Hey tradewater, first welcome to the forum. I have thought about Peabody also. As far as public hunting land its the 2nd best in the state as far as kills goes. Last spring 182 birds bit the dust there and it makes me wonder one thing. How many hunters did it take to kill that many or more, because I be willing to bet some guys didn't report thier birds?[8|] Now I have never hunted public land and am curious as to how often do you set up on a gobbler and have someone come in and bust it up on you? Either way Im going to try some public hunting land this spring and see what happens.
Adopt the pace of nature: her secret is patience.
Ralph Waldo Emerson