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Postby Dank » May 2nd, 2008, 9:48 am

Just sitting and looking back on my season and problems I encountered and I have come to the conclusion that out of all the things I can control during a hunt (not that there are many things) the one that causes me the most problems is indecision and second guessing. I.E. theres more than one bird gobbling and I stand there trying to decide which one to go to, or a bird is gobbling and i spend to much time trying to find or figure out what i think the best set up is. I'm sure somebody out there knows what i'm talking about. Anyway, I just thought this would make a decent topic and that it would be interesting and educational to see if anyone else experiences this kind of thing and how they respond to it. 
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RE: Indecision???

Postby STEROIDCHICKEN » May 2nd, 2008, 9:57 am

howdy dank,
that seems to happen to me every year...i don't think that it will ever go away.
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RE: Indecision???

Postby MAK » May 2nd, 2008, 10:49 am

The more I hunt them, the more I'm convinced that I know nothing............
We've all been there and it will happen again, I TRY to remember to pick one bird and call to it.
Last week I had 5 different birds gobbling, picked out the one I thought was the most interested. Dern hen liked him too!!!! Round 2 is coming up!!

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RE: Indecision???

Postby turk2di » May 3rd, 2008, 3:38 am

Thats turkey hunting! One year you make all the right decisions & have gobblers run all over you, the next year you can't seem to do anything right! But its a good thing you are re-visiting your season mentally to sort out things. Shows you care & want to get better!![;)]

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