Host Denise Marie Theiler hunts with Karl Horwath and Jim Wereline out of Princeton for Canadian geese on a windy December day. The geese are having nothing to do with landing due to the weather conditions. The hunters manage to fill their limit although it wasn't one of the easier days afield.
Join Claudio Ongaro and his crew of dedicated guides in the pursuit of the best waterfowl hunting in the world as they venture into the vast pothole country surrounding the Ongaro lodge each day to put birds in client's laps. Join in the their quest. Experience their reality ... the good ... the bad and the best duck and goose hunting in the world!!
Join Craig on another season of The Flyway Highway. Craig heads to Ranchland Outfitters in Alberta, Canada. Ranchland Outiftters offers First Class Waterfowl Hunts and Big Game hunts. They have Greater Canada Geese, Lesser Canada Geese, Specks, Snows, Ross' Geese, Mallards, and Pintails. If you want to hunt geese, ducks, or deer Ranchland Outfitters has them all.
Goose hunt starts at 7:47 The Northwest is a wing shooters paradise, with a great variety of game birds and generous hunting seasons. Mike Harrod starts off this episode in central Washington hunting September doves and later, he and his son Dax look to fool early season geese in eastern Washington. Finally, Michele Harrod experiences her first out of state hunt for turkeys in northeast Oregon. The action is non-stop!
Host Jared Brown joins local landowners in western Nebraska for goose hunting in open fields and for fast action ducks on the historic Platte River. These landowners are working with DU to create crucial conservation easements to preserve waterfowling traditions forever.
In this video 2011 Jr. World Goose Calling Champion Joe Orf talks about 4 notes that are very important to him in competition calling and hunting situations. You will here the notes in their basic form and also other variations. A great way of improvinng your goose calling is to learn as many variations of the basic notes. This will increase your goose calling vocabulary and effectiveness as a contest caller and/or a goose hunter. The call Joe is using is an Acrylic Raptor by Field Proven Calls.
\ Early goose season hunt in Minnesota featured in "A Waterfowler's Journal", the new waterfowl dvd from Keller Outdoors. The last flock is some amazing footage of migrators dumping into the decoys from the heavens!
Early season goose hunting in NE Wisconsin. Chuck, Josh, Scott, and Nicki. Shot with GoPro HD strapped to the head of an Avery Prograde decoy with the vented helmet mount. Had to setup facing into the sun, worked great for the birds but not the best for video.
This hunt only took 40 minutes for our 2 man limit of 10 geese. The geese were working perfectly this morning and came right into our spread. I know our calling isn't the best but we are making progress. Hope you guys enjoyed the video. A big thanks to everyone at Michigansportsman who helped us out! Thanks for watching! For More Goose Hunting Videos Visit GooseHunterTV.com
In snow goose hunting, scouting is very important. Couple it with being hidden and a little bit of luck and you have a recipe for success. We found a large concentration of snow geese using three different roost holes and traveling just a few miles to feed. We decided upon a field that had 10,000+ snow geese feeding in it. This barley field was located between the roosts and other feeding fields. We had the perfect snow goose hunting combination of the "X" field that was in a great flight line.
The 2011 Indiana early goose season was a bit of a struggle for us here at X Spot Outdoors. We were burning up the roads in search of waterfowl but weren't able to point any really great spots. We thought we had a couple of great fields to set up on, but found out there were within city limits and the law enforcement would absolutely not allow shooting in those zones. We ended up knocking down four honkers on the last day set up in a chiseled wheat field, but the film did not turn out so great. We only had two hunters and our camera man was unable to come out on the Thursday morning. But, we are hunters first and videographers second so we got the job done the best way we know how. Enjoy the show, and we look forward to bringing you more hard hitting waterfowl action when the October season opens here in Indiana!
On this hunt some of the boys From X Spot Outdoors head out into the field for an early morning Thanksgiving Day hunt. The birds have been scarce around Central Indiana and when they found this field with a couple hundred geese on it, they were excited. Only a few mallards worked the decoys, but the boys managed to pick off a few. The geese worked the decoys great and came in feet first just outside the decoys! Hope you enjoy the hunt! Good luck and be safe as the season continues! For More Goose Hunting Videos Visit GooseHunterTV.com
On this early season hunt the boys from XSpotOutdoors get into some great,hard hitting waterfowl action on a chiseled corn field in Central Indiana. The birds were hitting the field hard the entire week before, but the warm up in weather changed the flight patterns dramatically. Even though the Geese didn't fly like they had been, the guys still came away from the hunt with a pile of green heads and a handful of geese! Hope you enjoy! We look forward to bringing you more action as our season continues!
compilation de ma journée au pigeon au poste , de nombreuses actions de tirs !!!! vidéos réalisé avec une drift hd sur trépied et une go pro black édition sur bandeau de tête , montage réalisé avec IMovie sur IMac .
