IMO, if I had no where else in the state to go resident goose hunting and I was absolutely dyeing to go hunting, I might consider to go there or if I lived right down the road from there I might try it but honestly the way it is set up for geese, it takes no longer than a hunt or two and the birds get up and set out in the river or head on over to Jamestown and Williamsburg. Its just too much sky bustin and hunters setting up on top of each other to do any real productive hunts. The day we went, I had two layouts 150 silos, 3 dozen shells decoys, 2 decoy sleds; (a decent rig) and some hunters had not a decoy and were going to pass shoot the geese as they flew over(which is fine if you know the effective range of a shotgun and the distance of a goose flying at 50 miles an hour). They could do a little bit better and put it on just like the duck hunts(draw for blinds) and it would be better for all hunters.
We're not down here in the blind playing baby house!