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Top Ten Things to Do in the Goose Pit

January 10, 2012
Top Ten Things to Do in the Goose Pit - 36

Have you ever jumped out of bed at the crack of 3 a.m. to make 100% sure you were early enough to set decoys and hop in the pit, before the birds flew, only to have them start the day’s flight at 4 p.m. as you sat all day impatiently waiting? I have, many times, because it seems the birds finally fly at the exact moment that I decide to jump out of the pit to go grab a bite or something.

Remember the episode in Season One where we had the bet between pits of who would shoot the most geese? This is exactly what happened that day. We woke up super early, set up the decoys and waited… and waited… until around 4 p.m. We had some half-frozen Diet Mountain Dew, three frozen waters, and one two-year-old nut roll to split between six guys. Tough day!

The big question is what do you do during those long, cold hours of waiting? Typically, food is scarce, so you're hungry. Beverages are gone way before you realize how long of a day it's going to be. And the only entertainment is prying mud clumps off the side of the pit with a corn stalk or carving your name into the dirt with a stick. But then what? There’s not much entertainment packed into a goose pit that's in the middle of a winter wheat field. Trust me. At least not the ones we hunt out of. So, what do you do when you’re stuck in the middle of a dirt field or water hole waiting, and waiting for the birds to finally fly? I'm sure you've thought of, or have done some crazy things! Talk to me goose…

Here’s mine: With no birds in the air... As soon as your buddy dozes off, scream, “TAKE ‘EM”, and start blastin’! It gets 'em every time!

Write your funniest ideas in the comments section for the chance to win an ASAP Survival Gear Pack. Last week’s Winner

Congrats alwaysWRIGHT, and good stuff everyone! I love reading what you all have to say!

Top Ten Creatures You Hope To Stumble Across in 2012

10.) from Matt Eckholm: I know it wont happen in 2012 but one day I would like to see a viking with a superbowl ring

9.) from cjohnsrud: Turducken!! Then maybe Benny and John Madden will come over for dinner.

8.) from Monty Shorter: If we are talking mythical creatures or things that never happen, a good looking stripper at the Hop, a gun that never misses, Benny Spies buying drinks. Happy New Year everyone.

7.) from floridahunter: A three-legged deaf and blind eight-pointer

6.) from captjim: I'd like to encounter an alien from outer-space while coon hunting. I'm due a rectal exam and I'm sure it would be much better than Obamacare.

5.) from Deadeye.remington742: the bulletproof muskrat that was living in my pond last year that I somehow missed three times with my 357 mag...

4.) from Hotwheels: I'd like to see a buck on the ground with antlers that look every bit as big as (or bigger than) they did through the scope.

3.) from SKCUSATEP: I've been looking for one of these for a while now and I'm hoping that 2012 is the year. I really really want to find me a Benny Spies that can hit the broadside of a barn! Can anyone give me some tips?

2.) from captjim: Bigfoots wife. I'd shoot a few "semi-tastfull" photos and upload them to hairy women dot com for all to enjoy.

1.) from alwaysWRIGHT: Jabba the hut, it's better than running into my mother in law!

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from jhartwig24 wrote 2 years 26 weeks ago

Another thing we do on the really really cold miserable days when the action is dull is to play football, but instead of having a football, we use empty shotgun shells. They are alot harder to throw accurately and far, so it makes it fun! It also keeps you warm!

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from jhartwig24 wrote 2 years 26 weeks ago

When we are hunting the long cold days in the goose pit and we have a delay in the action, my grandpa's newphew will ALWAYS start saying his favorite little rhyme. It actually more time than not, will get the birds to start flying again! I don't know how he does it, but it does work! Here is the rhyme:
Little Birdy with a yellow beak
Came and sat upon my window seat.
I coaxed him in with some crumbs of bread
and then I smashed his #*@$!&# head.

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from Cidney Spalding wrote 2 years 26 weeks ago

Wait patiently until one (unlucky) person falls victim to the sandman. Let them get a good snore going then get your buddies( if you have any other friends) attention, of course by using random sign language and awkward body movements. After everyone's on the same page, get up and start yelling. Shake things up a bit by knocking over inexpensive objects and act like you're trying to escape. Once your sleeping beauty friend is awake, watch them panic and jump out of the pit, running from a whole lot of nothing...that's neat.

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from captjim wrote 2 years 26 weeks ago

Play strip poker with the girlfriend. Unfortunately it's so cold you can win all day and she still has clothes on. Don't ya hate when that happens.

