I mentioned that I met Countertop (from The Counter Top Chronicles) last night, and during the many topics of conversation, we had a bit of discussion on hunting.
I’ve mentioned that I’ve never really been much of a hunter, having only gone for deer twice – the bulk of my hunting activities have been largely constrained to squirrels and coyotes. Now, prior to my conversation, I had pretty much dismissed most deer hunting as “sitting around waiting for Bambi to wander through my sights”, and while there isn’t anything wrong with that, it wasn’t really for me.
However, I had never actually had the strategy of a good deer hunt explained to me. After some explanation from CT, I came to the conclusion that my previous deer hunting experiences had only been boring because I was hunting with the wrong people.
So today, I was checking out deer season information, and I misclicked into the page about migratory waterfowl. I am so glad I did that now. I had no idea that Indiana had a Canada Goose season.
I hate geese. Where I live in the suburbs, they are all over the place. They crap everywhere, they get really territorial, and they have even interfered with traffic on the street in front of my subdivision. Canada goose season opens for 2 days on October 20th, and then re-opens again in November. I guess I am going to need a shotgun.