Bamatrkyhntr wrote:About the only calling I will do is some type of locator such as an owl or especially a coyote howler,but mostly I just listen for turkey sounds.
kenturkey89 wrote:Roosting isn't essential for me because I hunt the same property every year and the birds roost in the same general area every year...with that said I still can't resist going and listening for birds and when I do, this is pretty much exactly what I do.
camo_junkie0611 wrote:kenturkey89 wrote:"Roosting" turkeys is less an actual ACT than it is a PROCESS. And as I have learned--much to my dismay--in my 12 or so yrs of chasing birds...ROOSTED AIN'T ROASTED!!!
Good luck to y'all!
Limb Hanger wrote:If you’re able to watch the birds fly up; try to pay attention to where the hens fly to roost, and where the gobblers fly up. If they fly up far enough apart, you may able to sneak in early the next morning and set up between them.
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