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Dang! another goose
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Contributors to this thread:
Paul@thefort 23-Jan-19
BigOk 23-Jan-19
Iowa_Archer 23-Jan-19
Scoot 23-Jan-19
Panther Bone 23-Jan-19
mattandersen 23-Jan-19
Paul@thefort 23-Jan-19
Hawkeye 23-Jan-19
Brotsky 23-Jan-19
'Ike' (Phone) 23-Jan-19
Paul@thefort 23-Jan-19
t-roy 23-Jan-19
MarkU 23-Jan-19
buzz mc 23-Jan-19
drycreek 23-Jan-19
Dirty D 23-Jan-19
JB 23-Jan-19
cnelk 23-Jan-19
elkmtngear 23-Jan-19
Wayniac 24-Jan-19
midwest 24-Jan-19
Paul@thefort 24-Jan-19
BOWNBIRDHNTR 24-Jan-19
From: Paul@thefort
23-Jan-19

Paul@thefort's embedded Photo
Single goose lands just outside of the decoys at 25 yards.
Paul@thefort's embedded Photo
Single goose lands just outside of the decoys at 25 yards.
Paul@thefort's embedded Photo
adjusted the single pin to 25 yards and arrow on its way. Wack. Chase is out after it.
Paul@thefort's embedded Photo
adjusted the single pin to 25 yards and arrow on its way. Wack. Chase is out after it.
Paul@thefort's embedded Photo
coming in with number goose 64
Paul@thefort's embedded Photo
coming in with number goose 64
Paul@thefort's embedded Photo
nice to be outside and not in the tent blind. Killled this goose the same time as yesterday, ie, 9 am Fun Stuff and I am home in 5 minutes.
Paul@thefort's embedded Photo
nice to be outside and not in the tent blind. Killled this goose the same time as yesterday, ie, 9 am Fun Stuff and I am home in 5 minutes.

From: BigOk
23-Jan-19
You make it look so easy. CONGRATS!!

From: Iowa_Archer
23-Jan-19
Awesome!

From: Scoot
23-Jan-19
WTG Paul!

23-Jan-19
Good for you, Paul! Those geese are like clockwork, aren't they? You can time them to within minutes on their feed routes.

From: mattandersen
23-Jan-19
Nice job! What do you do about your dog retrieving a downed bird if the arrow is stuck in it still? Do you call him off?

From: Paul@thefort
23-Jan-19
Yes, I do not send him but then after the arrow is out, I replant the goose for him to retrieve.

From: Hawkeye
23-Jan-19
Very cool! Congrats :)

From: Brotsky
23-Jan-19
Way to go Paul! Chase is sure piling up the jerky!

23-Jan-19
Paul, just slaying the Honkers... Love it!

From: Paul@thefort
23-Jan-19
Interesting, this time of the year, ie, mid Jan into feb. I usually get singles coming in, ie, looking for a lost mate. I had two other flocks of 10-12 birds fly right over but went elsewhere. If I can kill one a day or so, that does make a good day. Will be back out in the morning around 8 am, they starting flying around 8:15 to 8:30 depending on the weather. I stay until 10 am. This moring, 22 degrees, light wind, partly cloudy. Great morning to be hunting but then what morning is not! my best, Paul

From: t-roy
23-Jan-19
“I usually get singles coming in, ie, looking for a lost mate.”

I’m thinking you might have something to do with this phenomenon, Paul! ;-)

Keep up the good work!

From: MarkU
23-Jan-19
“I usually get singles coming in, ie, looking for a lost mate.”

I used to be a bartender years ago. Saw a lot of that.

Paul, do you ever make pastrami with the goose breasts?

From: buzz mc
23-Jan-19
Great stuff Paul. I'm glad to see the geese are still cooperating

From: drycreek
23-Jan-19
Good job Paul ! And let's not forget Chase.....

From: Dirty D
23-Jan-19
Sweet!

From: JB
23-Jan-19
Thumbs up on another goose. You two know how to get it done!!

From: cnelk
23-Jan-19
Paul - you should start looking for bands on their legs before shooting! Give em a chance! :@)

From: elkmtngear
23-Jan-19
The Killer team, Paul and Chase!

From: Wayniac
24-Jan-19
Nice!

From: midwest
24-Jan-19
BHD!

Big Honker Down!

24-Jan-19
You do make that look too easy! Congratulations.

From: Paul@thefort
24-Jan-19
Yey guys , just a good warm up for turkey season. Thanks for the notes. my best, Paul

Snowing this morning so I will stay home and try tomorrow. P

From: BOWNBIRDHNTR
24-Jan-19
What T-roy said...You may be their reason for looking! Really enjoy those pics of Chase doing what he loves!!

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