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Offline 357guy

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Trying to help the gf fill her tag....
« on: September 17, 2016, 06:05:29 PM »
Anyways out at the family farm this weekend trying to help the girlfriend fill her deer tag.  And I know some of you guys seriously put in hard work to fill your turkey tags and will probably hate me for this..  :chuckle:  But it never fails... It's like clock work everyday they roost up the hill behind the house, fly down n work their way around the farm all day, and circle back up the hill.  This is only a small group about 50... But come late season there's usually 250-300 feeding in our fields. 
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Re: Trying to help the gf fill her tag....
« Reply #1 on: September 17, 2016, 06:31:26 PM »
and your problem IS. lol
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Re: Trying to help the gf fill her tag....
« Reply #2 on: September 18, 2016, 07:49:05 AM »
Anyways out at the family farm this weekend trying to help the girlfriend fill her deer tag.  And I know some of you guys seriously put in hard work to fill your turkey tags and will probably hate me for this..  :chuckle:  But it never fails... It's like clock work everyday they roost up the hill behind the house, fly down n work their way around the farm all day, and circle back up the hill.  This is only a small group about 50... But come late season there's usually 250-300 feeding in our fields.

 :drool:  Let me know if you want help reducing those flock numbers after you fill your turkey tags.   :chuckle:  Hehe.  My husband and I are working on our first turkeys this fall. And after day 1 we're already hooked, but still figuring out good/legal spots.

Good luck on the deer tag!