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It says that early goose closes on the 22, which is Saturday. So my ? is, can you still hunt sat. or not. Thx

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early goose runs Sept 1-22nd, so yes sir, you can hunt until sundown on Saturday.

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SWEET! thanx

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I wonder why they had it end on a Saturday as opposed to Sunday?

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Ya I dont know that was partly why I was confused.

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I wonder why they had it end on a Saturday as opposed to Sunday?


I do believe it is based on the number of days that the feds allow the season to run, in this case 22.

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I wonder why they had it end on a Saturday as opposed to Sunday?


I do believe it is based on the number of days that the feds allow the season to run, in this case 22.


that would be correct

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