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mark hay
 
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Quietville

Postby mark hay » December 11th, 2010, 11:08 am

Great article . Mark Strand says it right in the February issue of T&TH.

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RE: Quietville

Postby charlie elk » December 14th, 2010, 2:25 pm

Agreed Mark. 
After killing a bird I like every hunter out there am thrilled and sometimes feel the urge to let out the victory yelps; instead I remain quiet and like Charlie Brown's beagle do the Snoopy Dance.
Not only is this polite to other hunters who may be out; it might also have a selfish motivation; it is common to have another tag in my pocket to fill. [;)]
later,
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If you agree with me call it fact; if you disagree - call it my opinion.
After all - we are talking turkey.

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RE: Quietville

Postby mark hay » January 9th, 2011, 10:46 am

Well said Charlie . I am guilty too often of not ''HUNTING'' my way out of an area or on my way to the truck at noon . A little fatigue or a little lazy ?
 I have been ''WORKING'' at becoming a better turkey hunter since day one and this article just prods me a little more . I ain't looking at it as a burden ,,this being quiet , or sounding natural ,, IT'S A STRATAGIE . A stratagie for the day I'm there in the woods , and one for the next day or week when I return .
 


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