When your in the field Colorado Goose Hunting a lot depends on the weather and of course keeping your mug covered never hurts! Get ready for the Snow Hunt Tomorrow!!!
Hopefully with the new weather pattern coming in it will break up the feeding patterns of these geese. Currently the majority of the Colorado Sky Pigs are feeding with massive gaggles that tornado into the fields, right now in lots of wheat fields as the temperatures have been 60 plus. It really looks like a big goose party like 5-25 thousand seats all feasting on the newest Colorado grind, constantly adjusting and meeting up with new friends across the way then back again. Very jaw dropping to say the least. Colorado hunting for waterfowl is always a great time and the snow days are usually unforgettable so we hope your ready to step into the field again!
On this Colorado goose hunt today on the Northern Front Range Glen let this goose swim away. The best part about it was that after getting the boat to pick up the goose floaters and finding the goose on the other side was hearing two guys arguing over who shot this banded goose. If you were on the inside you were laughing so hard you had to focus on staying in the boat because it was banded on the other side of the lake with a Lanyard special. After the guy who declared his shot better grabbed the goose from the boat to look at the band and then threw it at the other guy saying you can have that band, of course with pure discomfort. Here is Glen with 3 drake mallards, a shoveler and a banded goose?
Stay Tuned for more Lanyard Bands while Colorado Goose Hunting!!!