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David Sparks Ph.d Goose Outfitter
by David Sparks Ph.d, click here for bio

Program: Sportsman's Spotlight
Date: December 11, 2017

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If you want to go goose hunting, frequent contributor and avid sportsman Josh Mills has a great suggestion. “I am spending more and more time sitting in goose fields listening to my friends masterfully calling in some of these Canadian geese. I wouldn’t say I have fallen in love with it but I just think it’s pretty fun. A good friend of mine Drew Steinberger and his family, this is part of a bucket list trip that I am excited to do, but he and his family on a ranch in Forsyth, Montana called PR country Comforts. It’s do-it-yourself waterfowl hunting out of their ranch in Forsyth. It is adjacent to the Yellowstone River and within a couple of hours of the Bighorn. There is a tremendous amount of waterfowl that spend time in their area. Thousands of Canadian honkers. He has a couple of guest cabins that run about $50-$60 per night per person. They have two trailers full of decoys and blinds and everything you need. So guys that know what they are doing with goose calling and hunting can go out there without having to drag all their equipment. prcountrycomforts.com

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