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Canada Goose Hunting Off the “X”

February 14, 2009 by Chris  

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By Jed Fluhrer

Geese lifting from the X after feeding on a

Geese lifting from the "X" after feeding on a

Almost all goose hunters have experienced the high of finding a field full of geese. The feeling of anticipation is unlike any in the waterfowling world. There’s nothing better than setting up decoys on a frosty morning in a field covered in goose scat and downy feathers. While there is no guarantee that the birds will show, there is no better insurance than a hot field. Wouldn’t it be nice if we could always hunt the X? Reality tells us it isn’t going to happen every hunt. In many areas the hunting pressure is high and many of the fields are already spoken for, on other days there might be other hunters in the same field.

I’m not sure who coined the phrase but hunting the birds in fields other than the X has become known as “running traffic”. For many goose hunters the idea of hunting fields other than the one the birds are feeding in seems absurd, others are quite comfortable with the idea.

The ability to decoy birds running traffic is what sets apart the goose hunters from the goose chasers. The first rule of running traffic is that there has to be birds. Seems simple right? Well I wish it were simple. The number of birds required to successfully run traffic varies depending on the time of year. In September the flocks tend to be small. There are a lot of groups of 2 to 15 birds flying out to feed each day and if there are 300 birds in the area there will be plenty of flocks. Later in the year the flocks become larger and larger and one flock might be 300 birds. There is no set rule so use your best judgement.

Goose Roost

Goose Roost

After finding an area with a good concentration of birds the next step is to find the roost. The location of the roost is the most important factor in successful traffic hunting. You need to know what direction the birds are going so you can locate a field in the flight path. When looking for a field I either try to be near the roost or near the field they are feeding in. When birds get shot at or become separated from the flock they naturally head back to the roost and decoys set in a nearby field will often bring these birds in. In other situations it may be better to set up in field a mile closer to the roost then the field the birds are feeding in. If I think our group can put out a bigger spread and out call the group that is on the X, this is the situation I will choose. If no one is hunting the birds then I try to hunt closer to the roost. Competing with live birds in a nearby field is really difficult so I try to avoid it when possible. Setting up between two roosts is also a possibility, as birds will often trade back and forth between the two areas.

A large spread setup to run traffic and did so successfully

A large spread setup to run traffic and did so successfully

When setting out decoys try and find the highest point in the field. Exposure is key. Our group normally sets out 100 to 120 decoys when hunting the X but if we are going to run traffic we put out as many decoys as we have. Like most guys I’m a huge fan of full body decoys. Along with being more realistic, full body decoys stand higher in the stubble and are much more visible to the geese. Mixing shells in with the full body decoys can help bulk up the spread so don’t be afraid to add them as well.

Working the geese

Working the geese

A goose flag is one of the most important tools that a goose hunter can have anytime but it becomes even more important when running traffic. Putting flags on 10 to 12 foot poles can really add movement and will often draw birds from a great distance. This is also the time for everyone to get on the calls. A hunter has nothing to lose calling at the birds, they aren’t headed for your field anyway. Cut loose the hunting partner in your group who loves to make a ton of racket the more sound you make the better. As the birds approach cut back the calling and work them as if they were always coming to your field. I prefer a higher pitch short reed when the birds are off in the distance because the sound carries farther.

Preparing for some late flyers

Preparing for some late flyers

Odds are, you’re not going to get the whole flock when running traffic. Try to break off a few geese from every flock and work down the singles, pairs and small groups. Stay out later than you would normally. We’ve shot birds coming back to the roost after they have fed in nearby fields. There are always a few hungry geese in the flock so make them feel like they are missing out on the buffet.

The most important advice I can give is to remain positive. Not every bird is going to decoy and some days they aren’t going to decoy at all, but some days they will work just like you were on the X. Give traffic hunting a try. I know one thing for sure. You can’t shoot geese when you’re not out hunting.


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In addition to regular snow goose hunting NY seasons in each waterfowl hunting zone, waterfowl hunters in New York will have a special opportunity to harvest snow geese in most areas of the state, excluding Long Island.

In 2009, DEC implemented a “Conservation Order” for snow geese. A Conservation Order is a special management action authorized by the federal Migratory Bird Treaty Act to control certain wildlife populations when traditional management programs are unsuccessful in preventing overabundance. Federal and state regulations were amended in fall 2008 to allow this additional harvest of snow geese in response to concerns about their growing numbers across North America (see “Links Leaving DEC’s Website” in the right-hand column).

