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When Goose hunting, what chokes do you normally use? I've been watching a lot of the duck and hunting shows and wondering how everyone is shooting that far out unless they are using full chokes but from what I've been told, that is only for lead not steel shot. I use mod choke but the geese have to be right in my face within 15 yards to take them down. Also, what is the best ammo for geese. I've been using Kent #1 Thanks,

Believe it or not, most of the time I shoot the modified tube that came from the factory with my Benelli for geese with Rio BlueSteel shells. I prefer 3 inch 1 1/4 ounce or 3 1/2 inch in 1 3/8 number 2 or BB.

I thoroughly believe the key to killing geese at any distance is to shoot for the head, not the body. Remember, a Canada Goose's head is roughly the same size as a dove, so when you are shooting at passing geese forget about the body and lead the head as if you are pass shooting doves. Doing so will help you reduce non-lethal body hits, and make clean kills at greater distances.

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What would be the best way to locate public duck hunting land in Arkansas? I live in East TN. and have never been able to afford a full guided hunt over there. My wife and myself would like to try public land over there this season, this type of trip would better fit our bill. Thank You in advance.

A complete list of public hunting areas that allow waterfowl hunting can be found here: http://www.greenhead.net/public-hunting
Once you have narrowed the opportunities down to a couple of locations that you really want to investigate, you can find maps of each public hunting area here: http://www.arkansasoutdoorsonline.com/arkansas-wma-maps/
Each Wildlife Refuge and WMA has specific regulations, such as the hours you can hunt, the number of shells you can take, the size of the shot, limits on horsepower for outboard motors, and the bag limit. Be sure to make notes on the information in the first link above to make sure you are following the rules for the property you choose.

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My friends and I hunt an area that holds a lot of Canada geese and we have good success during the early part of the season but we have a hard time finishing geese at the end of the season. Any tips for finishing late season geese that get a lot of hunting pressure? - Michael V. - Pennsylvania

You should always have a calling and flagging plan when hunting with a big group, and this is especially true during the late season.  Designate one person to be the lead caller, and this person should be responsible for setting the tone, timing, and how aggressive the group should call.  The lead caller can also be in charge of flagging, since he should already be the one keeping his eyes on the birds at all times.  Having a calling and flagging plan and one person leading the strategy for the group will help keep the whole party focused on calling the birds they need to be called and reduce the chance that one or two people call too much, too little, or at the wrong times.  Create a calling and flagging plan and make sure the whole group is on board and you will put yourselves in a better position to finish late season birds.

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