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    Looking for a couple goose shells or floaters. 4 to 6 of them probably. Going to be sitting estuaries in the salt. Anywhere in town have any right now?

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    Sportsmens probably has them. Be ready to spend some ridiculous money for them though


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    I just picked up ammo at sportsmans and they do have some. I brought all my fullbody's up here with me but haven't used them due to the walking.

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    I have some specs you can use if you want. Just let me know.

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    outdoor directory classifieds section has a guy advertising both full bodied duck and goose decoys. i think just posted a day or 2 ago, so may still have them. Bud
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    I checked out sporties - ain't paying 150$ for a dozen shells though. Worst part is that I have a truckload of shells and fullbodies in .....Wyoming at my brothers house. My boat isn't big enough to use full bodies. I think that a guy doesn't need a Colorado spread to get the young geese to come in up here.

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    I agree.. It only should take a dozen or two properly laid out to do the job..these guys don't need all the calling as well..some flag work and a couple of notes should do it.

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    I checked out sporties - ain't paying 150$ for a dozen shells though. Worst part is that I have a truckload of shells and fullbodies in .....Wyoming at my brothers house. My boat isn't big enough to use full bodies. I think that a guy doesn't need a Colorado spread to get the young geese to come in up here.
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    I'd take you along for the ride, but I think that I have a full boat.

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