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22 more days, and I am ready!!!

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Its almost time for early goose!! I am starting to see some local flocks flying around and feeding. Just the other night we saw about forty of geese on the rainy river, and downstream towards baudette a buddy saw even more. I can't wait, I think it will be a good year! grin.gif

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When does early goose open, 9/1 or on Sat 9/2?

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Early season opens Saturday September 2nd.

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can't even wait...we're totally ready to go at this point which is unusual...usually have some kind of project we're working on.

Still securing some new fields though.

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now my dilemma is should i hunt geese or doves???

darn it considering you cant have lead shot in possession if you are hunting geese ??? or am i wrong

i couldnt hunt doves then just start hunting geese??

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You can't have lead in posession when waterfowl hunting. It may be a little more spendy but why not shoot doves with steel?

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