Out of all the water fowling we enjoy, goose hunting remains one of the most labor-extensive; there can be a lot of trial and errors involved alongside being able to use the best kind of decoys for the situation and concealing oneself. Many of the hunters before you have spent a small fortune on equipments and accessories; sure the techniques today are way better than those of the past but it has also become one of the most complicated and gear-oriented sport out there. Keep in mind that the weapon is only as good as the wielder. Sometimes, you only need to know a few tips and tricks.
- Small Decoys
whenever decoys are concerned, hunters automatically think that the bigger the decoy then the better it is. Hunters commonly use customs decoys or full-body decoys on the field. In truth, they’re quite unnecessary most of the time. The key is to spread them, a lot of the expert hunters have testified to higher hunting success all thanks to using smaller decoys.
- Less Calling is Better
manufacturers have sure put a lot of time into developing better goose calls, just about any goose can be attracted now. On the other hand, a number of goose hunting veterans have smashed records without ever using a goose call; goose call only come next to decoys and techniques.
- Simple Concealment
various goose hunters may have their differences on opinions and techniques, but everyone can agree on the fact that a hunter’s concealment is key to a successful hunt. When those geese end up not finishing the decoys, it’s not because that particular goose has something better to do it’s just that it can see you all the way there readjusting your blinds. Take note, you can see a goose then it can probably see you even better.