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IceHawk

Snow geese sightings migration info etc

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french_lake_kid

Saw a high flying flock of about 30 around noon 2day in fbo! cool site!

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Fish'n guy

Killed 3 juvies yesterday so there are a few around now, but the better numbers will be a week or two.

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GAP

Has anybody been seeing in any snow's in western mn

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pheasant maniac

I heard lastnight that snows are around the talcot area.

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GAP

There is snow's in MN we killed 10 over the weekend pass shooting around the wheaton area

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kato wall guy

fishin guy you should let me know when the large numbers of juvies come in. how much snow did you guys get yesterday.

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IceHawk

Well it looks like it is pretty much over for SD. Most of the birds have made there way into ND and Canada.

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carpshooterdeluxe

yep no birds left anywhere in sodak. grin.gif

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goblueM

I saw about 500 snow geese in the last 3 days around the Twin Cities... are they way farther east than usual this year, or what?

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kato wall guy

Not an expert but i was talking to some old timers around mankato and they said that they used to see alot of snows around here now they see hardly anythinng

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bluebill

my dad was the gun buyer for heters in waseca he said all him and his buddys only ever seen snows and blues canadians were rare i have a lot of photos with him and it was all snows until last fall i killed at least 1 every fall seen as many as a 1000 in a a fall down to 1 that was with a flock of canadians the last sunday of the duck season last year when i was hunting with luckycrank and french lake kid

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tealitup

Just thought I would let some people know - if you are in St. Cloud you might have a shot. Today, just North of Newport/Cottage Grove there were 5,000 snows on the Mississippi River.

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