Early season goose hunting in NE Wisconsin. Chuck, John, Mark, Scott, and Nicki. Shot with GoPro HD strapped to the head of an Avery Prograde sentry decoy with the vented helmet mount. For More Goose Hunting Videos Visit GooseHunterTV.com
Goose hunting with the guys from Lodge Creek Calls during the 2010 North Carolina Early Goose Season. There are more than 70 kills in this small clip so strap on your seat belt because the action is about to get fast and furious.
October 7th, 2012 marked one of the best goose hunts any of us have ever been on! The night before we found a field with about a thousand birds in. The next morning after getting permission for the field the fun began. Birds were flying all morning giving us a number of excellent shots. We ended up bagging 10 geese and 5 ducks, including one banded goose!
The 2012 Early goose season was a great success for the Locked On Outdoors crew. We had a ton of fun and got a lot of footage for our first goose season video! Although we didn't get every bird on film it is still great to see all our hard work pay off. This is our first season filming hunts. We ended the early season with about 35 birds! For More Bird Hunting Videos Please Visit GooseHunterTV.com
En av duejaktene 2012. Fangsten ble på 74ringduer+1kråke som ble med hjem.Jakta på et trøska bygg jorde.Starta med 14fuds og la til omtrent halvparten av de skutte duene som lokkefugl.Klarte å få 66 av dem på film som dere kan se her.For de av dere som lurer.Et par av de duene på nært hold med tilsynelattene dårlig treff er gjort med vilje.Prøver å sette de skudda så fuglen er ferdig uten alt for store ødeleggelser.
One of the pigeon shooting hunts 2012. Bag of 74pigeons +1crow that went home.Hunted over barley with 14 fuds to start out with an added about half of the shot pigeon to the pattern.Manage to capture 66 of them on film as you can see here.For those of you who wonder.A couple of the close birds that is just hit on the side are intentional shots.Trying to but those shots lethal without to much damage.
Want to improve your bird hunting, deerstalking and dog work? Learn how shotgun cartridges kill pigeons this week, and how to improve your shooting. Andy Crow is pigeon shooting. His new series CrowHow kicks off with a graphic demonstration of how pellets work to bring down birds.
Terry Denmon and Chad Belding (The Fowl Life) head to Idaho and meet up with Neal Hunt and Mike Plein for a late summer pigeon hunt. Neal, owner of Soar-No-More, guarantees fast action and plenty of shooting when these gray ghosts bomb the decoys in and around Tein Falls, Idaho.
The crops are off, and Byron Pace makes the most of the opportunity to sort out the local pigeon population on the stubbles. But he's happy to take a supporting role in this week's sporting story, as his shooting buddy Edan Annand and friend Stuart take centre stage. Setting up the hide on the edge of a freshly cut rape field, they're perfectly placed to get big numbers in the bag.
Pigeon shooting continues to grow in popularity as more and more sporting shooters realise the supreme tests of field craft and marksmanship that the bird can offer. For newcomers to the sport, as well as those shooters looking for hints and tips that will give them an edge in field. From spring oil seed rape, through laid cereals, harvest stubbles and winter drillings, the months of summer offer the pigeon shooter a huge variety of challenges and opportunities. For the majority of pigeon shooters, consistent winter sport means tackling the challenges of the winter crops - and if there is one crop that counts it is oil seed rape. Widely grown across the UK, it sustains the pigeon population when little else is available. This programme tackles a range of situations presented by oil seed rape when huge flocks of pigeon can decimate a field as the short days force them to feed voraciously. With a truly comprehensive and illustrated range of tips and techniques to tackle oil seed rape, the video also covers the opportunities that early drilled cereals present as winter turns to spring. The wood pigeon provides some of the most exciting and sporting year round shooting there is. As a truly wild quarry it is the shooters sole responsibility to give the bird and the sport the respect it deserves to safeguard tomorrows shooting. Pinewood Sporting - one of the countrys largest suppliers of specialist shooting and decoying equipment. Committed to continual innovation and research on production techniques and materials.
From spring oil seed rape, through laid cereals, harvest stubbles and winter drillings, the months of summer offer the pigeon shooter a huge variety of challenges and opportunities. This programme is a comprehensive guide to the key situations and conditions that the decoyer will find as the season develops from spring to summer and autumn.
Complete with in-depth analysis of conditions and graphic representation of set-ups this video will add considerably to the knowledge of the shooter who wants to make the most all the summer has to offer. Peter Theobald is a renowned pigeon shooter with 30 years + experience of pitting his wits against this most exciting quarry. A farmer based in Essex he is also an established author on the subject. His book The Woodpigeon remains required reading for pigeon shooters while his monthly pigeon shooting articles for Sporting gun put him at the centre of the issues affecting the sport.
