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Commonly Asked Questions

  1. What size shot do I need, and what size of shells?
  2. Do I need waders?
  3. Do we have time for breakfast in the morning?
  4. Can I bring my dog?
  5. Will we be hunting out of Eliminators or pits?
  6. What time of the year is best?
  7. Do you ever get skunked?
  8. How often do you shoot limits?
  9. Can I book a hunt if it is just me?
  10. What are the chances of shooting ducks?
  11. What time and where do we meet?

 

  1. What size shot do I need, and what size of shells? Allthough some of the new non-toxic shells such as Bismith, and Hevi-Shot have better balistics. I resomend 3" BB's. The birds that we shot are close, and can easily be brought down with 3" BB's.
  2. Do I need waders? No, you can bring them for extra warmth, but we are not hunting in flooded fields or ponds.
  3. Do we have time for breakfast in the morning? Not ussually
  4. Can I bring my dog? No
  5. Will we be hunting out of Eliminators or pits? If you have a preference please let us know. Otherwise about 70% of our hunts are from pits and 30% of our hunts are from Eliminators?
  6. What time of the year is best? Only God knows the answer to this question. We move around a lot and have access to over 100 fields in 5 counties. This allows us to move with the birds. The two conditions that affect us the most are fog all day, and an extend period of very cold weather. The best condtions are overcast and temperatures about 30 degrees, but to tell you the truth there are so many things that can affect a hunt that it is so hard to predict the "best" days.
  7. Do you ever get skunked? In the 2005-06 season I guided 47 days and never got skunked. Billy had about 35 days with 2 skunks, and Chad had about 40 days with 2 skunks. That equals about 3% of the time we get skunked, which is very low.
  8. How often do you shoot limits? I have never kept stats on how many geese we shoot, but on average our hunters take home about 3 geese apiece, and shoot limits about 60%-70% of the time.
  9. Can I book a hunt if it is just me? Yes, we will try to put you in with another group if we can. If not we will take you out by yourself.
  10. What are the chances of shooting ducks? About 5% of the time that we go out we get ducks. We focus in on the geese, but on occasion we will get ducks.
  11. What time and where do we meet? 5 am at the Shell station, unless I tell you otherwise. Directions to the shell station-click here

 

 

 

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