Yeah You guys are right I guess I wasn't thinking about it from a new turkey hunters approach. So my advice could have been a little more constructed BUT spooked turkey or Not you'll still be ok.
Here's a clip from an Article titled
"Ten Secrets To Taking More Turkeys With Ray Eye"
In this article Hunterís Specialtiesí Pro Staffer Ray Eye Says and I quote:
"Donít Forget: Spooked Turkeys Are Still Takeable Turkeys:
Hunters often make the mistake of believing when they spook a turkey, or they shoot at a turkey and miss, they canít call that same turkey back on that same day. Iíve learned that turkeys forget pretty quickly. Mistakenly, turkey hunters assume that turkeys have human characteristics. You may remember missing or spooking a gobbler for days, weeks, even years, but more than likely, the turkey has forgotten whatís happened within 20 minutes. Many hunters over analyze a turkey and wonder what that turkey is thinking. That turkey isnít thinking about anything, heís just being a turkey.
Remember that everything spooks turkeys. Coyotes, bobcats, loud noises and mushroom hunters spook turkeys. By nature, turkeys are nervous birds. But turkeys donít quit breeding, eating, walking, roosting, drinking water or traveling because theyíve gotten spooked.
To take a turkey that you either have spooked or shot at and missed, change your position and your call, and try to take the turkey as though nothing has happened. Too, remember the turkey youíve missed or the turkey you spooked probably isnít the only gobbler in the area. So, when you change positions and switch calls, you have a very good chance of calling the turkey youíve spooked or calling another gobbler.
Spooking a gobbler off the roost is a common mistake many turkey hunters make. You think you know the tree that the turkey has flown into or the area where youíve last heard him, but when you reach that spot, you walk right under the turkeyís roost and flush him. Many hunters will think their hunts are over, but they arenít."
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