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Old 04-25-2012, 05:29 AM
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Default my strategy

I haven't really put alot of thought into my plan,yet
because these turkey's seem to be virtually "unscoutable" i'm going to just go day by day, if they're gobbling in one spot set up close to there the next morning.

I will try to hunt every morning from 5 am to 9 am,in the same woods, i feel if i can find them everyday and just keep setting up near where they were the previous day my plan would work eventually.

There's 9 toms around they some where, but these turkey's just move to much. one day some are eating off my nieghbors bird feeders, most days they're no were to be found, i even caught some under my apple trees one day. i just never know where they're going to be, and there not gobbling, ussaly when i'm outside i can here gobbles from both sides of the road (depending on how deep in the woods they are) but nothing so i think i will have to get pretty deep in the woods for even a chance.

what do you think?
these turkeys have been acting really weird this year, maybe the mild winter.

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Old 04-25-2012, 01:28 PM
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If you can find out where they are roosting it will help quite a bit.
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