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    Quote Originally Posted by benkharr View Post
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    It is hard to pull a tom awwy from a group like that. Have you ever tried turkey reaping?



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    Any of the Pa boys get out fishing? Still got a few weeks to go for turkey but fishing season begins. Check out my video if you get a chance.

    http://m.youtube.com/?#/watch?v=ioS05LRNv0A

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    Quote Originally Posted by EXsystem View Post
    It is hard to pull a tom awwy from a group like that. Have you ever tried turkey reaping?
    Never tried it. May try it one day. Looks fun.

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    Having troubles with turkey's still flocked up huh? In that scenario do you use decoys? If so, what decoys?

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    Having troubles with turkey's still flocked up huh? In that scenario do you use decoys? If so, what decoys?
    I hunt early archery seasons in both NE and KS. All birds we hunt are in flocks. Strutter and one hen has done well for us. In cases where toms aren't getting pisssed enough to break off to come whip butt, we call aggressively to the hens to get them ticked off and pull the tom(s) with them.
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    Yeah that's the set up we have this morning. 7 different longbeards so far none in range.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EXsystem View Post
    Any of the Pa boys get out fishing? Still got a few weeks to go for turkey but fishing season begins. Check out my video if you get a chance.

    http://m.youtube.com/?#/watch?v=ioS05LRNv0A
    I tried to watch your video, but this link just shows several videos to watch, is yours on here????
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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry A View Post
    I tried to watch your video, but this link just shows several videos to watch, is yours on here????
    I figured the video out, that was a nice Rainbow trout you caught. That is an old bridge you were fishing by, is that a rail road bridge,they don't make them like that anymore!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry A View Post
    I figured the video out, that was a nice Rainbow trout you caught. That is an old bridge you were fishing by, is that a rail road bridge,they don't make them like that anymore!!!!!
    It is just a pass over bridge. It's a nice little stream with some great scenery. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by EXsystem View Post
    Any of the Pa boys get out fishing? Still got a few weeks to go for turkey but fishing season begins. Check out my video if you get a chance.

    http://m.youtube.com/?#/watch?v=ioS05LRNv0A
    Nice!

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    Belly crawled into blind
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    Moved blind to where they enter the field. Headed to the blind for the fourth morning in a row.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benkharr View Post
    Moved blind to where they enter the field. Headed to the blind for the fourth morning in a row.
    Good luck to ya! Still going to use a strutter and hen decoy combo?

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    No clue. Used about every decoy scenario except for a flock of 10 lol. I am set up where the birds have entered and exited the field the last 2 days.

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    Here is a screen shot of the farm. I am sitting on the biggest food plot in that secluded field.
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    Never saw a bird. Had toms in 4 different locations respond but they aren't working well yet

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    That's a fact it it stays this warm a few days they'll get hot.
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    Watched a lone Tom roost this evening. I'll be there in the morning, and see if he'll work. If not I know a good field a couple of toms come in to strut gonna be a run and gun day tomorrow.
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    Good luck guys. Get us on the board! Sucks we still have a month until our opener..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roo223 View Post
    Watched a lone Tom roost this evening. I'll be there in the morning, and see if he'll work. If not I know a good field a couple of toms come in to strut gonna be a run and gun day tomorrow.
    Good luck man. I decided to go with zero decoys this morning.

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    He never gobbled. SMH!
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    Quote Originally Posted by benkharr View Post
    He never gobbled. SMH!
    It's got to happen for you soon. I check this thread every day hoping you connect!

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    I thought that lone Tom would work this morning. He gobbled on the roost hit the ground nothing else. So now I'm at another spot. Its got start happening soon.
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