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It's not too late to pick up the nescessities for your Turkey Season.
 
If you are not prepared, we have several things that are great and will help your next pursuit to be successful!
 
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we have a TON of turkey on our place, need to go after them this year
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I bet that took awhile!
 
I am hunting turkey this year with a bow, little more challenge.
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Originally posted by Rancid Coolaid Rancid Coolaid wrote:

I bet that took awhile!
 
I am hunting turkey this year with a bow, little more challenge.
 
So am I.
 
Really looking foward to it. We will see how it goes.
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wonder what kind of turkeys they have in Salang Pass
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Originally posted by Skylar McMahon Skylar McMahon wrote:

Originally posted by Rancid Coolaid Rancid Coolaid wrote:

I bet that took awhile!
 
I am hunting turkey this year with a bow, little more challenge.
 
So am I.
 
Really looking foward to it. We will see how it goes.

Me 3, Hope to go next week and set a couple blinds so by openin day they'll think nothing of it. Went crow huntin this morning and had to all but stop for a tom to cross the road. 8 or 9" beard, a shooter for sure. Not too far from one of my future blind sets. Hunted that spot last yr but waited too close to season to set the blind. They were way spooky around it so I went else where.

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Originally posted by Kickboxer Kickboxer wrote:

wonder what kind of turkeys they have in Salang Pass


I think they're called sunni and shia

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Dang… I was hoping for Osceola…
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Only if you have a source to import!! Maybe bugsNbows can round up a couple. If you can slip a quart to one of the C-130 pilots headin that way he might drop em off for ya. Better try to get 4 to make sure a couple survive the combat landings!!
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Dude, we're using C-5's…  I can get a LOT of turkeys on one of those...
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You must get a lot more out of a quart than most!!!
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Originally posted by Kickboxer Kickboxer wrote:

Dang… I was hoping for Osceola…


Those are just SE of your home. And some of the best things to hunt.
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Yea, we only have Easterns here.  However, my favorites are Merriam's… most beautiful of the turkey "kinds" by far.  
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I will have to respectfully disagree.

Rio's are the best and most beautiful to me.
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Originally posted by Skylar McMahon Skylar McMahon wrote:

I will have to respectfully disagree.

Rio's are the best and most beautiful to me.

To each his own… I find the Rios pretty bland compared to Merriam's.  Rios are not very colorful, rather bland in color.

Merriam's:


Rio Grande:



The girl is better looking, but the turkey isn't...
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