Goose hunting is only this easy when you really know what you're doing.
For the most part, I've always seen goose hunting as sitting in a field and waiting for geese to fly over you low enough to shoot them. Sure, you have to call, wear camouflage, have a dog, and also have a really good idea where to set up, but other than that, it's all luck, right? I've never personally goose hunted myself, but this proves there's a whole lot more to it than what I thought.
This is some next-level stuff right here.
So for you goose hunters out there, do you employ that much strategy into your sessions? It seems that if you know how to do it, you can really pattern these things out. I was always under the impression it was more like herding cats. Admittedly, I'm not a goose hunter, but getting involved in something like this sure could get addicting in a big way.