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    Spring Turkey

    Any luck with the birds this spring? I headed out to MO for 4 days last week and couldn't get it done. Anybody successful this spring?

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    I helped my buddy take a great western slope bird. It ended up having a 10 1/8" beard, 1" spurs, and wieghed right at 20 pounds.

    By the way Thad wieghs 380 pounds and is just over 6' tall. Congrats again buddy !



    Quinton

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    MuleyHunter, thanks for sharing. Congrats!

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    Great pic Quinton!

    I killed a tom yesterday morning. It required that I draw on all of my remedial turkey hunting skills, when a flock of them walked through my front yard, and gobbled upon the closing of the the front door on my way to DMV.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Umpqua Hunter View Post
    Great pic Quinton!

    I killed a tom yesterday morning. It required that I draw on all of my remedial turkey hunting skills, when a flock of them walked through my front yard, and gobbled upon the closing of the the front door on my way to DMV.
    Jim that is just to good ! Congrats !!

    Q

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    i got a good bird out in eastern Kansas

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    My season starts in a couple of days

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    I got two in MO this year, 20 lb and 21 lb. Populations in my part of the state are still down somewhat from poor hatches a few years ago. Glad I got my turkeys, so I could switch over to crappie fishing during the spawn.

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    I got a nice one the first weekend of Missouri's season! I only hunted 3 days and heard more gobbling this year in those 3 days than the last 2 years combined.

 

 

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