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from BubbaK wrote 2 years 26 weeks ago

And when you DO get a bird, call them back and let them know you got it, then ask them how work is going! Then laugh hysterically as you hang up on 'em after telling them you'll be sure to let them know how the trip went!

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from BubbaK wrote 2 years 26 weeks ago

Call your buddies who are at work, tell them you haven't seen any geese, that it's cold, you're hungry, thirsty, and tired, and that you wouldn't trade one second of your time there for a full day at work!

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from Drew Stieben wrote 2 years 26 weeks ago

If you smoke it, they will come!

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from Monty Shorter wrote 2 years 26 weeks ago

Watch gun it with Benny Spies on my SmartPhone.

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from Casey Walker wrote 2 years 26 weeks ago

With the lack of snow and cold up in the Dakotas our routine goes like this. 6 am arrive at pit set up decoys. 6:45 brew first pot of coffee. 7 am discuss if decoys are set right. 7:05 readjust decoys. 7:10 yank coffee pot off stove because it is boiling over. Watch sun coming up until 8. 8 am watch geese leave roast and fly south of river. (opposite direction of our pit) 9 am cook breakfast. 9:45 Buddy runs 300 yards to his "tree" to do his business. (you can set your grandpa's best time piece by it). 10 am text buddies down the river to see if they have shot anything knowing the answer. Surf web on your phone tell battery dies. From 11 to 3 cuss lack of cold weather and snow for lack of geese. 4 pm pick up decoys as 3 flocks of geese circle our field right at dark. Head to the cabin have a steak and a few adult beverages and repeat the next day. We have had so much idle time this season that nobody falls for the usual gags.

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from Buckshott00 wrote 2 years 26 weeks ago

Put on a puppet show with the decoys, This week on Masterpiece Goose-Pit Theatre: Goose meets Gander

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from Russ Behlings wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

Drink more grain belt!! Cause ya know "every time you drink a grain belt and toss da bottle in da air it comes back as a gooose" to be said with a minnesotan accent.

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from alwaysWRIGHT wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

Thanks Benny I will put that pack to good use! as for the duck blind I would would wait for my buddy to fall asleep then take his car keys and pack up my stuff and watch his reaction to being "left behind"

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from Andy Hahn wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

Reprogram the electronic snow goose caller to play the Grateful Dead.

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from Andy Hahn wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

True story from Maryland’s Eastern Shore: Based on the aroma of his farts and belches, try to determine exactly what Jake (the yellow Lab) has been eating out of the garbage can. Prolonged hang time in the confines of a pit blind allows for detailed olfactory analysis.

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from DSMbirddog wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

Count your toes and fingers as the turn white then black from frostbite.

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from HossPrime wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

About 15 years or so ago I had my first goose hunting experience, I was about 14 or 15 years old at the time if I recall correctly. I started the morning out by laying on the electric fence in the field we were hunting GOOD MORNING! Later that day not wanting to urinate where I was laying I walked down the fence row a bit... and forgot the fence was electrified... YIKES... I'll never forget my first time (goose hunting AND wizzing on the electric fence!)

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from Matt Hummel wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

Well depends if my beautiful GF is along, if she is then "Goose Porn" it is! :) ha

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from JM wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

Three years ago me and a friend went goose hunting on the Missouri River. It was the first time I had ever attempted to shoot something flying through the air - needless to say I didnt kill a single bird. Two years ago he asked me if I wanted to come back and give it a second try. What he didnt know was that I practiced shooting clays during the off season. I knew that at some point during the day he would fall asleep, so I purchased a box of 12 gauge blanks on my way out there. Luckily for me it was a slow morning and he was fast asleep. I unloaded his gun and reloaded it with the blanks I purchased. Once he woke up I made a $20 bet with him that I could kill a bird before he did - he fell for it, and even had the nerve to make a joke that if I wanted him to he would use a .22 to even the odds. About an hour later some geese flew over head and I magaged to kill one - despite missing twice. He emptied his gun on the geese as they flew by us without hitting one. Luckily the adrenaline got to him and he didnt notice the lack of kick - to this day he doesnt know what I did =].

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from Gerald Cook wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

I like to play the Blame Game: I blame my 12-year-old son for the binocs I forgot at home, the coffee thermos I forgot in my truck, and the calls I lost somewhere in-between. Repeat the process as boredom requires. He'll appreciate it some day.

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from JM wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

Play a game of Duck, Duck, Goose!

