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Ya'll kill many turkeys in GA?

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  1. River

    River Senior Refuge Member

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    If so, where exactly. Be specific.

    River :D
     
  2. Sling

    Sling Refuge Member

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    I heard there's some on the Coosa...
     
  3. markethunter

    markethunter Elite Refuge Member

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    no no no no no.

    They keep all the turkeys at Mallard Place:D .
     
  4. Sling

    Sling Refuge Member

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    I've got to check that place out. I hear SO MUCH about it.
     
  5. Covehnter

    Covehnter Senior Refuge Member

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    I saw 5 one time on the shore of my duck pond but i dont think they will ever return, the pintails just wouldnt quit harassing them!:D
     
  6. Sling

    Sling Refuge Member

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    Somebody ought to shoot them!
     
  7. River

    River Senior Refuge Member

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    I'll shoot'em!

    River :D
     
  8. JDAWG

    JDAWG Senior Refuge Member

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    cove, call me 678-819-6175
     
  9. markethunter

    markethunter Elite Refuge Member

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    gagoosebuster told me that he saw a bunch of turkeys on time around the Coosa,

    It was a rainy morning, not much unlike this one........

    He was watching a group of 30 pound Gobblers on the far bank feeding, when all at once...........

    a flock of rabbid Wigeon (in full color), flew down out of the fog and pecked them all to death,

    Just be careful if you're over that way.:D Make sure you take your shotgun if you go out after dark.


    :l
     
  10. duckwho

    duckwho Senior Refuge Member

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    sounds familiar, was that on the upper Coosa, or the lower Coosa?
     

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