Gobble Reports

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RE: Gobble Reports

Postby turkeytracks » January 9th, 2011, 3:03 pm

that sure would be nice to hunt outa state like that. i never had the chance [&o] but im hopin someday ill scrape up hte money... so dont shoot all hte birds down there, save some for the future for me [;)]

good luck to you guys!
Alex

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RE: Gobble Reports

Postby charlie elk » January 9th, 2011, 3:48 pm

My son hunts SE OH close to the KY border. We have been talking about hunting KY.  KY is a beautiful state to hunt really enjoyed my last trip there.  
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RE: Gobble Reports

Postby charlie elk » January 9th, 2011, 3:52 pm

that sure would be nice to hunt outa state like that. i never had the chance but im hopin someday ill scrape up hte money... so dont shoot all hte birds down there, save some for the future for me


I hunt out of state on the cheap; I camp so there is no lodging expense just gas and NR license fee.  Food doesn't count because you have to eat no matter where you are.  Time---that is the bigger problem.
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RE: Gobble Reports

Postby turkeytracks » January 10th, 2011, 3:40 pm

yeah i would be hard for the time because i have school during the week and stuff. but after school, im really hoping to go someday. [:D]
Alex

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RE: Gobble Reports

Postby kenturkey89 » January 10th, 2011, 5:37 pm

Well you guys are more than welcome to come down and try your luck at these KY birds anytime you want.

And turkeytracks, I am in school all week as well, which limits a lot of my hunting time. I plan on going out of state next year (2012) down to Georgia to hunt with a buddy of mine. Never been out of state to hunt before so I'm looking forward to it...but I'm also looking forward to this season as well!
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RE: Gobble Reports

Postby shortyscalls » January 11th, 2011, 12:39 pm

Charlie what Res are you hunting?

Oh and does it count if I heard gobbling during our gun season?


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RE: Gobble Reports

Postby turkeytracks » January 11th, 2011, 3:12 pm

hey brian, good luck in your seasons to come. shoot a big one for me [;)]
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RE: Gobble Reports

Postby charlie elk » January 11th, 2011, 4:22 pm

Charlie what Res are you hunting?

Oh and does it count if I heard gobbling during our gun season?


I'm in West Central WI. 
And yes all gobbles count.  Interestingly many turkey hunters do not think toms gobble in the fall. Actually they gobble quite regular. I won a $20 bet with a buddy this year during a fall hunt I proved to him they gobble.  the story is posted under Tales of the Hunt here in the WI section.
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RE: Gobble Reports

Postby charlie elk » January 22nd, 2011, 9:43 am

Jan 22 and still no gobbling in my area. [&o]
The turkeys are here just sitting on the roosts pouting.
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RE: Gobble Reports

Postby kenturkey89 » January 22nd, 2011, 10:30 am

Hey Charlie,

I went out last Saturday morning to feed and I heard someone doing some goose hunting on the neighboring farm. As soon as the shots rang out at about 8:15 I heard a hand full of toms give out one or two gobbles. I think it's the same group I've been hearing for the last two weeks. When I made it back to the house, I heard a hen yelping and there was a bird that gobbled 4 times on the roost overlooking an alfalfa field behind the house. I keep getting more excited for season to start by the day, but we're still 84 days from opener here in KY. Hope those birds of yours get over that bad case of lock jaw they're having!
Brian

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