The wood pigeon provides some of the most exciting and sporting shooting there is. As a truly wild quarry it is the shooters sole responsibility to give the bird and the sport the respect it deserves to safeguard tomorrows shooting.
www.sporting-scene.com. Pigeon shooting continues to grow in popularity as more and more sporting shooters realise the supreme tests of field craft and marksmanship that the bird can offer. This programme gives a comprehensive overview of the equipment and tactics that will give you the best chance of success in the range of situations that the sport can present. For newcomers to the sport, as well as those shooters looking for hints and tips that will give them an edge in field, this programme will be an invaluable reference to come back to time and time again. Peter Theobald is a renowned pigeon shooter with 30 years + experience of pitting his wits against this most exciting quarry. A farmer based in Essex required reading for pigeon shooters while his monthly pigeon shooting articles for Sporting gun put him at the centre of the issues affecting the sport. The wood pigeon provides some of the most exciting and sporting shooting there is. As a truly wild quarry it is the shooters sole responsibility to give the bird and the sport the respect it deserves to safeguard tomorrows shooting.
pigeons, pigeons and more pigeons. Decoying pigeons over barley stuble in auckland region. 341 on 3 hours in the first morning and 102 on the 2nd. Shooters: Myles Browne-Cole, Jock Saxton, Chris Browne-Cole, Owen Robinson. Guiding Available for great days pigeon shooting
It's all about pigeons - and a bit about pheasants and fallow deer. In this episode of our half-hour weekly show Fieldsports Britain, we're in the West Country shooting pigeons with guns who got together on Facebook and we're at the British Helice Grand Prix at the West Kent Shooting School - a shooting sport inspired directly by live pigeon shooting from 'traps'.
Twenty-times world shooting champion George Digweed is out on the English North Downs shooting flighting pigeon on maize stubble. 90% of the birds are over 60 yards away, some nearing 100 yards. As well as a lesson in long range shooting George also shows us why it's important to keep those cartridges warm for the best performance.
Understanding the concept of "lead" when shooting a shotgun can be difficult to grasp. In this film we slow the action down. It allows the viewer to see the shot being thrown out infront of a fast moving wood pigeon...the bird then flies through the cloud of pellets. Often the shot can fall behind the quarry because the shooter doesn't allow for the speed of the bird . Andy Crow is our man behind the gun in this film which appeared in Fieldsports Britain at the begining of August 2012
This is a B-Side hunt left off of the final product for the new Soar No More DVD on sale now. The Soar No More crew forgoes hunting ducks on the last day of waterfowl season in favor of killing 50 birds on a dairy pigeon hunt.
The start of this video shows four clips form a day out shooting over stubble. The rest shows us shooting over brussel sprouts and at the end of th video I did a quick walk around of our setup and included a diagram with the layout of our decoys. We hope you enjoy the video.
It's crop protection time. David Taylor, director of shooting at the Countryside Alliance, meets game chef Mark Gilchrist who is trying to keep the wood pigeons off the spring crops. He also gets his hands on the new Browning pigeon (and pheasant and clay) gun: the B725.
Probably the best shot in the world, George Digweed has won seven World FITASC Championships, nine World Sporting Championships, thirteen European Championships and fourteen World Cups. He runs pheasant shoots and you wouldn't want to be a pigeon in his home county of Kent at this time of year. Just as the pigeons are hammering the farmers' crops at this time of year, so is George out hitting the pigeons. A one-time British pigeon shooting recordholder (661 to his own gun in one day), we're out pigeon shooting with him next to beautiful Bodiam Castle. It is a not-to-be-missed story of one man and his gun. Learn George's tips on how to shoot high volumes of pigeons, hear about how shooting has dominated his life, and be amazed as he knocks down long-distance pigeons.
Pest controller Rob Collins has put up his hide and set up his decoys in order to shoot pigeons on land south of Bristol. But Robs not just interested in looking after his farmers. He has a wider aim. His mission is to bring young people into shooting via his Woodspring Pigeon Shooting & Wildfowling Club.
Luke and myself shooting wood pigeons over a 10 day old wheat stubble at end of August, we are shooting a field that will never shot before so trying out something a little bit different we shot a few birds and have a few laughs and really that's what it is all about. Happy pigeon shooting from four seasons
Mark Gilchrist, head chef of Game For Everything, completes the second of three videos in his series "Cooking to get your bird moist." Here he prepares pan-fried wood pigeon with oven-roasted potatoes and honey-roasted carrots. If you have success using these recipes, post it on the wall or email us, at firstname.lastname@example.org