Whether it be a Canada goose locked up in your face, a snow goose slowly working it’s way down, or a specklebelly barrel rolling into your spread, goose hunting is a blast. They’re big birds that present a great challenge.
El Nino…..what else is there to say that sums up the 2015-2016 waterfowl season? We’ve never worked harder, covered more miles, or shot more birds than we did this past year. Here’s a short peak into our season.
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Big skies and big geese in the final episode of The X for Realtree Outdoors!
There are many scenic settings in goose hunting, but the badlands are right up there with the best of them. On this episode of Hard Core Waterfowl TV, the guys are chasing geese among the river valleys and badlands of eastern Montana. Concealment is always a big part of a successful waterfowl hunt and the challenge on this day was trying to hide in a winter wheat field. Rather than setup in the middle of the field with nothing to break up the blinds, they setup on the edge of a field lane and used the sun to their advantage on approaching geese. Being just off where the geese wanted to be in the field can be big detriment to a hunt as they land in other parts of the field, but in this hunt it ended up being to their advantage.