I stalk turkeys every year, and I must say it is very difficult to get within shooting range of them.
ORIGINAL: deja vu
Guys.......whatever you practice yourself......I am not going to argue with you about it.....but, please stop promoting unsafe hunting practices in print, I am a hunter safety instructor and we try hard to keep young hunters safe, and I sure hope they don`t see this kind of stuff in print and think it`s ok..... the number one safety rule for turkey hunters in our course is......
"Don't stalk. More than half of turkey hunting injuries happen when one hunter stalks another"
And our state is not alone in this thought, from shamans topic about hunter safety from his states DNR.....
Don't Stalk - Do not stalk a turkey or turkey sounds or try to drive turkeys to another hunter. The chances of bagging a turkey by this method are slim, but the chances of becoming involved in a shooting are great. Always call the turkey to you.
Again, whatever your opinion may be about your stalking skill, just think for a minute and ask yourself... what if someone who reads these internet forums is involved in an accident because of something they may have read here?
Right back atcha bud...I wouldn't p*ss on your head if your hair was on fire. You didn't start this thread to "get people to thinking." You started it because you're a fecal agitator.
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