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Goose S.W.A.T.

Erika saw them from the truck. Three geese in a wide open clover field. Not at all concerned that the season opened the day before. Mosquitoes swarmed veraciously biting man and dog. Jim and I belly crawled down the trail. A doe and two fawns noticed us but kept eating. Safe for now. The geese … Continue reading

Good Morning from the Goose Blind

Good morning from Lake St. Clair. Zeus, Mike and I launched from South River Rd. this morning. We set about 12 goose decoys, sat back and enjoyed the view. The lake is packed with waterfowl. Mallards, black ducks, teal, divers and geese constantly traded from the canals to the big water all morning. We didn’t … Continue reading

Pass Shooting Geese and Casting Top-Water for Bass

Overnight temps are dipping into the 40’s. Primetime TV is filled with football. Hunting season is officially here. Zeus, my dad and I chased geese in nothern Michigan this past weekend. Crops are up keeping the birds from working the fields. So we took the opporutnity to pass shoot local birds as they left the roost and headed to morning feeding spots. The sun quickly rose as woods … Continue reading

Get Your Boat Ready for Duck Season (Part Two)

The boat turned out better then I expected. Investing all those hours and money will completely pay off when the first birds of the season fall on opening morning. After reading these two posts, I hope you can save some time and money to convert your 16 foot Lowe fishing boat into a waterfowl hunting machine. This post, part two, focuses mainly … Continue reading

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