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Tes Randle Jolly

Postby Treerooster » February 9th, 2012, 10:32 am

I saw the interview with Tes Tandle Jolly on the home page. I found it very interesting, thanks for putting it up. She is an excellent photographer and I enjoy her pictures in the magazine.

She must have quite a few stories about turkeys from all the time she spends with them. What a great article, or maybe even a regular feature, that would make for the magazine. My thinking was there could be a picture or two that related to a story about turkeys or the particular situation shown in the picture.

Just an idea.
As far as this turkey thing......I know enough...to know enough...that I don't know enough

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Re: Tes Randle Jolly

Postby Fan Club » February 13th, 2012, 7:14 pm

Treerooster-

I can't seem to find the article you are referring to...I'm afraid it may have been replaced by Convention news. Can you provide a link for me?

Thanks bro!

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Re: Tes Randle Jolly

Postby Fan Club » February 13th, 2012, 7:34 pm

Found it by googling,TR...

It's in Brian's Blog. Evidently the link did drop off the main page as I suspected.

Good article and some great wild turkey observations there by a photographer. I would imagine us hunters would get to see a lot more if we didn't shoot one and then run the rest of them off!
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Re: Tes Randle Jolly

Postby Treerooster » February 14th, 2012, 10:41 am

Fan Club wrote:. I would imagine us hunters would get to see a lot more if we didn't shoot one and then run the rest of them off!


Good observation and I agree 100%.

I have often continued to "duck hunt" after I have got a limit just to learn more about what the birds will do.

I travel a lot for my turkey hunting and have tagged out pretty early on occasion. I have stayed and learned a bit more about the turkeys and the area at times too.

I have always said that hunters could learn a lot more about the game they hunt, if they just wouldn't shoot it. :D
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