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Re: Hunting partners 2017 Turkey Hunting Season
« Reply #15 on: April 05, 2017, 06:08:04 AM »
Well Ben welcom to the funest sport out there , ive been talking to big ugly birds for 15 years , one thing i will tell you is dont hunt around livestock , turkeys will eat there droppings before anything else , its the easy food and they will stay on it if present , if you see them , if you move they see you , no matter the distance , a turkey can read a dime from 100 yards sooooo , good luck out there , if anyone has a clean field tohunt im in !!
Whats wrong with a corn fed bird?
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Re: Hunting partners 2017 Turkey Hunting Season
« Reply #16 on: April 05, 2017, 08:18:36 PM »
Bucks2ducks ,,,,,, freegn hillariouse !!!  Antways the special minded ( science peeps ) say there are live bacteria that the birds cant fight off and it wrecks the natural protien build up in turkeys and is not able to kill that bacteria so we eat it some how , all i know is im not hunting by cattle , ive got enough doctor visits in my liveing hell .
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Re: Hunting partners 2017 Turkey Hunting Season
« Reply #17 on: April 06, 2017, 08:29:53 AM »
Well Ben welcom to the funest sport out there , ive been talking to big ugly birds for 15 years , one thing i will tell you is dont hunt around livestock , turkeys will eat there droppings before anything else , its the easy food and they will stay on it if present , if you see them , if you move they see you , no matter the distance , a turkey can read a dime from 100 yards sooooo , good luck out there , if anyone has a clean field tohunt im in !!
I've been hunting and eating wild turkeys for 25 years, I've killed plenty around cattle. I've never heard about this, please post where you got your info.

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Re: Hunting partners 2017 Turkey Hunting Season
« Reply #18 on: April 06, 2017, 08:56:27 PM »
I dont think anyone is going to exspire before me cuz of the turkeys they ate but im not going there, after i learned this years ago , watched a couple big flocks over by st. Marys they were all over the poop for the two weeks i was working there so i geuss im a believer or its just another war inside my head ive not yet addressed correctly ?
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Re: Hunting partners 2017 Turkey Hunting Season
« Reply #19 on: April 07, 2017, 05:21:07 AM »
I dont think anyone is going to exspire before me cuz of the turkeys they ate but im not going there, after i learned this years ago , watched a couple big flocks over by st. Marys they were all over the poop for the two weeks i was working there so i geuss im a believer or its just another war inside my head ive not yet addressed correctly ?
sounds like fake news to me. We shouldn't be spreading things like this unless it's true. Not trying to bust your balls just FYI

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Re: Hunting partners 2017 Turkey Hunting Season
« Reply #20 on: April 07, 2017, 12:00:41 PM »
In the midwest I would bet 3/4 of all turkeys killed live near cattle.  I have killed quite few birds on cattle farms.  Never heard of that before either.
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Re: Hunting partners 2017 Turkey Hunting Season
« Reply #21 on: April 08, 2017, 12:12:15 AM »
Insects live under the poo

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Re: Hunting partners 2017 Turkey Hunting Season
« Reply #22 on: April 08, 2017, 06:49:16 AM »
Its all good , yaull can believe yourselves , heck i do !  All i no is live bacteria being ingested is not good , talk to my cancer sorgeon , maybe he can get u to understand , hes been repairing peeps guts for 30 years all over the world , his word has kept me out of the ground for 15 years and that folks is not debateable , not even you over confident intellectuals , but who knows maybe all that live bacteria and parisites are makeing you even to smart for youselves, take a break in being no it alls like me and yoogle it on your googler for your own self rightouse smart tank valves !  And get out there and build a nlind and start talking to big ugly birds , cuz i am , way up in the hills were the birds are clean and the woman arnt !
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Re: Hunting partners 2017 Turkey Hunting Season
« Reply #23 on: April 08, 2017, 07:27:56 AM »
Aright here goes !! ,,  My surgeons general rules of food . 
If it comes in a box.
If its frozen.
If it comes in a can.
If its pork.
If its got high fructose.
Not only dont eat it , dont buy it !
He told me a story of a medical class he had ,,, they were told to bring a pork chop to class on friday , they put them in a dish and left them out till the following monday , when the gotback the pork chop was moveing , thats tbe same thing that im trying to get threw your smart armour take that one to heart cuz im liveing breathing proof this is a true fact that you will deal with one way or another,,doctors are just someone that is healthier than me but im still hear driveing you guys up the perverbial wall so something is working or right ?
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Re: Hunting partners 2017 Turkey Hunting Season
« Reply #24 on: April 08, 2017, 08:06:21 AM »
You don't need to call me self-righteous you made a statement about turkeys that eat poop are bad. I asked you to post your info. And you came back with name calling. So I  still call it fake news. A guy said this and let's run with it. I'm 57 been eating wild game most of my life, from bears to wild rabbits. You do all the Googleing you want there's always an expert on BS on the Internet. Good luck with your mountain birds, I will hunt them where I find them.
BTW, cook your pork and it won't do that. Now you made me hungry for a pork chop.

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Re: Hunting partners 2017 Turkey Hunting Season
« Reply #25 on: April 08, 2017, 08:39:27 PM »
Soooooo......

Hunting partners for 2017 turkey hunting season. Aaaaaand go! :)

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Re: Hunting partners 2017 Turkey Hunting Season
« Reply #26 on: April 09, 2017, 08:36:00 AM »
 :chuckle:
I'm not sure what my plans are yet. My husband is most often my partner, but we may be able to team up with someone who wants to get out there. Feel free to contact me if you're interested.
Disclaimer : we're pretty new to turkey hunting.

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Re: Hunting partners 2017 Turkey Hunting Season
« Reply #27 on: April 09, 2017, 03:04:37 PM »
Cryder  always sounds crazy. Every single one of his posts ever has left me scratching my head
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Re: Hunting partners 2017 Turkey Hunting Season
« Reply #28 on: April 10, 2017, 04:52:39 PM »
Oooops!  Sorry !  U have become a victim of my flow of senceless , ranting ,  DULEY NOTED ,  its just another thing that ive dilled into the side of my head that i believe is a baby step from instead of to the grave , its one of the many reasons im constantly being told to shut up , but what my surgeon tells me is like bible talk to me heck its working ,i pissed you off so something is makeing it througb ,,  again sorry !!!
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Re: Hunting partners 2017 Turkey Hunting Season
« Reply #29 on: April 12, 2017, 02:13:18 PM »
I will be bow hunting from a blind in Mead, WA (a lil NE of Spokane). I hope to fill my 1st tag this weekend. But would love to go again with others, I also have a new shotgun to use, so will be stalking through public and IEP land. So, if anyone wants to tag team Toms, let me know.
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