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Discussion in 'Waterfowl Hunting' started by B.M. Barrelcooker, Feb 11, 2020.
Over 120 geese this year. I haven’t seen that many geese killed in all of my hunts combined.
This is low.....even for you guys.
I didnt talk to Mack, I talked to an older gentleman that I did not catch his name.
He was sitting at a table drinking coffee and we struck up a conversation. He asked me about hunting and what type of game I was chasing. I guess he recognized my Sitka camo. I asked about potential landowners that may allow hunting in the area. This was the name of the man (mack) he told me about.
LOL. How many have you killed this year?
You have a better chance of killing birds in Baghdad than you do on this farm in Bagdad... lol
None. There was only a little over 120 in the area and DH 13 killed them all. Hopefully next year will be better.
Well, I guess I picked the right guy to hunt with next year. Selling that Sitka gear cheap?
I wouldn’t want it even if it was cheap. Overpriced to begin with with!
If the winters around here don't get any colder then this one, then yes, I will be selling it cheap!
You are a lucky guy to have a friend like DH13. He must be the most prolific waterfowl hunter I have ever heard of. I assume his status and reputation is legendary in the area. I hope you and him have many successful days in the field.
He must be one hungry fella if he needs 120 plus geese to feed his family.
Reckon so. Be 200 if limits were higher.
Every single thing I hate about waterfowl hunting is illustrated in this thread.
Best way to get permission in the buffalo triangle is mingle with the breakfast crowd at Huck's across from Rural King. Don't wear Sitka gear, hat on backwards, or neck tats & your in.
Is Huck's a restuarant? I have never heard of Hucks. I assume it's a mom and pop type operation? I will look it up. I would assume it's a restaurant, if so 5 am open? It seems like most farmers are early risers. I will go check it out. You didnt specify which rural king, but I guess shelbyville would be the most obvious choice.
Thanks for the lead. I will wait and go after season closes since I have to work the next 2 mornings and Saturday is my next day off to hunt hunt. I dont want to use my last day of hunting to seek permission, those type activities can take place after the season closes.
No need to scout and ask permission. You’ll find out everything you’ll need too know right here on the good ol PUBLIC Forum.
What’s entertaining is the juvenile behavior displayed by grown men and the reason the heritage and gentleman aspect of the sport is no longer valued.