Hunting late spring

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RE: Hunting late spring

Postby Fan Club » May 13th, 2008, 3:31 am

Stay positive boys...
 
My two best birds (inch and 1/2 spurs) were both taken on the last day of the Michigan season, May 31 st. That is truly your best opportunity to take a boss gobbler that was henned up through much of the season when the two year olds were being harvested.
 
The first I got off the roost by calling, he gobbled like crazy. The second we patterned and I was waiting in the right spot the next day. With full foilage out, you can get much closer to roosted and strutting birds than earlier. Also a Thermacell unit works miracles for the bugs. Get one, you won't regret it!
 
You can't get one unless you're out there!
 
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RE: Hunting late spring

Postby JPH » May 13th, 2008, 6:08 am

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Stay positive boys...
You can't get one unless you're out there!

JB

 
The longer I hunt, the more I see how it boils down to simple truths. Jeff may have just touched on the biggest of all.

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