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Old 04-04-2013, 06:53 PM   #1
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Any other brewers out there big turkey hunters? Youth weekend coming this weekend. Taking my olderst (8years old) out for his first hunt ever.

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Old 04-04-2013, 06:59 PM   #2
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Yep...opener is on the 15th. Which sucks because I'm an accountant doing tax returns on that day. We used to slay the toms when I lived in Montana. Not so easy around here... Good luck!

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Depends on how you look at it. They are a pest on the farm and are dealt with as such from time to time.

I do have hunters come in. Youth weekend is the end of the month here. Last year a couple of young brothers doubled up on one. 18# I think it was. It was one of two toms coming in to an easily accessible area and I had advised them where to be and when, as close as you can predict anyway. That was a Sunday and Monday a red fox grabbed the other tom in my yard about 5:30 AM. I did get pictures.

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I don't go huntin'....I go killin'. Our season opener isn't till the 22nd....look out. Mmmm, apple wood smoked wild gobbler

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I get a turkey EVERY time I go hunting for them. They are in the same place every time. It is at the back of the store in the frozen meats section and also in the meat refrigerators.

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Old 04-06-2013, 10:22 PM   #6
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Our season opened on March 15. I've been every day since. It has been a slow season thus far, but things are starting to get better.

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Depends on how you look at it. They are a pest on the farm and are dealt with as such from time to time.

I do have hunters come in. Youth weekend is the end of the month here. Last year a couple of young brothers doubled up on one. 18# I think it was. It was one of two toms coming in to an easily accessible area and I had advised them where to be and when, as close as you can predict anyway. That was a Sunday and Monday a red fox grabbed the other tom in my yard about 5:30 AM. I did get pictures.
Can u post some pics?
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I don't go huntin'....I go killin'. Our season opener isn't till the 22nd....look out. Mmmm, apple wood smoked wild gobbler
I love smoked wild turkey. And the apple wood goes well with it. Have u ever cubed it and deep fried it? AMAZING
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Our season opened on March 15. I've been every day since. It has been a slow season thus far, but things are starting to get better.
There not very vocal in the beginning of the season. There locked up with hens!! Good luck
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I'd love to go sometime. Never have and none of my buddies do it, so its difficult to forsee myself ever going ;(

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