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2010 Spring Gobbler Photos Thread

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Sorry. Hope it was a nice turkey you got there.

Thanks for posting.

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take you a empty tin can pack the bottom with 3" deep of powder , then load 15 oz of #5 and pack tigh put in you fuze. then put some hen scent on top of the can get the gobbler in close and bam flayed turkey

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lol...8gauge.. DUDE YOU MIGhT BE ON TO SOMETHING!!!! it seems as if Tucker did the same thing.. this is the finished product.. BAM! Diabetes...

 

 

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take you a empty tin can pack the bottom with 3" deep of powder , then load 15 oz of #5 and pack tigh put in you fuze. then put some hen scent on top of the can get the gobbler in close and bam flayed turkey

 

Wiley Coyote?

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maybe . but im just trying my best to be a successeful hunter

YUP i hear ya. and Dynamite at the local fishing hole works well too!!:D cuz I are a Perfessionel Fishrman!!:p

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Hope nobody minds a post about 2010 turkey hunting photos!

 

Conditions were tough. Birds living in backyards - being fed - can't blame them - much safer than those dark scary woods.....

 

Went in with high hopes, came out very happy to get the one bird!

 

Mt. Shasta, CA

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Hmmm, where would I go if I was a turkey?

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As thankful as you are for getting that bird, I am equally thankful for your post getting this thread back on track!

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Thanks, again, mudhen.

It's good to see that there are some actual hunters on these forums.

 

As always, your contributions to this site are immeasurable.

 

Very thankful for this guy!

 

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Very thankful for this guy!

 

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Thats a nice bird mudhen! Thats why I have been hunting Eastern Oregon, far less competition with private property. Almost a week into the season and I havent even been out yet! Its killin me. Should be out for a day next week and if unsuccesful I will go out for a few days the week after. Hopefully I will have a bird to show off to you guys!

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and YES senor Mudhen, nice pics!! im gonna try out the whole turkey blastin thing next season. ive been offered a seat on this yrs trip by some serious avid turkey hunters but had to pass due to work being too busy. next yr ill take some time off and give it my first try.:D maybe i too will get a chance to post a pic of a big M1014 i mean big turkey next season!!:p

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Great looking bird, 308.

I'd like to see a picture of that call too!

 

My 2nd bird of the season killed this afternoon. Called in with an aluminum pot call I made :D

 

 

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Tucker301,

I'll try to post a pic of the call tomorrow. This is my best "Mudhen inspired" photo of that bird with the call. I bought the pot, the aluminum surface, and the slate sound board from Brookside for a total of about $12. Another $10 in finish and glue. I used a mandrel from a drum sanding bit in an electric drill to turn the call for sanding. I know this description sounds bad but it turned out great. I now have a lathe and hope to turn some great calls. img65142.jpg

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If you've never tried this technique, you should give it a shot.

We see and hear turkeys all of the time when we're duck hunting, so it just makes sense to go back in the Spring in search of a gobbler or two.

 

We heard this old boy on the roost, but had a little bit of difficulty figuring out which side of the winding creek he was on.

 

Finally got it worked out.

 

Made the adjustment and setup for him.

He got hung up on the other side of a big drainage ditch and swampy bottom, but when I hit the sweet notes, he couldn't stand it any longer.

 

Enjoying some coffee and honey buns back at the boat.

 

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No catch & release today!

 

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