I'm itchin' to get out & about to see what's going on at the lease. I intend to do just that this weekend. I went to Dothan, Ala. last weekend with my wife for her to pick up a new horse trailer. I'll tell you what, that is some pretty country. There is a lot of forested land and not a huge human population. It made me think back to before this place got as built up as it is. Southwest of Atlanta in Georgia was the same. I saw a few turkeys in Alabama, including one longbeard that was by himself in a hardwood draw between two planted pine fields. I'm going to have to look into taking some time to return to hunt that part of the world.
Meanwhile, I'll go see what I can find on our lease. I plan to ease through a few of the regular turkey haunts to see what volume of sign is like there. I might throw a few limbs on the brushpile blinds we have. I'm sure those high winds we had a week ago took down plenty of limbs.
I hope you find a gobbler with your name on it, Mark. I'll post about what I see when I go scouting.
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