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Old 11-27-2011, 04:08 AM   #1
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I got my first goose this morning, I was using blackcloud 3 inch mag #2 shot. Word of advice blackcloud has some really tight shot patterns so aim well. If your wondering the gun was an 870 express that my girlfriend got me for our 5 year anniversary



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Old 11-27-2011, 04:11 AM   #2
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nice goose! way to go. glad you got one on your hunt.



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Nice bird,congratz. It's just about 5:30 rainy , cold,windy,yep perfect morning to go duck hunting. I'll let ya know how i did when I get back

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Nice goose. I love the smile on your face!

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Looks like a nice Christmas dinner there, good going buddy..........

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Looks like a nice Christmas dinner there, good going buddy..........
Stuff the goose full of stuffing bake it then throw the bird away an eat the stuffing. Nasty bird sorry but they are just nasty, ill never eat a goose again unless its jerkey
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Stuff the goose full of stuffing bake it then throw the bird away an eat the stuffing. Nasty bird sorry but they are just nasty, ill never eat a goose again unless its jerkey
What makes them nasty tasting? I've never eaten a goose, only a pheasant.
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What makes them nasty tasting? I've never eaten a goose, only a pheasant.
Very greasy, some people love them nasty birds but just the thought of having to ever eat another goose makes me wanna barf
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What makes them nasty tasting? I've never eaten a goose, only a pheasant.
Take a pheasant breast wrap it in bacon stuff the inside with jalapenos an onion, some mushrooms an ohhhjh yeaaaa good stuff there
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Don`t listen too em, try one of these......

Cooks.com - Recipes - Goose Breast

But if I know my people from Kentucky they like goose.



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