Decision Time: The Gap Gobbler

In this interactive feature, Editor Brian Lovett shares a scenario from his 20+ years of turkey hunting, asking "What would you do?"
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RCTaylor
 
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RE: Decision Time: The Gap Gobbler

Postby RCTaylor » June 10th, 2010, 2:28 pm

if he was talking to me and not comming i would let my buddy sit there and i would try walking away as i was calling. trying to make him think the hen was leaving. if that did not work i would think he had a hen with him and would be sneaking in.. unless i could come back tomarrow and set up on him differently.
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RE: Decision Time: The Gap Gobbler

Postby icdedturkes » June 14th, 2010, 2:31 pm

Knowing Mike, I would have just listened to him LOL

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RE: Decision Time: The Gap Gobbler

Postby charlie elk » June 15th, 2010, 11:02 am

When possible I like to back away reset up and soften my calling.  All in the attempt to make the gobbler think the hen is leaving.  At least half the time he comes running in fast without a sound.
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RE: Decision Time: The Gap Gobbler

Postby BigBuckeye » June 22nd, 2010, 5:08 am

I would bring out the ruger 10-22 and make him dinner [:D]
 
Otherwise, I would bump him and set up as if he was going to go back to the strut zone and not call, just ambush.
 
 
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RE: Decision Time: The Gap Gobbler

Postby TRapper » April 3rd, 2011, 10:00 am

i know i am bringing up some old decision time stuff,  but i really like these,  makes me think kind of spur of the moment like as if i am right there with ya huntin,  i think in this case i would have tried to edge closer using a low crawl and see if i could figure out what is hanging up this turkey,  is it a fence,  a weed line,  sometimes don't have to be much to hold a turkey up,  sometimes they think they are really all that and think you should come to them.  lol
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