Snows

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2011/12/02 19:29:17 (permalink)

Snows

Sitting on stand yesterday and a huge flock of snows lifted from a field near by!
Has anyone else seen these?

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    SmMouthSeeker
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    RE: Snows 2011/12/02 20:16:45 (permalink)
    I'm not hunting geese anymore, but I have been seeing small numbers flying around Pyme & Shenango Reservoir. When ever the weather becomes colder, they'll start flying more. If you don't have a snow goose call with ya, go ahead and use a regular goose call, it sometimes works.
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    RE: Snows 2011/12/02 20:17:47 (permalink)
    John,
    You sure they were not Tundras? Ive been seeing quite a few up this way in the last 2 weeks.
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    RE: Snows 2011/12/02 21:12:34 (permalink)
    No Mike they were for sure snows. Hunted them in the rice fields in Texas when I lived there.
    First I,ve seen them in that number for many years. In NWPA.

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    RE: Snows 2011/12/03 11:08:20 (permalink)
    Every rifle season I see them passing thru and swans last year seen 2 double leg banded one's wit neck colers
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    RE: Snows 2011/12/04 14:21:06 (permalink)
    they were always a mile high and sound like a million puppies(?) yapping.


    LOL. That's for sure.
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