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First Day Of Spring Gobbler Season In Pa.

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Posted 30 April 2011 - 06:55 PM

And the Caster crew were out there in force but I guess the gobblers just did not care for what we were saying to them.:mellow:

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Posted 30 April 2011 - 09:00 PM

Really? We were absolutely covered up with birds here. At one point there were at least six different gobblers and several hens around the blind. It was pretty non-stop all morning... even with the other hunters that were around. Unfortunately, the turkey all stayed just out of range, save one. Wouldn't you know that I air mailed a bolt right over him though. (I don't get how I missed with a scoped crossbow at 20 yards. It's haunting, frankly. But, I digress.) It's looking like I might get the chance to pursue more come Wednesday.

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Posted 01 May 2011 - 02:06 PM

Eric and I were part of the CASTERS crew and although we did not see turkeys we heard 2. What we did see was a bit exciting. First we saw several deer and a short while later two smallish bears paid us a surprise visit. The one gobbler that sounded off from daylight till 8:30 shut up just before we got close enough to call him. Any day in the woods is a great day. Good friends and a cooperative gobbler are icing on the cake. We had the good friends.
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