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Snow goose hunting can be one of the most challenging and rewarding types of waterfowl hunting. Areas where large numbers of snow geese occur at this time of year include the Finger Lakes region, the St. Lawrence Valley, and the upper Hudson and Champlain Valley regions. A special season was not implemented on Long Island, because relatively few snow geese occur in huntable areas there during the spring. To help increase your chances for success, call right now Expert Joe Austin.

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Late Maryland Waterfowl Seasons and Bag Limits Note: Shooting hours for regular waterfowl seasons are one-half hour before sunrise to sunset except for (1) teal during the September season when shooting hours are sunrise to sunset, (2) for Resident Canada geese during September seasons when shooting hours are from one-half hour before sunrise to one half hour after sunset, and (3) light geese during the conservation order season when shooting hours are one-half hour before sunrise to one half hour after sunset. All hunting season dates are inclusive. The possession limit is twice the daily bag limit, except for light geese (greater and lesser snow geese, Ross’ geese) which have no possession limit. Waterfowl hunting is closed on Sundays by Maryland law.

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DUCKS, COOTS, and MERGANSERS Regular Duck Season Oct. 15 – Oct. 22 Nov. 12 – Nov. 25 Dec. 13 – Jan. 26 Black Duck Season Nov. 10 – Nov. 23 Dec. 11 – Jan. 28 Duck Daily Bag and Possession Limits: The daily bag limit of ducks (including mergansers) is 6. The 6-duck limit shall consist of no more than 4 long-tailed ducks, 4 scoters, 4 mallards (max. 2 hen mallards), 2 scaup, 3 wood ducks, 2 pintails. 2 redheads, 2 hooded mergansers, 2 canvasback, 1 black duck (during black duck season), 1 fulvous tree duck, and 1 mottled duck. All other species of ducks (except harlequin duck) may be taken up to the 6-duck limit. The possession limit is twice the daily bag limit. In addition to the duck bag limit hunters may take 15 coots per day. No open season for harlequin ducks and swans.

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YOUTH WATERFOWL HUNTING DAYS Season Dates Nov. 5 & Feb. 11. Daily Bag and Possession Limits: The duck bag limits for the Youth Waterfowl Hunting Days are the same as the regular season (above), except one black duck may also be taken. In addition to the duck bag limit youth hunters may take 2 Canada geese in AP Canada goose hunt zone or 5 Canada geese in the Resident (AFRP) Canada goose hunt zone, 2 brant, 25 light geese, and 15 coots. The Canada goose hunting zones are online at http://www.dnr2.maryland.gov/huntersguide/Documents/Goose_Hunt_Zones_Map.pdf  No open season for harlequin ducks and swans. Any licensed hunter 15 years old or younger may participate during these one-day hunts. Youth of this age who are exempt from Maryland hunting license requirements may also participate. Youth waterfowl hunters must possess a receipt showing they purchased a $9 Maryland Migratory Game Bird Hunting Stamp. Youth hunters must be accompanied by an adult at least 21 years old that holds a valid Maryland hunting license or is exempt from the hunting license requirements. One adult may take one or more young hunters, and that adult may call waterfowl, assist with decoys and retrieve downed birds but may not possess a hunting weapon and may not participate in other seasons that are open on the youth waterfowl hunting days.

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SEA DUCKS (Scoters, Long-tailed Ducks, and Eiders) Season: Nov 5 – Jan. 13 (Only in Special Sea Duck Zone) Daily Bag Limit: 5 (no more than 4 scoters, Long Tailed or Eider) per day

ATLANTIC POPULATION CANADA GEESE Season: Nov. 19 – Nov. 25 Dec. 13 – Jan. 28 Daily Bag Limit: 2 per day* AP Hunt Zone: Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Calvert, Caroline, Cecil, Dorchester, Harford, Howard, Kent, Queen Anne’s, Somerset, St. Mary’s, Talbot, Wicomico, and Worcester Counties; and that portion of Carroll County east of Route 31 to the intersection of Route 97, and east of Route 97 to the Pennsylvania line; and that portion of Prince George’s County east of Route 3 and Route 301; and that portion of Charles County east of Route 301 to the Virginia line. *Bag limit may include Canada geese, cackling geese, and greater white-fronted geese singly or in aggregate.

