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Old 04-04-2012, 09:06 PM   #1
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So what does everybody think about how the early spring is gonna effect the turkeys and being able to get them to respond to calls



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Old 04-04-2012, 10:46 PM   #2
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So what does everybody think about how the early spring is gonna effect the turkeys and being able to get them to respond to calls
The gobblers should be less likely to be "henned up". Although weather on the warmer side tends to shut gobbling activity down. Gobble on the roost, then for a few minutes after fly down then go into stealth mode.


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Ahh crap I gotta renew my hunting license. Can't believe I forgot. Thanks for the reminder.

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Yea I went out scouting today and they weren't real vocal

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I got this one early. Nice old bird.



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I got this one early. Nice old bird.
Now that my friend is a trophy caliber bird. Definitely worth the time invested to harvest.
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