I want a cheap run-and-gun spread and was looking at the Sillosock Canada's. Has anyone heard anything about them or has used them? Pros and cons? Thanks in advance!
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- Feb 2012
Randolph, New Jersey
Fallin' Feathers Outdoors
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- Sep 2009
I think you will have way to much movement for the canada's but it doesn't seem to affect the snows that much.
Avery Youth Field Staff
- May 2006
Avery Youth Field-Staff
Ranger Creek Goose
We have almost 30 dozen Canada's and 20 dozen Snows and they work awesome!! They work great and are easy to put out. Long as you push them into ground where the beak is touching they wont move to much.
And I would stick with feeders only. The 3D upright heads arent very good and they break off easy
I wouldn't want to be running sillosocks for honkers when the wind gets up there in the "death thrash" zone, just in general they make too much movement for trying to have consistent success while hunting big geese, although they may work good for lessers. I think you'd be more successful buying 10 dozen silhouettes as mentioned above, and there are more options than Real-Geese.
- May 2007
Last edited by goosegrinder87; 06-24-2012, 08:05 PM.