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Posted on Sun, Sep 01, 2013 14:32

How to hunt organic goose:  

Go to a park with a lake.  Take corn with you.  Feed the corn to the geese, along with with a sleeping pill mixed in.  Wait for a goose to fall asleep, put the unconscious goose in a pillowcase, and throw it in the trunk.  



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Posted on Fri, Sep 13, 2013 12:40

Hi Rmac

 

Wow wow wow.  I want you on my team!

PS  Have shotgun.  Will travel.  Have two decoys too.



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Posted on Fri, Sep 13, 2013 10:31

Quoting eric555:

sounds eazyer then going to the rice paddies and wateing for them during the season when it cold and wet with a heavy duty goose gun



Another place to hunt is in the flat open plains of the Midwest. 

 

 

Once the corn is picked there is always corn left on the ground.  Wild migrating geese will land to eat it. 

 

 

Trouble is there are so many corn fields that they don’t have to choose yours.  Also the fields are so big that even if they pick your field they may come in towards a place too far from you.  Maybe decoys would help. 

 

 

Edge of the unpicked corn is the best blind.  If all the corn is picked no place to hide. 

 

 

Lying flat on the ground seems to work, but then again it is already cold and that is colder.  Have to get up to shoot and that scares them. 

 

 

Have done it.  Did not get a goose.  Perhaps did not let them get in close enough. Used an ordinary 12 gauge. 

 

 

 

RMac

 



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Posted on Sat, Sep 07, 2013 21:00

Maybe if I dressed in a goose costume I could just walk up to one and grab it.



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Posted on Sat, Sep 07, 2013 19:00

not sure on imagenary birds been wanting to find a skeet range to find out my luck with moveing targets geese shouldn't be much troubble at the right range kinda like turkey just a matter of right place right time



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Posted on Sat, Sep 07, 2013 15:08

Hi Eric,

 

Yeah,, I not a good shot either.

What about a goose mobile?  Hitch a hundred geese together...attach a buggy...

I guess I'll need more sleeping pills.

Hey, how are you a taking out geese?  Fluffy has been a problem.

 

 



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Posted on Sat, Sep 07, 2013 10:05

sounds eazyer then going to the rice paddies and wateing for them during the season when it cold and wet with a heavy duty goose gun



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Posted on Wed, Sep 04, 2013 15:19

Dak,  Picking on your Yorkie.  Oh my.  My mother used to have a few geese.  The gander decided to pick on me, and every time he saw me he would charge me, flapping and hissing and then bite me!  One day I was carrying an empty paint bucket when he did that.  I was startled and swung the bucket at him for all I was worth, nearly knocking his head off.  I was sorry to have been so rough with him.  I imagine he had a dreadful headache.  He never, never bothered me again.



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Posted on Wed, Sep 04, 2013 12:27

Quoting MillionDollarBab:

Dak  Hey, maybe you're right.  I never thought of that.  Yes, yes.  Hire a bird hit man.  "I want you to take out Fluffy Two Wings.  He's bad for business."



Yes, those geese can be a pain in the A88.  I have 2 that stick around here, the others just fly in and out.  My dog (medium size Yorkie) would go down to the pond and chase one goose.  It was his favorite thing to do.  One day the goose turned on him and from that day on he doesn't go near it.  After that the goose got a big ego and started picking on my dog.  I caught the goose, gave him a talking to and ruffed him up a little.  We now have a understanding. :)  I'm a country boy so catching a wild Canadian goose doesn't bother me.  They will pick and flap their wings but really have no deadly mode of defense. :)  I did threaten to shoot it, but I have a big heart and a love for animals.  So things would have to get really bad before I do such. 



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Posted on Wed, Sep 04, 2013 08:24

Dak  Hey, maybe you're right.  I never thought of that.  Yes, yes.  Hire a bird hit man.  "I want you to take out Fluffy Two Wings.  He's bad for business."



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Posted on Tue, Sep 03, 2013 22:41

Quoting MillionDollarBab:

Hi Dave

 

I don't think it matters once in a while.  This is an imaginary bird anyway.



Do you imagine murdering a goose often? :-)  Perhaps the goose is just a symbol of a human that you dislike.  Time is up, otherwise you'll have to pay me extra.  Please get up and off the couch so that I may see the next patient.  :-)  Just poking fun at you MDB.  Just hire a hit-man. :-)



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Posted on Sun, Sep 01, 2013 21:04

Hi Dave

 

I don't think it matters once in a while.  This is an imaginary bird anyway.



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Posted on Sun, Sep 01, 2013 20:39

Quoting MillionDollarBab:

Hi Liv,

 

Well, good question.  I've never tried this.  

 

Here's my goose fantasy...  I have a goose.  Its head comes loose somehow.  I decide to dress it, by pulling out its feathers and removing its insides.  Uhm...outside.

 

At this point I'm in familiar territory.  I stuff the goose with prunes and roast it.  I saw this on a Julia Child video and tried it.  I didn't think stuffing it with prunes would taste good, but it did.  So did the goose.  


A goose is a very fatty bird.  If you are okay with that, then go for it.



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Posted on Sun, Sep 01, 2013 19:02

Hi Liv,

 

Well, good question.  I've never tried this.  

 

Here's my goose fantasy...  I have a goose.  Its head comes loose somehow.  I decide to dress it, by pulling out its feathers and removing its insides.  Uhm...outside.

 

At this point I'm in familiar territory.  I stuff the goose with prunes and roast it.  I saw this on a Julia Child video and tried it.  I didn't think stuffing it with prunes would taste good, but it did.  So did the goose.  



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Posted on Sun, Sep 01, 2013 18:10

And what do you do with the unconscious goose eventually?

 

Liv.



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