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Thread: The calling was great, the shooting?

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    Default The calling was great, the shooting?

    I went out with someone new this morning for a goose hunt. The birds were there and we had birds coming in well to our calling. Then, it was one of those mornings when you just have troubles connecting. We did manage to shoot 2 geese and we'll be out again together soon.

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    We all have bent barrels once and awhile
    "Give a man a fish and he eats for a day, Teach a man to fish and he eats for the rest of his life"

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    It was still nice to work the birds in close and getting to know a new hunter.

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    I still get the same rush when they turn and commit, whether I connect or not. Im sure your guest will be hooked now!

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    Always nice to see the birds come in.... Congrats on the two birds, we all miss
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    Regardless of the connecting factor it sounds like a great hunt. I got to stand in a Walmart parking lot and watch birds fly over. I'd have much rather been trying to bag a few on such a nice evening.

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    I was happy to get a few videos of the birds coming in.

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    Nice video, I am noticing a lot more geese around this week.

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    great videos! thanks for posting

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    The video was taken with a Nikon Coolpix camera that I bought used for $40. Waterproof and can handle being dropped. It can also take underwater photos/videos

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