Who's ready for turkey season?

Discussion in 'Turkey Hunters Forum' started by redleg06, Jan 29, 2008.

  1. dakndug

    dakndug Moderator Moderator

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    Guess it's time to rub the coonpenis bones together huh Muddyduck?

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  2. redleg06

    redleg06 Elite Refuge Member

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    So I started looking around for the spurs I had been saving so that I could start working on one of those spur necklaces and I found one lone leg and all the beards.... The rest of the spurs were supposed to be with the beards and I am guessing that when we moved the bag they were all in got opened some how and they fell out or...................

    my wife tossed them when she got the chance cause she doesnt think very highly of them. Either way, I have 3 spurs to my turkey hunting career as of this moment and 2 of them are on the strutter that is mounted in my living room:mad:
     
  3. JShelton

    JShelton Elite Refuge Member

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    Sounds like you need to beat your wife more often.:no :l
     
  4. kykiller2

    kykiller2 Senior Refuge Member

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    BRING IT!:yes My dad is logging our farm right now.:eek: I hope they're done by season. I can't hardly wait.
     
  5. dakndug

    dakndug Moderator Moderator

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    Redleg,

    Feel your pain, went thru a divorce and the ex sold or tossed all my horns and beards and spurs except for the pair I posted and those taken since I left. Talk about fuming mad! :eek:



     
  6. The Pintailman

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    I use the clear silicone.
     
  7. JShelton

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    Our place is getting cut right now. I don't think it will effect my birds, but it will be really annoying if they decide to work on Saturdays.

    Me and a good friend on the refuge listened to a gobbler that was less than 100 yards from a logging crew. These birds down here really know whats going on.
     

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