Introducing Our New Online Pro-Staffers

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Treerooster
 
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Re: Introducing Our New Online Pro-Staffers

Postby Treerooster » June 16th, 2012, 7:56 am

Jellyhead wrote:Gary: I picked up your post and photos on the Mark Strand thread, and from there made my way to your blog post on "Turkeys From A Tent"- one of the best 'how to's' I've ever read.


Thanks for the compliment. I appreciate that.

Hope you get out there and do some camping too.
As far as this turkey thing......I know enough...to know enough...that I don't know enough

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Re: Introducing Our New Online Pro-Staffers

Postby misoiltester » June 17th, 2012, 12:38 pm

Sorry I'm late in posting .. guess I just didn't see this tread :o

Bobby & Gary, Gongrats for sure,this is a great pick for T & TH ;)
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Re: Introducing Our New Online Pro-Staffers

Postby Dixie Belle » June 17th, 2012, 5:36 pm

Just got back from the "high-up" in N.C. Congratulation boys, well chosen!!! :D
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Re: Introducing Our New Online Pro-Staffers

Postby glenhunter » July 21st, 2012, 10:59 pm

Brian, two excellent choices! Two talented men with a wealth of experiences. Welcome aboard gentlemen :D



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Re: Introducing Our New Online Pro-Staffers

Postby TheCallDr » August 26th, 2012, 6:27 pm

Glad to see you guys on here.

Have a question for each. What do each of you remember was a turning point in your early years that made you feel confident as a turkey hunter?

When I started I was always second guessing everything I did. It was should I call, what call to make and if I should have not made that last call for example. The turning point for me was when I started shooting Video. When I did not have a gun in my hand and was filming another experienced hunter, I was able to see the hunt from a different perspective and kinda connected some dots. One in particular was me taking shots out of fear the turkey was going to see me or thought he had. I was taking long shots I should not have ( wish I had heavy shot back then..lol ) . With the camera in my hand I learned when the turkey lifted his head up to look for that calling, it was not that he saw me or about to bust me. He was just looking and would soon ( which seemed forever ) drop down and continue coming forward.
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Re: Introducing Our New Online Pro-Staffers

Postby Cut N Run » September 11th, 2012, 4:59 pm

Congratulations guys! This site just got even better.

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Re: Introducing Our New Online Pro-Staffers

Postby Fan Club » February 9th, 2013, 10:26 am

Very late jumping on this one, but congrats to Bobby and Gary!

Can't think of two more deserving, contributing members of this forum or better turkey hunters. Have a great spring!

Jeff
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