Here are some random observations floating around in my sleep-deprived post-season brain. Read
This once-in-a-lifetime Ohio gobbler sported double spurs on both legs. Read
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T&TH reader Earl Groves has hunted turkeys for 50 years and killed more than 500 gobblers. You’d think nothing could surprise him after all that. Then again, maybe something could.
Scott Bestul, a contributing editor to Turkey & Turkey Hunting, shot this odd-colored gobbler while hunting in northern Wisconsin. The bird has blond or almost golden secondary wing feathers. Read
The Kansas gobbler I shot had no spurs. They weren’t broken off, either. The bird never grew them.
Only the small bumps of the spur caps were visible on its legs. Read