They really like the golf courses and parks. The game and park departments had some [park] predation hunts for a handful of years - kind of fun. But the geese learn that if they get blasted at the fringes - then move in to the picnic table areas.
I keep asking IF F&G to have a park / golf course / green grass / picnic table / before-people-wake-up-in-the-morning archery goose predation hunt - but so far they haven't bit on it. Makes sense to me - no shot raining down on local businesses or cars or joggers. And the geese here are big targets.
But I guess after a few get arrowed - they'd wise up quickly to that also.
Hoping to clobber some of the northern birds when they come down.
As hog hunting gains popularity across much of the U.S. more and more hunters are asking where they should go to find the biggest hogs and trophies. I recently read an interesting article in "Boar Hunter Magazine", perhaps the preeminent hog hunting journal out there now. This very informative article was penned by Mr Jim Smith, a very accomplished hunter over a very wide range of areas and game. I am simply providing some information that should interest serious hog hunters among us. Mr Smith...