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    2020 turkey season

    Been listening in the mornings for gobblers, nothing yet. Wondering if taxidermists are an essential business.
    Where's the Kaboom? There was supposed to be an earth shattering Kaboom.

    Marvin the Martian

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    HV4's will ruin the chance of a euro mount.

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    Marksman

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    Heard 3 this morning.

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    Toms been strutting here for about 2 weeks.

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    Sharpshooter

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    Heard several way back on March 7th while hiking in the Deam north of the fire tower. Our season comes in too late.

    Dirty Steve

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    Plinker

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    OMG. Iím getting excited. I canít wait. Dnr sent out a email that said hunting and fishing are essential activities. I got blasted for not caring about human life on another thread cause I mentioned going fishing during the travel restrictions. I love this time of year.

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    Do you know of any good guides or general advice for Turkey hunting? I've done deer and upland bird before, but last fall we saw a good size flock near our house and I'm debating getting a license and taking a crack at it, but I don't know much more than take a shotgun and hide near the edge of the woods.

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    My woods in Martinsville have been quiet. Hoping that changes soon!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PracticalJon View Post
    Do you know of any good guides or general advice for Turkey hunting? I've done deer and upland bird before, but last fall we saw a good size flock near our house and I'm debating getting a license and taking a crack at it, but I don't know much more than take a shotgun and hide near the edge of the woods.
    Lots of good advice on You Tube. It's harder than you might think. We always have an abundance of turkeys all spring right up until our late Indiana season starts and then the hens are on the nests and the Toms must be sleeping off all their lovin' and no show most of the time.

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    Plinker

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    Quote Originally Posted by PracticalJon View Post
    Do you know of any good guides or general advice for Turkey hunting? I've done deer and upland bird before, but last fall we saw a good size flock near our house and I'm debating getting a license and taking a crack at it, but I don't know much more than take a shotgun and hide near the edge of the woods.
    start out and do just that. Find a spot they are hanging out. Listen for gobbles. Then go after him
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