Silverwidgeon wrote:Turkey charge. Honestly I'm pretty new to turkey hunting, I've only shot three, so my advice must be taken with a grain of salt. But of those three Turkeys. One was called in, One marched right over me with a bunch of buddies as I waited on his daily path. The other would not come down off of his hill, so I stalked him, then I charged him.
BB12 wrote:Well this is what happened to me last year. opening day there was a group of gobblers and they where running around me all morning. I had decoys set out and I was using hen calls those didnt seem to work. Every time I did a hen call they would shut up and they would stop walking. So then I switched to a gobble call and that really excited them. But they would stay in the trees about 75 yards I couldnt ever see em but I could hear there footprints and their throat noises they make. I ended up seeing them when I tryed to cut em off and there was 6 toms in that group but they were moving to fast for me to get a shot. Then I had similar situation several other times with different birds in different spots. It just seemed that the only call that was working was the gobble call.
BB12 wrote:Hi I live here in southern utah and I need some advice on hunting late season gobblers, my hunt sarts on may 4. I drew this hunt last year and i had troubles gettn the birds to come close to my calls. they would circle me for bout 15 minutes staying bout 100 yards out and then they would loose interest. You guys know of any tips or tactics I could use so this doesnt happen to me this year. thanks
BB12 wrote:Mainly Rios but there are meriams in the area.
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