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coombia21

fields or public land in the area

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I live in maple grove and my father and I are going to spend our labor day weekend goose hunting instead of at the cabin. Does anyone know of fields and or public land within 25 miles of maple grove that my father an I could hunt on?

thanks in advance

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do some calling around.. there has to be a farmer that will let you.. also ive found farmers most friendly sunday evenings..

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You need to scout, scout and scout some more.

Then get your Plat Book and find out who owns the fields.

Contact them and try to get permission.

Early season geese will be in cut sweetcorn fields, Hay fields, and cut oat fields.

Or you can hunt them on the water.

I would guess you will run into difficulty scouting on the internet.

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better start knocking on doors, you wont get permission here.

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Good luck finding land in Surburne, Wright, Hennipen, and Carver counties. You need to know people really well or have lots of $$$$. A sweet corn field in the Monticello area went for $500 a day and it was leased everyday for the whole early season.

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you can't be serious. you just want someone to do all the leg work for you and show up with your gun and have geese landing at your feet. Get out there and put some miles on thats the only way to get it done

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That sweet corn field you are talking about it lease by a guide service and i know he will make that money back. I have no problem getting fields in wright and sherburn county.

My best advice is be friendly to the farmers when asking permission and offer to help them out if they need it. It's the little things that count with these guys.

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That sweet corn field you are talking about it lease by a guide service and i know he will make that money back. I have no problem getting fields in wright and sherburn county.

My best advice is be friendly to the farmers when asking permission and offer to help them out if they need it. It's the little things that count with these guys.

Or you could just have ins with the farmers on the fields:)

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Ya i do have the ins with the farmers around here on the fields. smile

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Ya i do have the ins with the farmers around here on the fields. smile

I have access to a trailer full of bigfoots and a buddy with a mix of full bodies and shells.

Just need a field and someone willing to let us hunt with them.

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Sounds good RumRiverRat. I have a trailer full of decoys too. Whats your email address and we can stay in contact. With work being a little slow, I get to hunt more during the week and the weekends.

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thanks for the posts but this years isn't going to be the year for me to go out for early goose because i will be setting up stands now that i got into a hunt on some property in elk river

thanks again

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