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Old 01-13-2010, 01:43 PM
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Spring Turkey Hunting, Tactics you want see on TV.


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great article there ronn!!!!
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That is a great article ronn, Now I can hardly wait for the spring season to get here... Vermonts spring turkey season May 1 May 31...
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thanks guys
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kinda makes me wana take another stab at turky hunting. i did it a few times, a few years ago but after another hunter wanted to shoot me for hunting the same area as him i decied to quit. i read the artical and if i decide to start turky hunting i will read it till i have it memorized.
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good article.
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sweet ronn. After all, being in the woods, turkeys, deer or whatever, we are in there backyard. getting anything to play our game, well that's why all of us call it hunting not killing. outsmarting,perdicting,outguessing,whatever you want to call it,that's the challange that we all love. one on one with nature..... great consept I'll try it this spring.
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thanks guys. spring turkey is a blast even with the days when the birds whip ya.
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kinda makes me wana take another stab at turky hunting. i did it a few times, a few years ago but after another hunter wanted to shoot me for hunting the same area as him i decied to quit. i read the artical and if i decide to start turky hunting i will read it till i have it memorized.
Go for it man it is very exciting hearing turkeys and watching/listening to the big boys strut.
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