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from carvedecoy wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

Laugh at your buddy crappin in a bucket then falin of it when he tries to get up. Gross, hilarious but true!

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from Fishman24 wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

You and your buddy each buy monster truck remote control cars and spray paint them camo. When nothings happening, turn them on and let them rip around in the field. It's fun and makes the time fly. Plus you can stop them at a moments notice just in case something really does fly by.

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from BubbaK wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

Well, if it's anything like when I'm on a deer stand, I would doze off until I woke myself up snoring, look off into the distance in time to see the geese I scared flying off, grumble about forgetting my thermos and lunch (again), and come close to falling out of the pit (?) when I finally stood up to leave. Did I mention startling a bird or two on my walk out and seeing more birds on the drive home then I saw all day?? lol...

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from Johnnie wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

Offer your buddies your handloaded shotgun shells. Thing is don't put any shot in the shells. You could put some confetti in the shells, oatmeal, or leave them empty. They probably will notice the weight difference, but just tell them its a new fangled shot that is lighter than norm.
Put the trick loads and the good loads all in one box. Top row trick shells, next row regular shells, so on, so forth.
Just picture the look on your buddy's face when confetti comes shooting out of his barrel.
If, you could leave them empty; you'll be dropping birds and they won't. Just tell 'em "Geez, you're a bad shot with those shells. They work just fine for me."

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from bigcat wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

Wait for first person to fall asleep, place old motel card key and pair thong underwear in pocket.

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from grantorrin wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

We have a mannequin head that my sister got in hair school. The hair is all chopped up and someone drew big alien eyes on it a long time ago. When things get slow in the goose pit, I sneak it out of my pack, lay it on the ground face up and put some loose dirt over it. Then I nudge my buddy and say, "What on earth do you think that is?" He'll brush the dirt off and get a surprise he won't soon forget. Hearing grown men scream never gets old. I've found that the dummy head works really well for slow ice fishing days, too.

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from Johnnie wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

When your buddy dozes off empty the shells out of his gun. Put his gun back in the same spot you found it in.
Would be funny if he has a pump shotgun. You could watch him shucking shells that don't exist.

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from Johnnie wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

Bring your wife or girlfriend along and give them a 'goose' while waiting for the birds to fly in. That should help the time go by.

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from ishipley wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

I have never been in a duck blind, but, I have watched Benny. So, I assume the main thing you do is make up excuses.

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from ishipley wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

keep the beer from freezing

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from saul102294 wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

Pop your head up, take a long deep breath....look all around you; friends in pit, dog, guns, decoy set, land, sky, etc....for someday this may all be taken and gone from us. Savor it while you can.

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from CrazyWalsh81 wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

You know how on a blue bird day like that you always see birds right as or right after you pack up to leave. Pull the fake pack up and leave. Stand up stretch and say loudly, "Well time to leave no birds around here" and everyone else needs to follow suit. Empty your guns, make some noise of packing bags, send someone off to get the truck, or actually leave. Then reload sit and wait 5 minutes, Birds will appear(I swear). 40% of the time it works all the time.

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from captjim wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

Well done always WRIGHT! Your going to love the survival gear pack, lots of cool stuff.

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from Augustheat wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

I generally kick my pee bottle over at least twice...and once I even sharted in my waders while jumping up to shoot... definitely a way to pass the time until the honkers come back through Hooper's...

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from Buckshott00 wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

sometimes I like to bring my girlfriend along, that way if things get slow, I let her "hold my gun"

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from trapper vic wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

nap till dawn, drink coffee till 10, crawl out for pee break at 11, lunch over the charcoal bucket around noon, nap till 3, rumage gun bag for snacks 3:30, finish cold coffee, gather up to leave around 4:30, wave at the last flight of mile high geese and head for home.

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from JM wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

Play a game of Duck, Duck, Goose!

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from CrazyWalsh81 wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

You know how on a blue bird day like that you always see birds right as or right after you pack up to leave. Pull the fake pack up and leave. Stand up stretch and say loudly, "Well time to leave no birds around here" and everyone else needs to follow suit. Empty your guns, make some noise of packing bags, send someone off to get the truck, or actually leave. Then reload sit and wait 5 minutes, Birds will appear(I swear). 40% of the time it works all the time.

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from Augustheat wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

I generally kick my pee bottle over at least twice...and once I even sharted in my waders while jumping up to shoot... definitely a way to pass the time until the honkers come back through Hooper's...

