I'm going goose hunting tomorrow. I will be hunting one of my favorite corn fields but like most days I hunt I don't have the luxury of hunting where the birds have been using. I am semi under the flyway. There are a couple major flyways. The major one skirts my spread by about a mile. The second one comes right over my field but the birds are high. Both flyways lead to the same field. I will be taking a guy with me tommorow who does a bit of waterfowl hunting but mostly for ducks. His neighbor gave him his hole snow goose spread made up of sillosocks the other day cause he doesn't hunt anymore and didn't need them. Should I put out my 70 Canadian decoys and try to traffic geese with only them or should I put out a crap load of these snow goose decoys and try to get there attention and pull them my way. There are a ton of Canadians in the area and a few snows but not nearly as many. I will be targeting the Canadians but any unfortunate snows that float in are toast. Will the Canadians flair at the snows or will they help?
Question by Ncarl. Uploaded on January 02, 2013