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what do you guys like to start geese when theyre at about 100-150 yards?
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At that distance, I'm giving them clucks and double clucks.
Causing permenant flight delays
Callin' 'em in and knockin' 'em down
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honks and clucks, just keep it simple brother, you dont want to show them everything you got
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a flag :cool:
and then some loud clucks, slow and methodical
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flag for sure with a few honks and clucks if they seem like they are veering off course.
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Same as above, I like to throw in an soft train or two as well.
Pile 'em up
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tealslayerblw wrote:what do you guys like to start geese when theyre at about 100-150 yards?
If they suprise me, I will break out of a murmur then go into a high pitched/excited sequence on my LM-1...
... Read the birds, this will tell you what to say!
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Flag then about 5 ta 6 clucks heavy on the murmer then enjoy the show. If that aint working you gotta whatch what their showing ya and adjust but not to much at once thats what gets um smart.
STICK AND STAY MAKE THEM PAY
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