JeffW wrote:Best decoy is no decoy. Get birds going in the woods and call em in, they always come to the sound, usually shoot them real close. There isn't any decoy for them to see 60 yards out and hang up wanting the hen to go to them
Professor_Leakey wrote:gettin' there...25 days to go
i havent scouted out my spots yet but will be in another week or two. nothing like hearing them gobble from the roost and then seeing/hearing them fly down. it's about time to get over to visit the farmer letting me hunt her fields, bring her a couple hatchery rainbows. maybe shoot the woodchuck that was eating her pumpkins last fall. baymen, if/when i get that rascally rodent i will be sure to post up the recipe. im thinking red wine, root vegetables, onions, pressure cooker.
love this time of year.
Cajun1085 wrote:I refuse to chase Toms on the public lands around me. I have heard the horror stories. It is not worth getting shot at.
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