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I have a few questions on late season huntin.

Old 04-25-2009, 09:38 AM
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Default I have a few questions on late season huntin.

Ok, I've been goin and all I'm seeing is hens by there self's I know there nesting right now but I have not been seeing any gobblers nor has anyone on the farm (aprox. 1000acres) and I did not even hear a bird gobble. It has been warm here latley will warm fronts kick them turkeys off? And do you guys have any tips on what to do usally its not like this.
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Old 04-25-2009, 12:36 PM
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Default RE: I have a few questions on late season huntin.

later in the season toms are just like bucks during the rut. if they have to travel a little bit to find a lady they will. remember just cause you dont hear on gobbling dont mean he aint there.
2 examples.
weds morning called one in but buddy couldnt get a shot as he walks away he doesnt gobble but clucks to tell my hen deke to follow
Fri morning bird comes to 100 yards of my setup without a single gobble. not even on the roost
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