I'm having some issues getting Windows to recognize my iPhone right now, but thankfully, a buddy got a shot of the end result on his and we could import a pic.
Bottom line: today was the first time I have ever killed a limit of Canada geese in a single flock. This means that I went 3-for-3 on shots/hits and consequently needed just one magazine-full of shells (legally restricted/plugged down to 3 total shots in the gun) to do it. Problem? One of the birds sailed far into the boggiest, nastiest cattail thicket I've ever tried to navigate. Even with a buddy helping look, we ran out of light before we could find it. I still retrieved the other two, but it's always a pisser to lose one that you saw fall. So, I sort of count it as a one-mag limit...and I sort of don't since I couldn't retrieve that last bird.
This was a quick hunt setup after work with some decent wind gust and overcast skies helping things along. That said, the birds waited until very late to fly. With just 10 minutes remaining in the legal shooting day, we had a flock come over us low in the marsh. It took almost no lead: I simply held on the tips of their bills and fired the 3" BB shot shells from my Benelli, stone-cold dropping all 3 geese. My buddy couldn't score a bird, but we'll be back again when the weather degrades later in the week. There were plenty of others flying with a little bit of legal light to spare.