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Discussion in 'Turkey Hunting' started by perrymax, May 18, 2020.
Turkeys are a nuisance on my farm. It’s nothing to see 25-30 at a time.
Good for you.nothing like that here.turkeys are on a down hill slide.i promise.something needs done.its more then coons and such too.
I can come take care of that nuisance for you.
Lol.. missed season this year . I’m another one of them hated OOS hunters.
But seriously..... maybe it’s just my county but they are literally everywhere!
well thats 30 minutes of my life ill never get back. i read that whole thread and was hoping to figure out how to kill a turkey.......damn
If you were hoping to figure out how to kill a turkey from a thread titled “Eliminate Fall Turkey Hunting”, then you need more practice reading. LOL
I don’t have the experience hunting turkeys as long as some, but the places I’ve hunted I’ve seen lots of turkeys in the fall.
From what I’ve heard and read, Turkey population can fluctuate a great deal in a short amount of time. It’s probably difficult to get an accurate grasp on real numbers with the population varying so wildly in different parts of the state.
For what it’s worth, I wouldn’t loose sleep over no fall turkey season, or limiting it to two bird or something. I’ve only ever taken one in the fall, and it was with my bow while I was deer hunting.
Same here. Killed 1 in Fall, ever, with xbow deer hunting.
I'm not a highly experienced turkey hunter (I love hunting them though!) but the only ones I've come across in fall were in private land fields on my way to public land haha! I usually get really excited seeing a bunch of them out there only to end up not seeing/hearing a single turkey on public land. A few dedicated turkey hunters I know have had great luck calling them in fall but I haven't had much success.
I prefer spring turkey if only for the fact that I'm usually missing hunting badly by the time it rolls around.
agree with your opinion