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    An area I normally hunt late season for geese (guelph/eramosa) recently passed sunday gun hunting. The way I understand it is there is no longer a late season for geese. I'm almost sure of this but figured I would ask here. Thanks

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    If there is Sunday hunting , then there is no winter hunt for Canada Geese. If this are just changed to Sunday hunting, ie. after the fall season ended, you might be able to hunt. To be sure, you might have to call Canadian Wildlife Service or you local MNR office.

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    Sucks doesn't it, we were fortunate to convince local council here to strike down Sunday hunting so we could maintain our late season hunt. OFAH was not to happy about it and tried to convince us and city council otherwise.

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    You can make some of the people happy some of the time.
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    The migratory bird regulations are bigger than Ontario or Canada, the US laws at minimum are also included. They limit the maximum number of hunting days allowed, local areas can have less but nobody can have more. Therefore when they open up Sunday hunting they have to drop the late season hunts, at least this is what was explained to me, why the complications around it.

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    I lost my last spring hunt couple years ago now, I do miss it, would take a couple days off work to go to that area, stay at a friends cottage and hunt, was like deer camp only in spring. I would gladly give up 6 days at the end of the fall hunt to have the spring hunt. That late in December I'm deer hunting. But than again it was always a hit or miss thing. If it was a good old winter than the birds were not there yet, but when they were it was fun.

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    It does suck! Hunted this spot for a long time. If the weather's warm it can mean triple digits over the week. It's almost on the boundary line as well. That's life I guess

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    Quote Originally Posted by kk1 View Post
    It does suck! Hunted this spot for a long time. If the weather's warm it can mean triple digits over the week. It's almost on the boundary line as well. That's life I guess
    Sounds like the field across from the curling club
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bandwagon View Post
    Sucks doesn't it, we were fortunate to convince local council here to strike down Sunday hunting so we could maintain our late season hunt. OFAH was not to happy about it and tried to convince us and city council otherwise.
    Sounds selfish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bandwagon View Post
    Sucks doesn't it, we were fortunate to convince local council here to strike down Sunday hunting so we could maintain our late season hunt. OFAH was not to happy about it and tried to convince us and city council otherwise.
    Nice of you to keep families from hunting together on weekends, most don't have the time to take holidays to hunt or pull their kids out of school but I am glad you are happy.

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