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SD Early Goose Opener

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Anybody end up getting out for the goose opener here in SD?

We made it out and had a great time. Lots of geese in the northern part of the state and some pretty good concentrations in the central part as well. Heres some pics!

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Last day solo mission. 4 shots 5 geese 10 minutes

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Looks like your going to be in the "jerky" business ha!? Nice shooting there, just wish I was there to contribute.

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Ouch! It is hard for me to look at those pics. I was back in MN at my sisters wedding frown.gif. While I was gone, my buds killed a limit of 20 on Saturday morning, then got the shaft only killing two on Sunday.

This weekend is my opener! Can't wait!

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Thanks guys! Wish you coulda been here it was a fun time! I had some buddies that had things to do this weekend too so don't feel bad. The ol dehydrator is gonna be doin some overtime this week! lol! grin.gif

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