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Powerstroke

Tuesday or wednesday Sept. 8 or 9 Anyone have room for another gun?

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I was wondering if anyone was going to be out for early goose next week and has room for another. I've got a gun but I don't own anything waterfowl related except for a call I'm learning to use and some duck dekes. I'm really interested in getting a goose and learning the ropes.

I'm not a hunting rookie by any means, I hunt deer, turkey, pheasants and grouse during the fall, but I'm interested in learning another hunting option. I have wednesday off right now, but I might switch it to tuesday. If I get nothing then I'll probably look for doves and maybe hit the game farm with my dog.

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Powerstroke if it rains one of those day I will be going so I'll let you know whats going on and where when thing

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Looks like rain on wednesday but who can say with this awesome weather. Any last minute invites? If not I'll bank on wednesday.

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dont know how it will work out yet might be working inside but I hope not I want to smoke a few sky carp so I will let you know what is happening as time passes might have to try my lake if I go unless I get permission on the farm Ive been eyeing up.

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Let me know what you're thinking. I'm available, but I'm trying to get a plan going.

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I just found out that I have got to pour a garage floor sorry power stroke maybe next time. work its the other four letter word I hate

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No worries!Looks like I'll strike out on my own then.

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