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Thread: Team 10 - Ticking Tom Bombs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robin@AimLow View Post
    NE, 2013. My cameraman, Eric on the right. We doubled up on these birds within 5 minutes of one another. Eric also took out most of another's tail as he was walking dead away from us, so we were that close to having 3 in 5 minutes. I shot mine, and gave Eric my bow and took the vid camera. LOL...Eric has killed more animals with my bow than his own over the last 5 years. I need to watch the footage and count, but I am guessing we had a minimum of 20 gobblers walk right past the blind during a span of 10 minutes.



    Wow sounds like an awesome hunt! That's a really nice pic also!


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    Here is a video from a couple years ago. I took a 16 year old and it was his first tom with a bow. It was the first one I edited and what not.
    http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=hUmKHuVIJb4
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    Just pulled a couple cards. Saw 3 long beards when I was opening the gate. Getting real close fellas!
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    No good strutting photos yet but I did get one cool one worth posting.Field Full.jpg
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    Just ordered a Dave smith jake!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ilhunter997 View Post
    Just ordered a Dave smith jake!
    I have heard good things!
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    Taking the kids in 10 days!
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    Quote Originally Posted by benkharr View Post
    Taking the kids in 10 days!
    Awesome. Good Luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by EXsystem View Post
    Awesome. Good Luck
    Thanks its the most fun I have filming all year. My friends have 2 sons going.
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    Were found a matching set today. Well the dog did lol.
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    Pretty sure I will be hunting a week from today in NE if things go as planned. My cameraman was in a car accident yesterday, so we will have to see how that all shakes out for him with missed work and how sore he is. Might have to wait an extra week or so.
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    Some footage to get the blood flowing...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LsndpMwQtD4

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    Figures his buddy would hump him after he died.
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    So I've got a question for you guys. I'm taking my girlfriend out opening morning for her first bird. She shoots a Hoyt Charger set around 45 lbs. I'm trying to decide what broadhead I should set her up with. My two favorite options are the Magnus Bullhead in 125 grain, or a G5 T3. What are your opinions?? Her bow is tuned in great so the bullheads should fly straight. Just a little concerned about how much lower these whopping 125 grain heads and heavier spined full length arrows are going to shoot compared to her light arrow set up. I don't particularly want to adjust her sight or have to do to much tinkering with the bullheads to make them work for her. I anticipate she won't be shooting any turkeys further than 15-20 yards if that plays a factor in how much lower her arrows will hit.

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    Practice makes perfect
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    Quote Originally Posted by RutKrazed View Post
    So I've got a question for you guys. I'm taking my girlfriend out opening morning for her first bird. She shoots a Hoyt Charger set around 45 lbs. I'm trying to decide what broadhead I should set her up with. My two favorite options are the Magnus Bullhead in 125 grain, or a G5 T3. What are your opinions?? Her bow is tuned in great so the bullheads should fly straight. Just a little concerned about how much lower these whopping 125 grain heads and heavier spined full length arrows are going to shoot compared to her light arrow set up. I don't particularly want to adjust her sight or have to do to much tinkering with the bullheads to make them work for her. I anticipate she won't be shooting any turkeys further than 15-20 yards if that plays a factor in how much lower her arrows will hit.
    They recommend shooting the Bullheads into old pillows, to sight in and practice,I got some 150 grain Bullheads a few years ago and shot them out of 3 different bows, only one would shoot them well, I would suggest either shooting them in a pillow or with her low poundage get a cut on contact and keep the shots inside 20 yards or have her shoot the G5 T3
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    Juvenile Weekend!
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    Good luck Ben, show us some pictures.
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    All I got so far
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    He is down there somewhere
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    Walking and more walking
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    Quote Originally Posted by benkharr View Post
    Walking and more walking
    No juvenile birds?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roo223 View Post
    No juvenile birds?
    He didn't kill one. We walked up on 7-8 different long beards feeding in the woods. Never saw any bird in a field it was just a crappy day. One group we got to within 40 yards of twice and called with no response. The only way they would gobble is by hooting at them. We kept tabs on those birds the entire day! They moved only about 200 yards the whole day. After much discussion we decide to not try and bush whack them. We only like to kill them if they are vocal and put on a show.

    The kid couldn't hunt Sunday so I am sure he will go with us within a few weeks. Still had fun but they weren't responding.
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