Monday, March 18, 2013

damn turkeys












We went out this morning for our first real turkey hunt. We had several turkeys fly right over us from their roost. Problem is that they landed on the other side of the river. We called for a bit but with no response so we went searching for them. We never found them but we got to see a lot more of the beautiful green swamp. On the way home we saw some turkeys on a piece of private property. We stopped and called to them. It was fun to watch the Tom strut and listen to him gobble when I would call to him. I took a picture but the zoom only goes so far and the picture leaves much to be desired. If you click on the picture it should make it larger.

3 comments:

Sara said...

Looks like an amazing location for turkey hunting.
One question, what calls did you use? Can you just use goose calls? I never went turkey hunting before, always sticked to waterfowling, but I definitely want to try it in the near future. Any tips that you can give from your first hunt? Something you would do differentely?
A pretty swampy area, which <a href="http://www.wadinglab.com/best-hunting-camo-patterns/>camo patterns</a> did you guys use there? Looks like something from Realtree, or am I wrong? Completely blends into the environment.
Thanks in advance!
Sara

Sara loves duck hunting said...


Looks like an amazing location for turkey hunting.
One question, what calls did you use? Can you just use goose calls? I never went turkey hunting before, always sticked to waterfowling, but I definitely want to try it in the near future. Any tips that you can give from your first hunt? Something you would do differentely?
A pretty swampy area, which camo patterns did you guys use there? Looks like something from Realtree, or am I wrong? Completely blends into the environment.
Thanks in advance!
Sara

Kevin Fleeman said...

Turkeys city hunt has indeed so damn for trip or travelling in searching individuals things for several life which is like horror. that is those environment and relevant places are so dangerous for travelers.