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Call to let other hunters know you are there?

Old 04-03-2013, 03:36 PM
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Originally Posted by w123t View Post
Good idea, I suggest the goose call, there shouldn't
Be any geese on the ground in the Turkey woods
And you would think that would clue in all but the
Densest hunter that someone else is nearby.
Last Spring I had Geese out in the field way before the Turkeys.

One Spring I was Mushroom hunting after Hunting hours.Got between Turkeys and Poachers,they started shooting,I did plenty of hollering.

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Old 04-03-2013, 08:58 PM
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I have been set up on roosts before light only to have hunters come in calling not far from me so I just owl call and they go away.

I hunted fort Carson for too long, had a guy come in after me and shoot a hen off the roost I was set up on, another time I was set up before light had a gobbler talking with my decoys set up and a hunter came to the callingafter light and walked right through my decoys, so no gobbler for me, another time a guy shot my jake decoy. I stopped hunting it when I was about to shoot a long beard and right behind him came to hunters that heard the tom gobbling and me calling to him.

You want a Colorado turkey, lots of em on Carson but you risk your life!
Thank god I take my time, and pay attention.
To many leave their ethics at the hunter safety class.
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Old 04-06-2013, 01:55 PM
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Originally Posted by Charlie P View Post
JW, As far as moving on if you see another truck. How do you know which side of the road they are hunting on?

I would never intentionally interfere with someone else's hunt but if I left every time I saw another truck on the road I wouldn't get much hunting in.
Well if you get out of the truck and listen - it might be easy to tell....but me I'd still move on and always have.....

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Old 04-06-2013, 02:40 PM
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My concern with getting out of the truck and
listening is---so you hear someone calling
on one side of the road, doesn't mean someone
else didn't bail out of that truck and is currently
sitting quietly on the other side of of the road.
That's why I just move on.
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