Montana Duck and Goose Hunting Report Archive

Posted By:
glaubsgoose
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01-24-2007 02:22
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Does anyone have a report about if any geese have been though the east side of Mt. and how long ago. Thank you.

Posted By:
boxfa75
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bozeman 01-11-2007 15:26
Cloudy, Snow Flurries – 0-10 Degrees – Ice
there are still teal and widgeon in bozeman. there has been a warm south wind all year until today it is the first storm from the north since october and that is no joke. if teal, and widgeon (shot both yesterday) are still here what does that tell you. that the migration hasnt happened in this valley. did shoot lots of birds by dillon last week. lots. very small mallards. havent seen any large northern mallards yet this year, except in october where we had two alberta clippers. good luck the last day everyone

Posted By:
cogletree
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01-11-2007 12:05
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I am in Williston and am hoping to get in one more goose hunt this weekend in spite of the cold. Does anyone know if there are still geese around? I have heard reports of geese on the river by Glendive or Miles City? If anyone has seen geese elsewhere on the eastern side of MT the tips would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks for the help!

Posted By:
Pintail2
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01-11-2007 11:41
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cogletree, don’t do a goose hunting trip this weekend! The season in Montana closes on Friday, the 12th! It may seem strange for the season to close on a Friday, but that’s the end of the 107 days, the maximum allowed under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act.

Posted By:
cogletree
Guest

01-11-2007 11:35
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I am in Williston and am hoping to get in one more goose hunt this weekend in spite of the cold. Does anyone know if there are still geese around? I have heard reports of geese on the river by Glendive or Miles City? If anyone has seen geese elsewhere on the eastern side of MT the tips would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks for the help!

Posted By:
cogletree
Guest

01-11-2007 10:08
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I am in Williston and am hoping to get in one more goose hunt this weekend in spite of the cold. Does anyone know if there are still geese around? I have heard reports of geese on the river by Glendive or Miles City? If anyone has seen geese elsewhere on the eastern side of MT the tips would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks for the help!

Posted By:
glaubsgoose
Guest

Hawkspings 01-07-2007 22:45
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Yes this is true I have seen them for a few years and I have one on a mold mounted up already this kind of goose I found years ago and I was the first to report it and now it is a subspecies know as the Glaub’s goose on record as of two years ago. Mine has the White outer primarie feathers. I know this goose has been around for a few years because the first I seen of them was a few flocks about 30 birds and about 4 flocks. Now I see more and more and this goose was never reported by anyone and I reported it two years ago legaly and was give the right to name this subspecies. So it is the Glaub’s Canada Goose.

Posted By:
mlanders
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colorado 01-07-2007 18:32
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We have always reffered to these geese as Quill Lake. We usually kill a few every year with white on different body parts, the chest being the most common. They also have feet mottled with white specks most of the time. I have one in the freezer, soon to be on the wall.

Posted By:
glaubsgoose
Guest

01-07-2007 02:40
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How are the geese up there are there still some and would you know if any have started come down yet and left from up the in Montana?

Posted By:
glaubsgoose
Guest

Hawkspring Wyoming 01-06-2007 01:38
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People may see this Canada goose they might get it has a white bar or band going from wing to wing accrossed the chest, some have white flight feather at the end of the wing where they are black and with white spots of feathers under the wing and white patch on the head goes to the bottom of the beak where it should be black and the white patch may go down to the chest down the neck, and maybe have whiteish toe nails and spots on its feet. I first seen these geese two years ago and reported them to a Game And Fish and a Sporting goods store for prof. It was said it was a family mutation but now it is not it is moved into a subspecies that was named the Glaub’s Goose. The first year there was not many found as they went though last year much more came though in one day there was seen 10 flocks about 40 to 50 birds a flock so then was 400 to 500 birds this makes a new subspecies and with other reports on these birds is prof. These are not a high breed or a cross of Snow and Canada, the Canada will only mate with another Canada goose. These geese will be the ones to get in years to come.

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