YOU BET I DO ! I have more than enough firewood already cut and stacked for next winter . That alone will free up substantial time for me to be in the woods .
One goal is to be good enough with the wingbones ( hen and gobbler bones ) to pull a bird or birds in to the gun .
I finally aquired a .410 and intend to use it on my next turkey .
Going to spend some time this summer looking for some new hunting clothes that are not camo . This could backfire on me for the simple fact that EVERYTHING is so expensive and having much extra money is rare .
Take breaks from hunting in the middle of the day and rest up for late afternoon and evening hunts .
Scout , scout , and scout more . I want to KNOW where those longbeards are roosting , feeding and loafing .
Become more flexible and adaptive when it comes to working on turkeys with a set up and the calls .
Take the advice of C.S. HALL and slow down . I move slower now than I ever have in my life , but I think I'm moving too fast in the woods .
I'm sure I'll think of more later . Thanks for starting this thread Wisturkeyhunter .