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Hi Guys,

As title could do with some advice.

Me and my shooting buddy have been asked to clear some Canada geese that are being a problem.

We normally shoot pigeons, crows, etc so don't know a lot about geese.

They are using a body of water and creating a lot of mess in areas used by people. Though this area is private not public.

I know we can't use lead and the general license terms.

What is the best time of day and tactics to get to them?

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go an watch them coming in to feed and thats the best spot to take them out.and 2 hours before dark for there last feed.i like the morning flights make sure you stay still in the hide wait till the last second before you shoot.good luck bud

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go an watch them coming in to feed and thats the best spot to take them out.and 2 hours before dark for there last feed.i like the morning flights make sure you stay still in the hide wait till the last second before you shoot.good luck bud

go an watch them coming in to feed and thats the best spot to take them out.and 2 hours before dark for there last feed.i like the morning flights make sure you stay still in the hide wait till the last second before you shoot.good luck bud.pm me your number if you want a chat

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yes you can we use them mix them in with your decoys i put a y shape stick about 2 ft to hold there heads up face in differant direction.sticks cut from hedges are spot on.also dont put a sentry at the back they go to the sides and front.hope it helps you bud

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I thought wildfowling was about small bags.

 

It is. What your talking about is pest control and goose shooting

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Canadas are a little different to other geese, most are used to people and are not as easily spooked. Not as good to eat either

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All this is starting to get me interested in wildfowling. Been talking to KWCA. Looks like I'll be joining :)

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Leslie, I like your advice and you helpful attitude.

Thank you buddy.

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