I'll be hunting in Ohio during the fall season and I do plan on taking advantage of being able to take either sex. I will be trying to get my first fall gobbler but my fiance is looking to take her first along with my two oldest daughters. Last fall while deer hunting during the Ohio gun season I had a large flock come into the old pasture I was hunting everyday and to my suprise three of the hens had beards that was six inches or longer. I have seen hens with beards before but not three in the same flock. If the birds are in the same area this fall I will probably be around there to help one of the girls get their first.
One quick question for anyone.
Do the gobblers roost in the same area as they do in the spring?
While bowhunting last year I had four long beards come by my stand almost every morning I had the chance to hunt.
Do the birds travel more or do they just move to a fall feeding pattern?
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