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Old 03-15-2013, 05:28 AM
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well I know Turkey season is still a month & a half away here but with all the Turkeys I am seeing Strutting & Gobblin already, I am Itching bad. I just ordered a new handmade pot call from Wiggins calls here in NH. Pot will be made out of Bloodwood & the friction surface will be copper can't wait to get it & start messing with the Tom's
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Old 03-15-2013, 02:33 PM
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gobble gobble
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Haven't gotten into the turkey hunting. The turkeys we see in PA are a hit or miss thing. Last fall we didn't see a single one, year before I saw 30.
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Theyre still pretty flocked up here still. No loners just yet. Hens are concentrated tight and the toms are with them strutting up a storm.
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turkey season opened today here. seen one jake. but have a new spot to go to,fresh burned woods a turkey haven
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