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starter setup

Postby brohymn2 » Thu Oct 10, 2013 2:44 pm

hey guys

looking to start hunting honkers next fall, just waiting on a payout from veterans affairs and then im gonna get geared up for field shoots.

in terms of decoys im gonna go with sillouettesfrom big al, how many should i start with? im thinking bout getting 3-5 dozen

whats a good layout blind to get?

i already have a call and plan on practising throughout the winter

am i missing anything. ill be hunting out of edmonton ab.

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Re: starter setup

Postby Take em boys » Fri Oct 11, 2013 1:07 pm

A place to hunt, I really like FA blinds but here very good things about rogers goose buster and it depends on your area you hunt about how many decoys you will need my area I run 5.5 doz full bodies 1 dozen shells 2.5 dozen sleepers and 17 silos I don't always put that many out and sometimes I put more than that out just depends

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Re: starter setup

Postby dsm16428 » Sat Oct 12, 2013 1:18 pm

Hunting where you do, 5-8 dozen Big Al's Silos will be just about right. You'll be getting birds on the start of their migration and they should be that much easier to hunt than by the time they make it to the midwestern U.S. A nice low profile blind like the Tangle free Originator, the Rogers Goosebuster LP/LP XL or one of the FA blinds should work well too. Good luck and thank you for your service! :thumbsup:
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Re: starter setup

Postby cut_un » Sat Oct 12, 2013 7:30 pm

Only thing not mentioned is a flag....Sounds like you've been given good advice so no need to repeat :wink:
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