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deja vu
 
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RE: Turkey Handle

Postby deja vu » February 7th, 2009, 1:48 pm

Nice work _doc!
I just load them in the vest [;)]
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RE: Turkey Handle

Postby greyghost » February 7th, 2009, 2:20 pm

ORIGINAL: wisturkeyhunter

You guys are over thinking this one just grab the legs throw em over your shoulder and walk out or if your vest can hold one put him in there.

 
Easy for you to say young gobbler, my joints (wrist, etc.) arn't as flexiable as they used to be. [:D]

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RE: Turkey Handle

Postby Turkeybuster » February 7th, 2009, 3:25 pm

SHAMAN
 
That is a the safe way to carry a bird!
A few years ago about three miles below camp a hunter was carrying a bird over his shoulder and his hunting partner shot him through the shoulder with a 222.
The hunter came out of it ok but that is what can happen, it was the fall season and here in Pa. you can hunt with a rifle.
This is a stupid law but the Game Commission refuses to change it.
 
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RE: Turkey Handle

Postby wisturkeyhunter » February 7th, 2009, 5:07 pm

ORIGINAL: greyghost

ORIGINAL: wisturkeyhunter

You guys are over thinking this one just grab the legs throw em over your shoulder and walk out or if your vest can hold one put him in there.


Easy for you to say young gobbler, my joints (wrist, etc.) arn't as flexiable as they used to be. [:D]

Guy I hunt w/ occasionally always says to come see him in 20 yrs when I make a comment like that. Might apply here.

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silvestris
 
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RE: Turkey Handle

Postby silvestris » February 8th, 2009, 1:39 am

TurkeyCommanders tote is the only method for easily carrying a gobbler out of the woods.  I use a proper length loop of rope to do the same.  It is not as classy as TCs, but it has gotten the job done for many years.  The turkey should be carried head first so that branches slide with the feathers and not against them.
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RE: Turkey Handle

Postby Pressured Gobblers » February 8th, 2009, 6:58 pm

As soon as I seen that. I thought... Man that looks like some of that weiving my son does with that parshut cord he has... Then I look at your aviator and I said no s---... My sons in the Marines to... He's over in Iraq right now... He should be home in April...
 
I'll have to show him that pic and have him make me a couple...
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