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Discussion in 'Waterfowl Hunting' started by Brsutton86, Mar 21, 2020.
Heard Huck's had adjusted hours doomers get the first hour to themselves. Then the elderly.
Just returned from the store, pulled in the garage and suddenly heard geese honking in the yard. Quickly walked out, looked up, and two big geese were making their way down the driveway at an altitude of less than 25'. No idea what kind they were, but it was still cool.
AND six more of them, just now, but much smaller! Pretty cool again! Heard them first, while I was simply taking a quick break on the back deck for a cup of hot tea, realizing they were in the bottom field (hear more now, four more, bigger but smaller than the first two...critters of all kinds everywhere this morning). The last two sets are heading west, toward the river, while the first two flying low earlier this morning were heading south.
They're back at it. Just saw five of the lighter colored small ones do a quick aerial maneuver north, either headed to the pond or river. Low altitude under 50', I am guessing the pond, but I am hearing other ones on the move elsewhere with different calls.
Cut em. Taxidermy season.
More btw around me right now than I've ever seen. Even have a few behind my house in the pond.
If you plant it, they will come....hopefully.
63 days y’all
Heard then saw around ten geese headed west toward the river yesterday. That was the first time in a while.
Hearing a vast many geese. Guessing they were geese and not ducks... sounded like geese... Going to see if they landed in the pond, instead of heading elsewhere.
Nothing in either pond. Guess they were heading toward one of the WMAs or near.
One of the subdivision developer's son-in-laws heard them too, confirming they were geese and many, but he did not see them, either. He mentioned that there are many ponds around here, and that the geese will hop around to them, but this was a good size of them, which I have not heard in many months. I am going to scout the WMAs this weekend, for it all.
I sincerely hope your husband is deaf. Bless that man.