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waterfowl specialist Snow Hunts?

Postby redman24 » Sat Mar 26, 2011 11:50 am

Has anyone used "waterfowl specialist" for spring snow hunts in missouri?
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Re: waterfowl specialist Snow Hunts?

Postby gooseman1 » Sun Mar 27, 2011 6:52 am

Yes, hunted with them for 5 years now, Scott is top notch! www.snowgoosespecialist.com Great lodging and food also!
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Re: waterfowl specialist Snow Hunts?

Postby duckdozer » Mon May 23, 2011 9:23 pm

Got into a little disagreement with him on Dakota Decoys Facebook page and he basically said that my money wasn't good enough for him. He also said that he likes to shoot geese out to 60 yds because of the challenge and that shooting them at 10 yds was boring to him. Do we need a little lesson in ethics, or maybe even public relations at that. He also told me that my attitude was what is ruining the sport because I said if their feet arent down and at 10 yds out don't shoot (we were talking about Canada's), if they aint going to do it let them go. I said this to someone suggesting that using a 10 ga for shooting those high flyers and call shy geese. There is no such thing if the geese are going to do it you could have tires out there. I have seen it done.

So if you are asking my opinion of whether or not to use him I would say no, on his website it says that he like to take the high shots, why the hell would you want to waste your ammo, at the risk of crippling unretrievable birds? There are others out there that are better and some of them used to work for Scott, wonder why they branched off on their own. I am not speaking for them just making an ASSumption.
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