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from saul102294 wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

Pop your head up, take a long deep breath....look all around you; friends in pit, dog, guns, decoy set, land, sky, etc....for someday this may all be taken and gone from us. Savor it while you can.

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from Johnnie wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

When your buddy dozes off empty the shells out of his gun. Put his gun back in the same spot you found it in.
Would be funny if he has a pump shotgun. You could watch him shucking shells that don't exist.

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from grantorrin wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

We have a mannequin head that my sister got in hair school. The hair is all chopped up and someone drew big alien eyes on it a long time ago. When things get slow in the goose pit, I sneak it out of my pack, lay it on the ground face up and put some loose dirt over it. Then I nudge my buddy and say, "What on earth do you think that is?" He'll brush the dirt off and get a surprise he won't soon forget. Hearing grown men scream never gets old. I've found that the dummy head works really well for slow ice fishing days, too.

+1 Good Comment? | | Report
from DSMbirddog wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

Count your toes and fingers as the turn white then black from frostbite.

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from Russ Behlings wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

Drink more grain belt!! Cause ya know "every time you drink a grain belt and toss da bottle in da air it comes back as a gooose" to be said with a minnesotan accent.

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from captjim wrote 2 years 26 weeks ago

Play strip poker with the girlfriend. Unfortunately it's so cold you can win all day and she still has clothes on. Don't ya hate when that happens.

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from Cidney Spalding wrote 2 years 26 weeks ago

Wait patiently until one (unlucky) person falls victim to the sandman. Let them get a good snore going then get your buddies( if you have any other friends) attention, of course by using random sign language and awkward body movements. After everyone's on the same page, get up and start yelling. Shake things up a bit by knocking over inexpensive objects and act like you're trying to escape. Once your sleeping beauty friend is awake, watch them panic and jump out of the pit, running from a whole lot of nothing...that's neat.

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from Buckshott00 wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

sometimes I like to bring my girlfriend along, that way if things get slow, I let her "hold my gun"

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from captjim wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

Well done always WRIGHT! Your going to love the survival gear pack, lots of cool stuff.

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from ishipley wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

keep the beer from freezing

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from Johnnie wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

Bring your wife or girlfriend along and give them a 'goose' while waiting for the birds to fly in. That should help the time go by.

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from bigcat wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

Wait for first person to fall asleep, place old motel card key and pair thong underwear in pocket.

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from BubbaK wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

Well, if it's anything like when I'm on a deer stand, I would doze off until I woke myself up snoring, look off into the distance in time to see the geese I scared flying off, grumble about forgetting my thermos and lunch (again), and come close to falling out of the pit (?) when I finally stood up to leave. Did I mention startling a bird or two on my walk out and seeing more birds on the drive home then I saw all day?? lol...

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from Fishman24 wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

You and your buddy each buy monster truck remote control cars and spray paint them camo. When nothings happening, turn them on and let them rip around in the field. It's fun and makes the time fly. Plus you can stop them at a moments notice just in case something really does fly by.

0 Good Comment? | | Report
from carvedecoy wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

Laugh at your buddy crappin in a bucket then falin of it when he tries to get up. Gross, hilarious but true!

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from Gerald Cook wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

I like to play the Blame Game: I blame my 12-year-old son for the binocs I forgot at home, the coffee thermos I forgot in my truck, and the calls I lost somewhere in-between. Repeat the process as boredom requires. He'll appreciate it some day.

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from JM wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

Three years ago me and a friend went goose hunting on the Missouri River. It was the first time I had ever attempted to shoot something flying through the air - needless to say I didnt kill a single bird. Two years ago he asked me if I wanted to come back and give it a second try. What he didnt know was that I practiced shooting clays during the off season. I knew that at some point during the day he would fall asleep, so I purchased a box of 12 gauge blanks on my way out there. Luckily for me it was a slow morning and he was fast asleep. I unloaded his gun and reloaded it with the blanks I purchased. Once he woke up I made a $20 bet with him that I could kill a bird before he did - he fell for it, and even had the nerve to make a joke that if I wanted him to he would use a .22 to even the odds. About an hour later some geese flew over head and I magaged to kill one - despite missing twice. He emptied his gun on the geese as they flew by us without hitting one. Luckily the adrenaline got to him and he didnt notice the lack of kick - to this day he doesnt know what I did =].

