Thanks for the info folks I had a man in church Sunday tell me that he has herd some. I think he is full of something. I have not herd any ether. He my but all the folks I talk to in the area say the same as you folks do not a thing.I have seen alot on the farm on the move. Can wait tell season. Thanks
You'll here some gobbles as early as Feb., but only before flydown. They'll gobble very little on the ground. Give it a couple of weeks and they'll become a lot more vocal. If we were to get some warm weather, they'd really turn on.
I'm heading to Morgan co. at first light to hit the ponds and scout birds. I hope to hear a few gobblers. Just primed my slate call with a little steel wool. Still sounds a bit rusty. Ill be ready come April. Man, I love spring!
i was in a hurry earlier so i didn't get to tell you guys everything. right off the roost we had 4 jakes and 2 toms fly down and walk away choking on themselves gobbling so much. then we walked to our next set up spot but before we could get there we were cut off by THE BOSS with what sounded like 3 or 4 hens cutting. so in other words we had a greeeaaat morning. hope everyone has this much LUCK scouting.
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