My new hunting property

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poorhunter

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This is a farm that borders another farm I have permission to hunt, and another non-hunting friend bought it. It has a pasture that always has had turkeys galore all spring long. Usually 5-8 toms strutting their stuff, unwilling to come across the line. Well, lets see what happens THIS April :super: . Almost always hear them gobble when I deer hunt too, which is just plain fun to listen to, especially since there's about 20 toms in this winter flock.
 
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TW":w93yxdci said:
Looks like you need a hunting partner! Wish I was closer ole buddy! :lol:

Lol! I almost always take a kid when I turkey hunt, and this year I've got big goals. Friend of mine from college days will be coming for a week, and I plan on lining up 10-15 kids for hunts that week. I have 10 different farms to hunt that hold good populations, this one being the best. Our hope is to get several on camera even though we've never tried it.
 

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