As Mallardpin said get a guide. I have spent thousands of hours and dollars, and vacation time, to find spots to hunt, and learn how to hunt those spots. I have seen been to some areas and wondered why everyone showed up this weekend, and I looked on some of these forums, and sure enough someone has posted about the area. 10Tenner
I was told about a couple areas... no, I won't say where. This is as ridiculous as asking somebody to name GPS coordinates for a meadow they shot a trophy big game animal in... its just not something folks are going to give right up because more than likely, they spent a lot of time finding that "good" area. I think you'll have a hard time convincing anyone to give up a good goose spot here in Utah... especially on an open forum like this... I do agree that most of your consistently good areas will probably be out of state but there are a few gems left here and there. :wink:
The last time I played that course with my wife it took us two hours to clean all the goose crap off our golf carts, bags, and shoes. :x My wife hit a snake raper of the 5th tee on the par three course and just about took one out. I think I also counted 10 or 12 bands that night. :shock:
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