Goose hunting takes a lot of patience. First, you have to wake up really early and get to your hunting spot. When you get to your spot you need to set up your spread. There are many different ways to set up a spread. It may take some time to find the one that works the best for you. When you find that right one then you need to sit and wait for the geese to come close to you. You can be sitting in a laydown bind or you can be in a pit.
A pit is where you sit in the ground and when the geese fly over you pop out of the pit and shoot as many as you can. A laydown blind is where you lay on top of the ground in a cover tarp looking thing. You might need to cover your blind in some of your surroundings. In this blind when the geese fly over you flip off your cover and shoot them.
To get the geese to come over to your spread you need to learn how to call. This is one of the most important things you need to know how to do. When there are some birds close to you-you call. You have to be loud so that they can hear you but you don’t want to scare them away. When they start to get closer you need to make it so they are welcome into the spot. You need to make it seem like your decoys are real. “`