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from Matt Hummel wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

Well depends if my beautiful GF is along, if she is then "Goose Porn" it is! :) ha

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from HossPrime wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

About 15 years or so ago I had my first goose hunting experience, I was about 14 or 15 years old at the time if I recall correctly. I started the morning out by laying on the electric fence in the field we were hunting GOOD MORNING! Later that day not wanting to urinate where I was laying I walked down the fence row a bit... and forgot the fence was electrified... YIKES... I'll never forget my first time (goose hunting AND wizzing on the electric fence!)

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from Andy Hahn wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

True story from Maryland’s Eastern Shore: Based on the aroma of his farts and belches, try to determine exactly what Jake (the yellow Lab) has been eating out of the garbage can. Prolonged hang time in the confines of a pit blind allows for detailed olfactory analysis.

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from Andy Hahn wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

Reprogram the electronic snow goose caller to play the Grateful Dead.

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from alwaysWRIGHT wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

Thanks Benny I will put that pack to good use! as for the duck blind I would would wait for my buddy to fall asleep then take his car keys and pack up my stuff and watch his reaction to being "left behind"

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from Buckshott00 wrote 2 years 26 weeks ago

Put on a puppet show with the decoys, This week on Masterpiece Goose-Pit Theatre: Goose meets Gander

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from Casey Walker wrote 2 years 26 weeks ago

With the lack of snow and cold up in the Dakotas our routine goes like this. 6 am arrive at pit set up decoys. 6:45 brew first pot of coffee. 7 am discuss if decoys are set right. 7:05 readjust decoys. 7:10 yank coffee pot off stove because it is boiling over. Watch sun coming up until 8. 8 am watch geese leave roast and fly south of river. (opposite direction of our pit) 9 am cook breakfast. 9:45 Buddy runs 300 yards to his "tree" to do his business. (you can set your grandpa's best time piece by it). 10 am text buddies down the river to see if they have shot anything knowing the answer. Surf web on your phone tell battery dies. From 11 to 3 cuss lack of cold weather and snow for lack of geese. 4 pm pick up decoys as 3 flocks of geese circle our field right at dark. Head to the cabin have a steak and a few adult beverages and repeat the next day. We have had so much idle time this season that nobody falls for the usual gags.

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from Monty Shorter wrote 2 years 26 weeks ago

Watch gun it with Benny Spies on my SmartPhone.

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from Drew Stieben wrote 2 years 26 weeks ago

If you smoke it, they will come!

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from BubbaK wrote 2 years 26 weeks ago

Call your buddies who are at work, tell them you haven't seen any geese, that it's cold, you're hungry, thirsty, and tired, and that you wouldn't trade one second of your time there for a full day at work!

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from BubbaK wrote 2 years 26 weeks ago

And when you DO get a bird, call them back and let them know you got it, then ask them how work is going! Then laugh hysterically as you hang up on 'em after telling them you'll be sure to let them know how the trip went!

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from jhartwig24 wrote 2 years 26 weeks ago

When we are hunting the long cold days in the goose pit and we have a delay in the action, my grandpa's newphew will ALWAYS start saying his favorite little rhyme. It actually more time than not, will get the birds to start flying again! I don't know how he does it, but it does work! Here is the rhyme:
Little Birdy with a yellow beak
Came and sat upon my window seat.
I coaxed him in with some crumbs of bread
and then I smashed his #*@$!&# head.

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from trapper vic wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

nap till dawn, drink coffee till 10, crawl out for pee break at 11, lunch over the charcoal bucket around noon, nap till 3, rumage gun bag for snacks 3:30, finish cold coffee, gather up to leave around 4:30, wave at the last flight of mile high geese and head for home.

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from ishipley wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

I have never been in a duck blind, but, I have watched Benny. So, I assume the main thing you do is make up excuses.

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from Johnnie wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

Offer your buddies your handloaded shotgun shells. Thing is don't put any shot in the shells. You could put some confetti in the shells, oatmeal, or leave them empty. They probably will notice the weight difference, but just tell them its a new fangled shot that is lighter than norm.
Put the trick loads and the good loads all in one box. Top row trick shells, next row regular shells, so on, so forth.
Just picture the look on your buddy's face when confetti comes shooting out of his barrel.
If, you could leave them empty; you'll be dropping birds and they won't. Just tell 'em "Geez, you're a bad shot with those shells. They work just fine for me."

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from jhartwig24 wrote 2 years 26 weeks ago

Another thing we do on the really really cold miserable days when the action is dull is to play football, but instead of having a football, we use empty shotgun shells. They are alot harder to throw accurately and far, so it makes it fun! It also keeps you warm!

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