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Geese are waterfowl of the family Anatidae. This group comprises the genera Anser (the grey geese) and Branta (the black geese). Chen, a genus comprising 'white geese', is sometimes used to refer to a group of species that are more commonly placed within Anser. Some other birds, mostly related to the shelducks, have "goose" as part of their names. More distantly related members of the family Anatidae are swans, most of which are larger than true geese, and ducks, which are smaller.
I am wanting to purchase a Remington 1187, camo, synthetic stock/forearm, short barrel if possible. However, synthetic edition is the only requirement.
I Turkey hunt and the shorter barrel is easier in the woods or blind. I can always swap the barrel if needed.
Winchester 101 Pigeon grade XTR Lightweight
12ga 3” , 27” barrels
Full set of Winchokes
Mfg 1985 and discontinued in 1987
Overall it’s been shot very little. Owner said possibly 3 boxes ( 75 rounds ) fired. It’s still nice and tight.
it only flaw is on the rear of the stock. Looks like a small...
Tough Morning goose hunting today.
Got setup early but not too early, wasn't trying to fight anyone for a spot and of there was someone there I would leave. It was empty, awesome!
I setup my decoys and get comfortable and start listening and then I hear a volley of fire, I'm talking 3 to 6...
Anybody going out this weekend? Im thinking of heading to one of the hunting access farms in the area? Are these spots crowded? Especially on the first day?
Any other opportunities on BLM land?
Sorry for the all the questions,
First year hunting waterfowl in oregon. Is it just me or are farmers and land owners not wanting people to hunt on their properties anymore. I have had two people out of several that allow me to hunt their propety.
I normall hunt public lands for upland game bird so maybe I'm asking the people...