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Snow Goose Hunting Expect to experience lack of sleep, stack of decays and aggravation when doing snow goose hunting but you’ll eventually find success with patience. Yes it is true that the learning curve for hunting these kinds of creatures is much like hunting Mallards, still the journey might make you want to sell of your gear and sooner or later, give up. Doing training in the field is the best way to bridge this curve. Say for example that you are just a newbie for this activity, there are several things that you should get hold of. Say for instance that you only have a small spread, it is better that you leave enough space between decoys. So for example, spread at least a hundred decoys that look like 150 or even make them appear to be 50 by packing them tightly. Let the geese to work as close as possible if it show interests in one of the decoys before calling the shot. By doing so, it is going to help you to maximize your shot opportunities. You have to move decoys everyday to be able to complement the changing weather conditions and wind, something you must keep in mind. You’ll be in the wrong hunting spot if the decoys are left out for wrong wind condition. While hunting snow goose, call for small flocks that show the most interests. It’s noted as well that small flocks usually trigger bigger flocks in doing the same thing.
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Let the caller to set up the landing zone as the snow geese are going to focus on the sounds, which will then give you the chance to fire. You have to learn as well when to call the shot and do not let anyone call unless they sound like snow geese.
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You have to make the blinds disappear by keeping it well mudded and setting it up in areas of field with taller vegetation or low spots. Also, it is important to take control of the retriever, which has to be a bit behind you at all times. As much as possible, avoid standing around and wait for birds because it’ll make you be seen by geese before you see them. Thus, your odds of having a successful snow goose hunting will be decreased if you will stand around. If possible, hunt only on days where there is good wind. Keep in mind to position the blinds in spreads because the wind blows hard and cover up all shell boxes, blind bags and the likes. Snow goose hunting also has its ups and downs like for instance, you may go home with great rewards one day and none on the next.