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RESIDENT POPULATION CANADA GEESE (Regular Season) Season: Nov. 19 – Nov. 25 Dec. 13 – Mar. 8 Daily Bag Limit: 5 per day* Resident Hunt Zone: Allegany, Frederick, Garrett, Montgomery, and Washington Counties; and that portion of Carroll County west of Route 31 to the intersection of Route 97, and west of Route 97 to the Pennsylvania line; and that portion of Prince George’s County west of Route 3 and Route 301; and that portion of Charles County west of Route 301 to the Virginia line. *Bag limit may include Canada geese, cackling geese, and greater white-fronted geese singly or in aggregate.

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ATLANTIC BRANT Season Dates: Nov. 8 – Nov. 25 Dec. 12 – Jan. 31 Daily Bag Limit: 2 per day

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LIGHT GEESE Season Dates: Oct. 1 – Nov. 25  Dec. 13 – Jan. 28  Feb. 4 Daily Bag Limit: 25 per day and no possession limit** **Bag limit may include greater and lesser snow geese and Ross’s geese singly or in aggregate.

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LIGHT GOOSE CONSERVATION ORDER SEASON Seasons Dates: Nov. 28 – Dec. 10  Feb. 6 – Feb. 10 & Feb 13 – April 15 Daily Bag Limit: No daily bag or possession limits. CO Hunt Zone: Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Calvert, Caroline, Cecil, Dorchester, Harford, Howard, Kent, Queen Anne’s, Somerset, St. Mary’s, Talbot, Wicomico, and Worcester Counties; and that portion of Carroll County east of Route 31 to the intersection of Route 97, and east of Route 97 to the Pennsylvania line; that portion of Prince George’s County east of Route 3 and Route 301; and that portion of Charles County east of Route 301 to the Virginia line. The Special Sea Duck Zone is excluded from this hunt area. Special Regulations during Light Goose Conservation Order Season: (1) Participating hunters must possess a $5 Snow Goose Conservation Order Hunting Season Permit while hunting light geese during this season; (2) Hunters may use shotguns capable of holding more than three shotshells; (3) Hunters may use electronic calls with recordings of light geese; and (4) Shooting hours are from one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset

 

Proposed MD Waterfowl Hunting Seasons

 Maryland Waterfowl Seasons and Bag Limits

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Each year, the Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) reviews the status of waterfowl populations and develops waterfowl hunting season proposals based upon federal frameworks. These proposed regulations are used to gain public input regarding waterfowl seasons and bag limits for the 2011-2012 hunting season.

It is important to note that the priorities considered by DNR when formulating hunting season proposals include (1) the biological requirements of the waterfowl resource, (2) regulation simplicity, (3) maximizing open hunting days statewide, especially Saturdays and holidays, and (4) maximizing opportunity for all hunters, particularly youth.

Hundreds of contacts are made each year with waterfowl hunters who express their opinions and desires about waterfowl hunting opportunities. This input is critical to the development of hunting season and bag limit proposals. It is important to note that state wildlife agencies may be more restrictive than the federal frameworks, but not more liberal when selecting seasons and bag limits.

Note: Shooting hours for regular waterfowl seasons are one-half hour before sunrise to sunset except for (1) teal during the September season when shooting hours are sunrise to sunset and (2) for Resident Canada geese during September seasons when shooting hours are from one-half hour before sunrise to one half hour after sunset. All hunting season dates are inclusive. The possession limit is twice the daily bag limit, except for light geese (greater and lesser snow geese, Ross’ geese) which have no possession limit. Waterfowl hunting is closed on Sundays by Maryland law.


Youth Waterfowl Hunting Days

Any licensed hunter 15 years old or younger may participate during these 2 hunting days. Youth of this age who are exempt from Maryland hunting license requirements may also participate. Youth waterfowl hunters must possess a receipt showing they purchased a $9 Maryland Migratory Game Bird Hunting Stamp. Youth hunters must be accompanied by an adult at least 21 years old that holds a valid Maryland hunting license or is exempt from the hunting license requirements. The accompanying adult may call waterfowl, assist with decoys, and retrieve downed birds but may not possess a hunting weapon.

