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Old 10-27-2007, 01:02 PM
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Had an encounter with three BIG toms this morning. Started the morning off with a crow going nuts making a roosted Tom shock gobble that i was unaware, was roosted 30 yards to my right. Ends up there were three Toms. They pitched down and walked directly under my stand. The last tom was in full strut puring and chasing the other two huge Toms around all over the place [&:]whats up with that? (weirdo) No deer this morning but i found some promising very fresh nice sized rubs on the way out. My son had a big doe 5 yards in front of him this morning, he was only 12' off the ground and did not get busted. He is after horn now!! I have heard more turkeys gobbling this fall than ever before. almost everytime out. just rantin.
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did your son get that doe?
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Old 10-27-2007, 01:09 PM
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No, he gave that one a free pass He killed one last week out of the same stand. He said he is after bone now, since he is in doe's the bucks will come
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did your son get that doe?
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Old 10-27-2007, 01:22 PM
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ORIGINAL: bloodcreek

Had an encounter with three BIG toms this morning. Started the morning off with a crow going nuts making a roosted Tom shock gobble that i was unaware, was roosted 30 yards to my right. Ends up there were three Toms. They pitched down and walked directly under my stand.
Wish this would happen to me.Season isopenhere in IL. I would have blasted one of them. I seen abunch of turkeys last year during bow season, but I am yet to seeone while on stand this year.
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Maybe they were drinking Funky Cold Medina's....you Hammerhead....Lewis is going to get to the bottom of Smoke Stack going down......BAM[quote]ORIGINAL: bloodcreek

Had an encounter with three BIG toms this morning. Started the morning off with a crow going nuts making a roosted Tom shock gobble that i was unaware, was roosted 30 yards to my right. Ends up there were three Toms. They pitched down and walked directly under my stand. The last tom was in full strut puring and chasing the other two huge Toms around all over the place [&:]whats up with that? (weirdo) No deer this morning but i found some promising very fresh nice sized rubs on the way out. My son had a big doe 5 yards in front of him this morning, he was only 12' off the ground and did not get busted. He is after horn now!! I have heard more turkeys gobbling this fall than ever before. almost everytime out. just rantin.
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Old 10-28-2007, 12:39 PM
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Honcho, your always good for a laugh, keep it coming pal!
goherd: I had 4 huge toms in front of me for an hour this morning for an hour hope you get a crack at one. only seen one doe []
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Maybe they were drinking Funky Cold Medina's....you Hammerhead....Lewis is going to get to the bottom of Smoke Stack going down......BAM[quote]ORIGINAL: bloodcreek

Had an encounter with three BIG toms this morning. Started the morning off with a crow going nuts making a roosted Tom shock gobble that i was unaware, was roosted 30 yards to my right. Ends up there were three Toms. They pitched down and walked directly under my stand. The last tom was in full strut puring and chasing the other two huge Toms around all over the place [&:]whats up with that? (weirdo) No deer this morning but i found some promising very fresh nice sized rubs on the way out. My son had a big doe 5 yards in front of him this morning, he was only 12' off the ground and did not get busted. He is after horn now!! I have heard more turkeys gobbling this fall than ever before. almost everytime out. just rantin.
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