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Lakes with potential early season goose hunting

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I am not trying to start the a whole roost busting controversy. I have been scounting out the St. Michael Albertville area and am noticing that most fields are not picked yet, so come saturday water may be the best option. I have hunted pelican before with some success but are thier any other lakes that are open to public hunting in the area as well. Not lookin for soecifics, just ideas of other lakes in the area where one could hunt.

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I've seen folks hunt in the Southwest end of Buffalo, and Mink Somers. Green Mountain is another option. The Buffalo area is getting to be tough for hunting with all the development.

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You can hunt nearly any lake in wright county if you wanted, provided you are "x" amount of feet from a dwelling (I think 500ft, but you better double check) and not with-in city limits.

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