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Early Season Honky's

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Hunter Lee and Myself have had a fairly successful early fall goose hunt. Some geese taken over water and others were harvested afield.

Hunterlee and Zoey in Negative Form

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Zoey posing with a daily limit for Hunterlee and I

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Hunterlee and I with 5 a five bird morning

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Sounds like you guys are having a good early season. My group has shot 45 birds but no bands yet so far. Can't wait until duck opener though smile.gif

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Matt it looks like you boys had some fun!! Keep it up!!! laugh.gif

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nice job

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