Patience kills, bird #2 down.

Discussion in 'Turkey Hunters Forum' started by Dan Mallia, Apr 10, 2017.

  1. Dan Mallia

    Dan Mallia Elite Refuge Member

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    Thanks! It sure did!!!!
     
  2. Dan Mallia

    Dan Mallia Elite Refuge Member

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    Thank you! I love the challenge of bowhunting turkeys!
     
  3. JuvieCoot

    JuvieCoot Elite Refuge Member

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    Good stuff Dan
     
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  4. MJ

    MJ Administrator Moderator Flyway Manager

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    Add a potato that's about the size of a turkey head to the mix. Hang it a few inches in front of the pillow.



    Slow motion video of the wreckage!
     
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    burgawboy Elite Refuge Member

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    Is that how you make your "home fries"?
     
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    Neat video and great going & congrats :tu
     
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    Dan, your videos, as well as your hunting escapades are downright impressive.
     
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    Congratulations! It is a challenge with a shotgun, even more with a bow! After some thirty-odd spring turkey seasons, have gotten most (only 14 WMA birds) before 10:00 am. We have to quit at 1:00 pm. though some WMA's are experimenting with all day hunting...might fare better with afternoon opps, but at least I can still scout the afternoons and take a well-deserved rest in the middle.
     

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