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Turkey Hunting is a Disease

Postby GomerPyle » Wed Apr 23, 2014 1:05 pm

Sorry, don't think vimeo can be embedded here.......looks like it will be a cool movie - here's the trailer

http://vimeo.com/91584334
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Re: Turkey Hunting is a Disease

Postby KRB » Wed Apr 23, 2014 1:14 pm

Looks like a cool movie.
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Re: Turkey Hunting is a Disease

Postby cobbeaux » Wed Apr 23, 2014 2:42 pm

Wouldn't know. Never had any urges to hunt the thunder chickens.
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Re: Turkey Hunting is a Disease

Postby GomerPyle » Wed Apr 23, 2014 2:49 pm

cobbeaux wrote:Wouldn't know. Never had any urges to hunt the thunder chickens.


I had absolutely zero interest in it until a few yrs ago.....then literally out of the blue one day I decided I REALLY wanted to try it. buddy took me a few times last year, didn't kill one but heard them gobble a few times and had a couple of birds working - I was hooked. I've got 7 more days this season to get my first turkey. *fingers crossed*
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Re: Turkey Hunting is a Disease

Postby cobbeaux » Wed Apr 23, 2014 3:10 pm

GomerPyle wrote:
cobbeaux wrote:Wouldn't know. Never had any urges to hunt the thunder chickens.


I had absolutely zero interest in it until a few yrs ago.....then literally out of the blue one day I decided I REALLY wanted to try it. buddy took me a few times last year, didn't kill one but heard them gobble a few times and had a couple of birds working - I was hooked. I've got 7 more days this season to get my first turkey. *fingers crossed*



I had a buddy ask me earlier this year if I either hunted/wanted to hunt them. I may consider it for next season.
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Re: Turkey Hunting is a Disease

Postby Botiz630 » Wed Apr 23, 2014 3:21 pm

A movie about Cujo?


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Re: Turkey Hunting is a Disease

Postby GomerPyle » Wed Apr 23, 2014 3:27 pm

cobbeaux wrote:
GomerPyle wrote:
cobbeaux wrote:Wouldn't know. Never had any urges to hunt the thunder chickens.


I had absolutely zero interest in it until a few yrs ago.....then literally out of the blue one day I decided I REALLY wanted to try it. buddy took me a few times last year, didn't kill one but heard them gobble a few times and had a couple of birds working - I was hooked. I've got 7 more days this season to get my first turkey. *fingers crossed*



I had a buddy ask me earlier this year if I either hunted/wanted to hunt them. I may consider it for next season.


let's put it this way.......I killed my first buck this past deer season, after 14yrs of deer hunting. I haven't killed a turkey yet, but I've called a few in and just hearing them respond to calling and come in, even though I haven't shot one yet, was WAY more exciting than killing my first buck.
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Re: Turkey Hunting is a Disease

Postby Cujo1 » Wed Apr 23, 2014 8:04 pm

I like turkey hunting
All turkeys must die!


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Re: Turkey Hunting is a Disease

Postby YJSONLY » Wed Apr 23, 2014 8:15 pm

cobbeaux wrote:
GomerPyle wrote:
cobbeaux wrote:Wouldn't know. Never had any urges to hunt the thunder chickens.


I had absolutely zero interest in it until a few yrs ago.....then literally out of the blue one day I decided I REALLY wanted to try it. buddy took me a few times last year, didn't kill one but heard them gobble a few times and had a couple of birds working - I was hooked. I've got 7 more days this season to get my first turkey. *fingers crossed*



I had a buddy ask me earlier this year if I either hunted/wanted to hunt them. I may consider it for next season.


Don't do it! You will have less money to spend on duck stuff! Thunder chickens are fun/work/rush/ a huge pain in the rear!!!
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Re: Turkey Hunting is a Disease

Postby Indaswamp » Wed Apr 23, 2014 8:57 pm

Cujo1 wrote:I like turkey hunting

turkey hunting is da devil!!!
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Re: Turkey Hunting is a Disease

Postby possumfoot » Wed Apr 23, 2014 9:05 pm

ehh.. took me 5 days to kill my 4.. i like eating them.. most of my turkey hunts are just early starts to morell hunting so i don't care too much if i kill em or not, but hey, if they want to make it that easy..
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Re: Turkey Hunting is a Disease

Postby 18javelin » Thu Apr 24, 2014 3:16 pm

Here turkey turkey... Gobble gobble yo....


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Re: Turkey Hunting is a Disease

Postby Huntfish12 » Fri Apr 25, 2014 5:35 am

Theres not a whole lot of turkeys in my state. Or atleast in my neck of the woods. Theres always been a season for them but their numbers have always been so low, that not many people hunted them. Well, now in the past 3 years or so, their numbers have taken off with the help of the state and NTF. Wouldnt ya know, the state steps in and makes it mandatory to take a turkey hunting class. I refuse to go after them cause 1- Ive never seen one while hunting, so I still think their a myth, and 2- Ive been hunting longer then the class has been around and dont need some wang telling me how to hunt and the state taking any more of my money.
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