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Today at the farm the kid I was milking with told me there were geese feeding on the farm right beside one we have permission to hunt. Upon further questioning I found out these geese were only 20 yards of the property we can hunt. The only thing that seperates the properties is some tall grass/briar bushes. He said there were around 50 geese. How hard do you think it will be to get them to land on the other side of that fence row? Do you think a larger number of decoys would increase the odds of getting them to land on our side? We have over 150 decoys so we could go big if needed. Thanks for any advice.
 

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Wouldn't hurt it shouldn't be to hard to get them over. Depends if your tryin to pull them from corn to grass or not
 

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Go big since its technically a traffic hunt, make the geese think the flock swapped fields for the day.
 

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It also depends if there gonna fly over you to get to the x field... if they don't have to fly over you to get there you probably have no Chance... but I'd go big spread either way cuz its a traffic hunt
 
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