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Old 04-05-2006, 02:03 PM
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Default RE: Turkeys in the Rain

Bloodstayn,
I've killed many of my best turkey's in the rain. Like SpurIA said, find the areas where it opens up. Preferably, near a pasture or open field. Turkey's love to hit the fields when it starts to rain. As long as it ain't lightning and turkey season is in...I'm going to be out there. Now, if the rain is pouring then I'll wait it out in my truck. If the rain is lightlycoming down, then I'll put me on some rain gear and hit the trails. Most of the time when the rain starts, hens will head torwards the nest to keep eggs warm, so this leaves the gobbler vulnerable to your sweet calls. Good luck and be safe this upcoming weekend!

David Ellis
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