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    Mixing snows in your spread?

     
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    docdavej
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    PostPosted: Wed Jan 28, 2015 8:49 PM    Post subject: Mixing snows in your spread? Reply with quote

    I've read a few articles suggesting that adding a handful of snow's to your spread, (of dark geese), can add realism. Just curious what anyones thoughts on this are. I've seen snow's mixed in with Canadian's before but only a couple times and only out east, (Ft Morgan, Orchard). I don't normally hunt snows so I wouldn't bring it up but I've seen some killer deals in the past and figured it may be a cheap way to add to my numbers.
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    PostPosted: Wed Jan 28, 2015 10:57 PM    Post subject: Re: Mixing snows in your spread? Reply with quote

    docdavej wrote:
    I've read a few articles suggesting that adding a handful of snow's to your spread, (of dark geese), can add realism. Just curious what anyones thoughts on this are. I've seen snow's mixed in with Canadian's before but only a couple times and only out east, (Ft Morgan, Orchard). I don't normally hunt snows so I wouldn't bring it up but I've seen some killer deals in the past and figured it may be a cheap way to add to my numbers.


    It works on big flocks of lessers but I have had them flare off them too. If you are hunting big river honkers, don't use snows. It does help decoying some of the small groups of snows so pick your poison. If there are lots of snows in the area, you should be fine, otherewise don't use them.
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