Youth turkey hunt

Discussion in 'Youth Forum' started by chessie Man JR., Mar 31, 2004.

  1. chessie Man JR.

    chessie Man JR. Senior Refuge Member

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    This year there is a youth tukey hunt 10th and 11th of April. I think it is 16 and under. Anybody planning on going?

    Spencer
     
  2. DanDan

    DanDan Senior Refuge Member

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    Have fun who ever goes:tu
     
  3. huntgeeseya

    huntgeeseya Senior Refuge Member

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    i anint got anywhere to turkey hunt
     
  4. chessie Man JR.

    chessie Man JR. Senior Refuge Member

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    It is for Washington. Forgot to say that.:eek:
     
  5. DownThePipe

    DownThePipe Elite Refuge Member

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    We are taking my brother for the youth turkey hunt....I'm a couple years too old- so I get to call for him I guess. I guess it will be like last youth waterfowl day when I went with my brother...let's just say--it was discouraging to watch ducks get out of the decoys after 3 shots at under 25 yards. Oh well, it was his first hunt ever, and turkeys arent that hard to hit...:tu
     
  6. Alrik-MN

    Alrik-MN Senior Refuge Member

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    It'd be nice if we had one. Could of dumped a couple along the road today, but wouldnt have anyway. Gotta get them the fun way by calling and watching strut. What a rush!
     
  7. migrator1187

    migrator1187 Senior Refuge Member

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    I'm going on the youth hunt but not the one in washington.
    Our youth hunt in maryland is on the 17th. They've been gobblin to my slate right behind the house.
     

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