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Old May 5th, 2021, 09:22 AM #71
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You should go for it.Taking males won't affect the population.All the hens have been bred by now anyway
He was following one yesterday.

I'm going to try down the shore next week.

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I did take the neighbor out yesterday. We heard two gobblers early. Had to be out of the woods by 8 to get the kids, so we didn't stick around long enough to lure anyone

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I headed out Yesterday. I finally heard some birds Gobbling early. I stayed out until noon, I didn't see any birds, but just being out in the woods on a beautiful day, and at least hearing some
Gobbling was a win for me. I was stalked down by a young hunter who was interested in my slate call clucks and purrs.
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I've stopped hearing any gobbling in the area I've been hunting. Does that mean they've been harvested or is the breeding over?
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I've stopped hearing any gobbling in the area I've been hunting. Does that mean they've been harvested or is the breeding over?
Sometimes they respond to pressure too and stop gobbling.

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