Fall turkey hunt in city of Fargo

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Fall turkey hunt in city of Fargo

Postby dewey » June 25th, 2013, 1:02 pm

Here is a link to a story by the Fargo Forum about an ammended city ordinance about hunting deer and now turkeys in the city of Fargo. Go turkey hunting in the morning and then go tailgating before watching NDSU lay down a whooping sounds like fun to me.

http://mobile.inforum.com/page/article/id/404189

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Re: Fall turkey hunt in city of Fargo

Postby charlie elk » June 25th, 2013, 2:20 pm

Scrap the archery gear.
Go with a pellet gun like this guy who is a self admitted psycho turkey hunter from California need I say more? :lol:

http://youtu.be/xhtNaDthW4Y
later,
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Re: Fall turkey hunt in city of Fargo

Postby dewey » June 25th, 2013, 6:33 pm

charlie elk wrote:Scrap the archery gear.
Go with a pellet gun like this guy who is a self admitted psycho turkey hunter from California need I say more? :lol:

http://youtu.be/xhtNaDthW4Y


What caliber of gun and ammo was he using? He said but I missed it.


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Re: Fall turkey hunt in city of Fargo

Postby charlie elk » June 26th, 2013, 7:41 am

I've watched a few of his earlier videos too; he has used .22 to .32 cal and likes the Remington air guns. If I remember .22 is most common because CA law only allows that caliber in some areas. As a matter of fact in some areas CA only allows air gun hunting for any species.
His trash talking is irritating but the idea of killing a turkey with an air rifle fascinates me and now it is on my "bucket list." As far as I know CA is the only place that allows/mandates an air gun for turkey hunting.
Perhaps an air rifle is just the thing for suburban hunting?
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