hunting fall birds

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StevePA
 
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RE: hunting fall birds

Postby StevePA » May 14th, 2009, 8:34 am

Ive used dekes in areas where the local flock has been broke up a few times and the birds arent really into "regrouping" as quickly...
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RE: hunting fall birds

Postby jakebreaker » May 14th, 2009, 4:08 pm

I've tried the fall thing a couple of time and shot a jake.he just happened past ,but the hills I hunt it's pretty tuff to scatter birds without giving myself a heart attack on those hills.

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RE: hunting fall birds

Postby trkyklr » May 14th, 2009, 5:42 pm

ORIGINAL: jakebreaker

I've tried the fall thing a couple of time and shot a jake.he just happened past ,but the hills I hunt it's pretty tuff to scatter birds without giving myself a heart attack on those hills.


hills too steep...? where you live....the top of mount wannahokalugi...?
 
do you not climb the same hills in the spring?

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RE: hunting fall birds

Postby mark hay » May 15th, 2009, 8:49 am

sounds like a job for a turkeydog or forget the scatter and just call 'em in . scattering flocks is the traditional method of fall hunting ,,,but it ain't a law . it's a lot less taxing on the body, especially if your over the hill like myself , to just slowpoke around the timber and strike up some turkey talk periodically . you can end up with the whole flock in your lap,,,,lots of eyes to deceive too. I CAN'T WAIT!!

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RE: hunting fall birds

Postby Magnumdood » May 16th, 2009, 7:05 pm

ORIGINAL: trkyklr

ORIGINAL: jakebreaker

I've tried the fall thing a couple of time and shot a jake.he just happened past ,but the hills I hunt it's pretty tuff to scatter birds without giving myself a heart attack on those hills.


hills too steep...? where you live....the top of mount wannahokalugi...?

do you not climb the same hills in the spring?

Not all hunters are in the under 40 crowd trkyklr.
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RE: hunting fall birds

Postby trkyklr » May 17th, 2009, 12:35 am

ORIGINAL: Magnumdood

ORIGINAL: trkyklr

ORIGINAL: jakebreaker

I've tried the fall thing a couple of time and shot a jake.he just happened past ,but the hills I hunt it's pretty tuff to scatter birds without giving myself a heart attack on those hills.


hills too steep...? where you live....the top of mount wannahokalugi...?

do you not climb the same hills in the spring?

Not all hunters are in the under 40 crowd trkyklr.

 
guess your right...even if you ain't 40 them hills suck...but if there was a bird gobblin i'd figure out a way to get to him (even if it took all day)...welcome back dood,where ya been hidin?

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RE: hunting fall birds

Postby Magnumdood » May 17th, 2009, 5:00 pm

I've been here.  I just took a break from the Internet.  However, I'm not going back to the Dark Side.  I can handle the rough talk and all the barbs thrown my way, but, what I won't stand for is being treated like a second-class citizen.  'Tis a shame really; I was getting to like some of them boys.
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RE: hunting fall birds

Postby trkyklr » May 18th, 2009, 5:10 pm

2nd class ??  

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RE: hunting fall birds

Postby wisturkeyhunter » May 19th, 2009, 7:11 am

Me thinks he's upset for 2 reasons.
1. He started to change his ways and talk a little smarter
 and was still rejected by the traditional taliban.
2. We didn't believe every thing he said. For example
when he talked turkey breeding his wife studied breeding habits of animals
when he thought he needed to act tough he became a father of a ufc star
 
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RE: hunting fall birds

Postby Magnumdood » May 19th, 2009, 8:39 am

ORIGINAL: wisturkeyhunter

Me thinks he's upset for 2 reasons.
1. He started to change his ways and talk a little smarter
and was still rejected by the traditional taliban.
2. We didn't believe every thing he said. For example
when he talked turkey breeding his wife studied breeding habits of animals
when he thought he needed to act tough he became a father of a ufc star


Despite your juvenile assumptions about me you were one of the ones I was starting to like...because you offered good advice.  Your assumptions are just that, assumptions, and wrong.

I'll never hunt like the traditional taliban, so why would I want to be labeled as a member?  I think it's an insult.  To belong to the traditional taliban you must insult others who don't hunt like you think turkey hunters did in the early 1900's.  I don't insult others for how they hunt.  I don't care how you hunt; you attacked me for how I hunt.  Thus, the label of traditional taliban.
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