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Seasons?

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Just wondering if anyone knows when early goose starts this year.

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sept 1st

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where did you find that...i couldnt find anything about the early goose season on the dnr's website

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theres a countdown going on another web site, 25 days and counting down quick!!! cool.gif

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I can't find anything on the DNR website either, I have an email in to the DNR and will report back when they answer. Seasons and limits should be out at least.

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I just got a reply from the DNR. here is the response:

"It will be Sept 1st thru Sept 22nd. " he did not give me any info on limits, but I would assume it is still 5 geese per day.

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I'm guessing 1/2 hour before sunup, and 1/2 hour after sundown. All it says in the booklet is "early goose sept/1" I wish the waterfowl booklet came out sooner. I can't wait for the season.

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the press release stating seasons and limits was issued today. theres another thread with the posting.

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