Quiver, I currently live about 3 hours from my family land I've been hunting since I was a kid, which is killing me, so I have no idea what they've been doing lately. I know they usually kick in and start gobbling right around opening week and the week after, but this warm spell could have fired em up a little last week. I heard people around here saying they were gobbling pretty good but I couldn't get down here to check. I stayed with my parents last night so I could get up and go listen this morning, but the wind was whippin around 25 mph so I wasn't able to hear anything. It's been nice and warm the past two weeks, and the one weekend I find time to come down a cold front moves through and it's miserable with this wind. Gonna be nice again next week when I'm back at the plant, ahhhh life. I did see one hen ease out into the road this morning for about 20 seconds, but nothing to get excited over. We're letting a guy plant corn this year and he's been cutting and disking here recently. We'll have 30 acres of fresh dirt by opening day so there should be more turkey activity soon. Gonna be raining in the morning, I'll probably stop into the land and check the fields before heading back to reality.
Go afield with a good attitude, with respect for the wildlife you hunt and for the forest and fields in which you walk. Immerse yourself in the outdoor experience. It will cleanse your soul and make you a better person. - Fred Bear