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2008 Goose season

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Whats the current 2008 bag limit for Canadian geese? The pdf at the DNR is coming up as a damaged file that wont open.

I met a developer who is buggin me and a few buddies to do some population control with archery gear on his new development site. He's going to his favorite people on the city council and sheriff to get us the clearance. Whats the poundage require for goose hunting?

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early season is five, cant help with poundage for the bow, I would think that turkey broadhead would do some carnage

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Where is the development? It could be a 5 or a 2 bag limit if it's in the Southeast Zone.

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It just off the west suburbs. I know for deer hunting it fall into the Metro Zone.

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Yes that's Metro 5 bag limit.

Can't seem to find the draw weight but 40 is ringing a bell!

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I have to ask on the draw weight. With the multiple massive residential flocks on this site, I thought it might be a good opportunity to get a 2 friends who have never hunted before into it. They need to know if their bows are legal.

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