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Discussion in 'Turkey Hunting' started by deerjw, Mar 9, 2015.
I was wondering if anyone has heard any gobbling?
I haven't been out to listen ,but I know that some are strutting !
Yes. Been hearing roost gobbling fairly regularly on sunny mornings. Temp doesn't seem to matter as long as it's clear.
Got a report yesterday they was gobbling good on the limb but once hitting the ground not so much. This was in Knox county
Went out this morning to listen (Scott Co). Heard about ten different birds. They were rocking on the roost and got quiet about 10 minutes after flydown. One day closer!
Heard several this morning on the roost. One got fired up at some crows mid morning. Saw a nice bird through the binos.
Season is too late, it's too late......Hahaha. ..
Birds was a hammering in Richmond yesterday
Heard a few from the back porch this morning on the roost then they shut up after fly down. Got in my truck and drove to town seen two toms in two seperate places strutting there stuff for about 30 ladys. It has began for sure.
Stopped this morning on my way to work where I turkey hunt and they where gobbling good on the roost then nothing I can't wait till season opener
Had two toms blowed up strutting a group of 7-8 hens on our food plot Sunday afternoon. Which there were about 5 dark birds to theirselves on the far end of that same field that I believe we're jakes.
Seems things are getting into full swing fairly quick now on my end. Been seeing a few full fans in fields around home as well.
Going to be a long 4 weeks until season opens if this weather stays mild...LOL.. The last few days sure have screamed spring is finally here.
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Be poults on the ground not long after season comes in
Heard the first today. Have not been out scouting but while I was working on shed. He seemed pretty tore up about something.
Heard first gobbler of the year yesterday morning. Long way off but was fired up, if it stays warm they will start breeding soon.