Forum member DonMcJr submitted this video of turkeys captured on his food plot trail camera. He says the birds are fighting. What do you think?
The gobbler hammered from almost the same spot. As we waited patiently in a timbered bottom about 150 yards away, he flew down and shut
up. A few minutes later, however, a faint gobble let us know that he was farther up in the timber. We abandoned our setup and closed the distance. Read
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Several more owl hoots provoked numerous gobbles, and we nailed down the turkey's roost tree. Read
The chase involved crossing the flooded creek via a slippery log. And even after we navigated that, we had to crawl the field edge to get a visual on the gobbler. Read
The bird was in a timbered creek bottom bordered on two sides by massive fields. With the creek being so high, we'd have to get close to the longbeard to call him in. Read