Turkeys everywhere

Discussion in 'MichiganTurkey.com' started by melvvin, Mar 18, 2008.

  1. melvvin

    melvvin

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    Traveled from Hemlock area to 15 miles north of Midland saw 8 diff. fields with at least 2 toms strutting in each one. The one field had 7 toms displaying to a group of hens. Man I'm gonna be a nervous wreck if this continues. My wife gets a digital camera on her birthday thursday hope she will let me use it too since i was nice enough to buy her a nicer one than she wanted just in case i can use it. Whoops i mean since she deserves it.:yikes:
     
  2. Mitchell Ulrich

    Mitchell Ulrich

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    Remember what you saw today the next time your out hunting and nothing is happening at all! It could be the difference between leaving for home and staying to hunt.

    Mitch
     

  3. Feather Mucker

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    Had to stop the car and let 4 young males stroll across the road in front of me. Looked to be about 18 lbs with 6-8 inch beards.
     
  4. Lil' Tanker

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    They are showing up everywhere.

    There are so many hens, something needs to happen.
    I think we all need to start shooting some hens in the fall.

    Tha problem is a doe is as good or better tasting than a buck.
    A hen will taste just like a tom and that is nothing special!!
     
  5. Ack

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    True, but just think...the more hens you can take off the property in the fall, the less competition YOU will have next spring calling that gobbler!