Season Dates: Oct. 29 & Nov. 5

Daily Bag and Possession Limits

Daily Bag Limit: 6 ducks (including mergansers) with certain species restrictions (see duck daily bag limit below). In addition, youth hunters may take 2 Canada geese, 2 brant, 25 light geese, and 15 coots.


Ducks, Coots, and Mergansers

Regular Duck Season: Oct. 15 – Oct. 22
Nov. 12 – Nov. 25
Dec. 13 – Jan. 28
Black Duck Season: Nov. 12 – Nov. 25
Dec. 13 – Jan. 28

Daily Bag and Possession Limits

The daily bag limit of ducks is 6. The 6-duck limit (including mergansers) shall consist of no more than 5 long-tailed ducks, 4 scoters, 4 mallards (max. 2 hen mallards), 3 wood ducks, 2 redheads, 2 scaup, 2 hooded mergansers, 2 pintails, 1 canvasback, 1 fulvous tree duck, 1 mottled duck, and 1 black duck (during black duck season). All other species of ducks (except harlequin ducks) may be taken up to the 6-duck limit. There is no open season for harlequin ducks. In addition to the duck bag limit, hunters may take 15 coots per day.


Sea Ducks (Scoters, Long-tailed Duck, and Eiders) in Special Sea Duck Zone

Season Dates: Oct. 1 – Jan. 28
Daily Bag Limit: 5 (no more than 4 scoters) per day

 


Atlantic Population (AP) Canada Geese

Season Dates: Nov. 19 – Nov. 25
Dec. 15 – Jan. 28
Daily Bag Limit: 2 per day*

AP Harvest Zone:

Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Calvert, Caroline, Cecil, Dorchester, Harford, Howard, Kent, Queen Anne’s, Somerset, St. Mary’s, Talbot, Wicomico, and Worcester Counties; that portion of Carroll County east of Route 31 to the intersection of Route 97, and east of Route 97 to the Pennsylvania line; that portion of Prince George’s County east of Route 3 and Route 301; and that portion of Charles County east of Route 301 to the Virginia line.

* The daily bag limit may include Canada geese, cackling geese, and white-fronted geese singly or in aggregate.


Resident Population Canada Geese (Regular Season)

Season Dates: Nov. 15 – Nov. 25
Dec. 15 – Mar. 3
Daily Bag Limit: 5 per day*

RP Harvest Zone:

Allegany, Frederick, Garrett, Montgomery, and Washington Counties; that portion of Carroll County west of Route 31 to the intersection of Route 97, and west of Route 97 to the Pennsylvania line; that portion of Prince George’s County west of Route 3 and Route 301; and that portion of Charles County west of Route 301 to the Virginia line.

* The daily bag limit may include Canada geese, cackling geese, and white-fronted geese singly or in aggregate.

Map showing AP_RP_Canada Goose Hunting Zones


Atlantic Brant

Season Dates: Nov. 19 – Nov. 25
Dec. 9 – Jan. 28
Daily Bag Limit: 2 per day

 


Light Geese
(Greater and Lesser Snow Geese, Ross’ Geese)

Season Dates: Oct. 8 – Nov. 25
Nov. 28 – Jan. 28
Daily Bag Limit: 25 per day. No possession limit.

 


2012 Light Goose Conservation Order Season

Season Dates: Jan. 30 – April 14
Daily Bag Limit: No bag limit or possession limit

Light Goose Conservation Season Harvest Zone:

Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Calvert, Caroline, Cecil, Dorchester, Harford, Howard, Kent, Queen Anne’s, Somerset, St. Mary’s, Talbot, Wicomico, and Worcester Counties; that portion of Carroll County east of Route 31 to the intersection of Route 97, and east of Route 97 to the Pennsylvania line; that portion of Prince George’s County east of Route 3 and Route 301; and that portion of Charles County east of Route 301 to the Virginia line.

Special Regulations during Light Goose Conservation Order Season:

  1. Hunters may use unplugged shotguns and electronic calls.
  2. Extended shooting hours to one-half hour after sunset; and
  3. Hunters must possess a Snow Goose Conservation Order Hunting Season Permit while hunting light geese.
    Permits available from DNR sport license agents, online at https://www.md.wildlifelicense.com  or by phone (1-800-918-2870) for a $5 fee.

No Open Season for Swans (tundra, trumpeter, and mute swans)

 

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