Tips On Flagging Canada Geese By Original Canada Goose Flag Inventor Randy Bartz


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Tips On Flagging Canada Geese By Original Canada Goose Flag Inventor Randy Bartz


Flagman Randy Bartz is the original inventor of the “Goose Flag” system. Over the years Randy has been featured in several articles on goose flagging and is considered “The Expert” in this field. Randy not only invented the T-Flag way back when, but continues to try new techniques and been innovative with many new decoy flagging systems today. Below are just a few of the articles written on Randy and on his incredible goose flagging techniques.



Tips On Flagging Canada GeeseDecoy Spreads For Canada Geese
By Wade Bourne

Motion In Goose Spreads
All three hunters are adamant about using motion in a decoy spread to add realism, and all agree that flagging is one of the easiest and most effective ways to attract geese's attention at long range and coax them to the spread. Mann says, "I flap a simple black flag to get the attention of birds that may not have seen me, or that might have changed their mind about my spread. Once I have their attention, I use my flag as a 'tease' to add the appearance of wings flapping in the spread, which live birds do routinely." Again, Bartz has experimented extensively with flagging to attract Canada geese, and his tactics and Flagman products are the result of his discoveries. "Every hunter in the spread should have a flag, and all should use their flags intermittently when geese are a long way off……
Click here to read more about tips on flagging Canada geese as written in D.U. website ducks.org


Flagging Canada GeeseWaving for Waterfowl
10 flagging techniques to entice ducks and geese.

By Jerry Thoms

In the 15 years since Randy "The Flagman" Bartz first devised flags for decoying waterfowl, the idea and methods of using wing-like motion to attract geese and ducks into shotgun range have become a major part of waterfowl hunting. And although the concept of mounting an artificial set of fabric wings on stiff wire and sticking it onto a wooden dowel seems simple, using flags has become fairly sophisticated.

"In the beginning, I told hunters to simply wave their flags up and down to simulate the image of a goose or duck flying up to and landing in some decoys or just stretching their wings or preening when they were on the ground," Bartz said. "Now after 15 years of experience, with thousands of waterfowl hunters using the flags in thousands of places, some new and very effective flagging techniques have evolved."
Here are 10 flagging strategies devised by goose and duck hunters from all across the country....

Click here to read the entire article on flagging Canada geese as written on WildfowlMag.com





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