Turkey Hunting

Started by lefty87, February 28, 2018, 02:07:22 PM

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lefty87

Who else has turkey fever?  Post up pics of turkeys you've gotten in the past and what is everyones rainy day go to call to use in the field.  I prefer to use a pot call, but anyone have tips on good strikers to use in the rain? Well in a light rain?

ChrisS

Awesome pics, thanks for posting!
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Loggy

Nice Lefty!!!  I like the Cody Carbon-Tipped Hickory striker in damp conditions.

One of my favorite hunting seasons here in PA!! Pic of a Northern PA longbeard I bagged:

lefty87

Loggy awesome bird.  Now the striker you talk about.  Where do I reckon I can find one of those.

I would love to get birds in every state, right now I am trying to get a bird in every county here in DE.   Then migrate.  I think that'd be a cool thing to do.

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capt. ron

Season opens April 7th here in Louisiana.  I plan to be in the woods.  Hopefully a bear won't walk up on me like last year. :laugh: :laugh:  30 yards.  That's to close.

Ronnie
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Professor_Leakey

here's a farm-cross bird i shot last year. didn't notice the white on the wings until after i shot it.  it was pretty cool.
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lefty87

Wow! amazing bird.  That is a once in a life time bird right there.  Unless you raid the farm's turkey coop.  :)

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