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Old 10-16-2017, 12:09 PM
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Our season starts Saturday... SO, What do y'all do with them after you kill them? Dump them in a ditch? Throw'em in your neighbors yard? What???? Cause I know these things ain't fit to eat
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Old 10-16-2017, 12:37 PM
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I love to eat goose!

Cut in strips and deep fry!!
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Old 10-16-2017, 01:43 PM
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I love to eat goose!

Cut in strips and deep fry!!
Seriously??? I've heard of making jerky out of them
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I had some Goose summer sausage out of Illinois that was damn good!
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that looks like a lot of time and effort
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I don't dine on it. Now a speck....yeah, you can't beat that. But any Canada I've tried didn't make it past a bite or 2. Maybe migrators eating in crop fields are different, but these golf course eaters around here ain't worth a chit
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Gooses are good in canada. Ive made a few edible here. But yours should taste good frank.
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Jerky and gumbo. Probably going to start a pot of gumbo tomorrow.
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Thinly sliced they make a dang good cheese steak sandwich.
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Old 10-24-2017, 09:13 PM
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The corn fields were cut over the weekend.. Sunday, I saw one flock circle low and slow but didn't commit... We'll be after them the next 3 days just for the phuck of it
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Morning or evenings better for geese hunting??? I honestly don't have a clue what i'm doing. I've got a half dozen Dakota full bodies and a dozen White Rock Wind sock with heads .. another guy is bringing his deks which I have no idea what they are
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Morning or evenings better for geese hunting??? I honestly don't have a clue what i'm doing. I've got a half dozen Dakota full bodies and a dozen White Rock Wind sock with heads .. another guy is bringing his deks which I have no idea what they are
I'd find somebody that's done it up there before to go with you. May open some more doors. But if not, staying hid is probably the biggest thing, and being exactly where they have been feeding, if they do ever start to feed in your fields. Good luck!
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I'd find somebody that's done it up there before to go with you. May open some more doors. But if not, staying hid is probably the biggest thing, and being exactly where they have been feeding, if they do ever start to feed in your fields. Good luck!
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I'd find somebody that's done it up there before to go with you. May open some more doors. But if not, staying hid is probably the biggest thing, and being exactly where they have been feeding, if they do ever start to feed in your fields. Good luck!
2 years ago while sitting in a deer stand on the north side of this same field, I watched more than 200 geese drop in to the field once it was cut. That's what got me motivated to try it this year.
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