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i was out driving around just checkin out places to hunt (scouting) and i was heading home and i decided to swing down by the river and jump shoot some duck. well as i was approching the river i notice a flock of geese with there wings lock and was landing... so i waited for them to land on the ground, then i parked my truck and belly crawled for about 30 yrds and thought that was to loud. so i laid straight out and started to roll LOL as funny as that may sound it actuly worked it was realy quite. i got about 35-40 yrs from a couple and the rest was fearther back and the close ones jumped and i poped up ( a litttle dizzy) and shot 3 times and i droped MY FIRST 2 GEESE OF THE SEASON......... I am so happy... :salude: i dident think i was gonna get any. :toofunny:
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Nice to get that first set out of the way..... :hammering:
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I will allways do anything to get a duck or goose. Sometimes I'll spot 1 single little duck like 50 yards away, and it'll take me like 20 minutes of s l o w l y crawling over. Usually it doesn't work, but i've got a couple doing that. Good Job.
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