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  1. #51
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    I got out ahead of the snow this afternoon to go check my cams - So far my spring is looking promising. These pics are from 2 different parts of my lease - First pics 3 are from down in a river valley and last 2 up on ridge where I have a few deer stands
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    Looking good

  3. #53
    Yep. Looks good.

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    My season starts Saturday. Doesn't look promising right now. Temps are still low and the turkeys are grouped up.

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    here is a better pic of the birds that ive been getting on my trail camera....And they are ready for action...strutting like crazy in 20 degree weather....i sooooo cant wait.
    Hoyt Alphamax 35...28"....63#
    Vital Bow Gear Kaz Dropaway Rest
    Cobra Single Pin Adjustable Sight
    Goldtip ProHunter 5575 Arrows w/ Raven Broadheads, Magnus Bullheads for Thunder Chickens
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    Quote Originally Posted by callaway71 View Post
    What part of IN you from? I lived in Bedford and Corydon back in 2005 getting some work experience.
    Southern IN between Louisville and Cincinnati on the river
    Genesis 1:1~Genesis 27:3
    "Sir, we are surrounded!" "Excellent, now we may attack in any direction!"2014/2015 Team 43 Backwoods Beatdown.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TDOGG View Post
    IMAG1811.jpg

    here is a better pic of the birds that ive been getting on my trail camera....And they are ready for action...strutting like crazy in 20 degree weather....i sooooo cant wait.
    It looks like you can use the kids play fort as a blind
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    Quote Originally Posted by jwg1976 View Post
    It looks like you can use the kids play fort as a blind

    Lol....I know right....my blind is about 200 yards in the woods to the left of them....first thing in the morning I see them there....they are in front of my camera about 10:00 am....this pic was taken about 7:30 am.....
    Hoyt Alphamax 35...28"....63#
    Vital Bow Gear Kaz Dropaway Rest
    Cobra Single Pin Adjustable Sight
    Goldtip ProHunter 5575 Arrows w/ Raven Broadheads, Magnus Bullheads for Thunder Chickens
    Team #4 Dead Red Heads

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    Wish me luck!!!! Going to public land in the morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by callaway71 View Post
    Wish me luck!!!! Going to public land in the morning.

    Good luck brother....hope you let the air out of one....
    Hoyt Alphamax 35...28"....63#
    Vital Bow Gear Kaz Dropaway Rest
    Cobra Single Pin Adjustable Sight
    Goldtip ProHunter 5575 Arrows w/ Raven Broadheads, Magnus Bullheads for Thunder Chickens
    Team #4 Dead Red Heads

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    Good luck
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    Just heard my first gobble of the year here in then north east. He walked by the house at about 40 yards and just hammered. I almost pooped my self it is 28 degrees and a foot of snow on the ground.

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    Well....it was just like I figured. Turkeys haven't split up and the gobblers weren't interested in the calls. I heard about fifteen gobblers and had three within 200 yds but would not come in.

  14. #64
    O man, I just ordered a DsD jake. Saw this guy yesterday. Not the best pic. But looked like 7-8 inch beard and 3/4 spurs. He came right by the house.

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    3toms.jpgWGI_1287.jpgstruuterandhens.jpgStruutersolo.jpg

    Went to check a camera at one of my sets....looks like it might be a good year.
    Hoyt Alphamax 35...28"....63#
    Vital Bow Gear Kaz Dropaway Rest
    Cobra Single Pin Adjustable Sight
    Goldtip ProHunter 5575 Arrows w/ Raven Broadheads, Magnus Bullheads for Thunder Chickens
    Team #4 Dead Red Heads

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    Quote Originally Posted by TDOGG View Post
    3toms.jpgWGI_1287.jpgstruuterandhens.jpgStruutersolo.jpg

    Went to check a camera at one of my sets....looks like it might be a good year.
    Looks good - What do you put out in front of your camera for the birds to eat?
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    Crack corn....we can feed till ten days before the season....
    Hoyt Alphamax 35...28"....63#
    Vital Bow Gear Kaz Dropaway Rest
    Cobra Single Pin Adjustable Sight
    Goldtip ProHunter 5575 Arrows w/ Raven Broadheads, Magnus Bullheads for Thunder Chickens
    Team #4 Dead Red Heads

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    Quote Originally Posted by TDOGG View Post
    Crack corn....we can feed till ten days before the season....
    Great - Thanks
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    Just has a flock of 17 hens 1 bearded hen and two toms come by the house. DSCN2791.jpgDSCN2784.jpg

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    What are you guys using for call this year. Here are my hoot calls. I made the pot calls. Copper with Birdseye maple and slate and spruce pot.

  21. #71
    I was able to try it again today. Sat in blind for 4 hrs in pouring down rain. Nothing. I'll give it ago again next weekend. I can't wait for Ky to open. That's where all my bow kills happen. Private land sure beats public.

  22. #72
    I'm using a lonzo's crystal, chad hutcheson ceramic and a yingling copper.

  23. #73
    Quote Originally Posted by hillscreekkid View Post
    What are you guys using for call this year. Here are my hoot calls. I made the pot calls. Copper with Birdseye maple and slate and spruce pot.
    Nice looking pot calls you got there.

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    Got home yesterday to find two stutters under the bird feeder! I held my wife hostage for 20min in the car till they moved off.

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