Brian Lovett wrote: I wasn't about to sit tight and let the hottest-gobbling turkey of spring get bored and walk away. Further, I'd heard too many "they-do-this-all-the-time" stories from landowners through the years, and I'd have none of it. So I grabbed my friend, and we slipped down the ridge, around the base of the hill and tight to the corner of the fence line. They turkey would only have to come 30 yards our way for my buddy to shoot it. I yelped, and the gobbler climbed all over it — from the spot we'd left five minutes earlier. Sure enough, after I'd gone silent for a few minutes, that rat got curious and crossed the fence.
Bobbyparks wrote: A good point...I'd agree that alot of obstacles are mental ....but most obstacles don't have to be that at all...just a requirementy to figure out the next move.
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