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Author Topic: TURKEY HUNTING AT WEST FORK HUNTING CLUB  (Read 892 times)

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Re: TURKEY HUNTING AT WEST FORK HUNTING CLUB
« Reply #15 on: March 26, 2012, 07:59:00 AM »
Bubba older guy in our club told me today, that ya younger guys just don't talk sexy enough for them turkeys. He is 83 and done killed three. Me killed0.

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Re: TURKEY HUNTING AT WEST FORK HUNTING CLUB
« Reply #16 on: March 26, 2012, 08:02:55 AM »


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TURKEY HUNTING AT WEST FORK HUNTING CLUB
« Reply #17 on: March 26, 2012, 08:10:43 AM »
We at least had fun. Last night was grilled deer steak, field peas, and salad, we also had a nice fire in the fireplace, good cigars, and some cold creme sodas and some good music! This morning after the hunt, I made bacon, onion, and cheese omlets and buttermilk biscuits. We never go hungry, no matter what.

I can smell the food and CC Coffee brewing as if I was there hey I was once...
Great memory Bubba...


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Re: TURKEY HUNTING AT WEST FORK HUNTING CLUB
« Reply #18 on: March 27, 2012, 08:31:10 PM »
I took a few pics while hunting this past weekend, so I thought that I'd share them with all of you. Everything is green, very green!

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Re: TURKEY HUNTING AT WEST FORK HUNTING CLUB
« Reply #19 on: March 28, 2012, 05:40:57 PM »
Are you hunting during the 'penned up' time when the Toms found their mates? Or, are you not hunting out of a blind?

I hunted a large farm pasture with a long running high wooded ridge line. I set up my blind looking out into the field and set out some decoys out in the field. I called, occasionally. At different parts of the day, I would hear Turkeys in the woods. My set up made them fly out of the woods and into the pasture. from there it was a done deal!

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Re: TURKEY HUNTING AT WEST FORK HUNTING CLUB
« Reply #20 on: March 28, 2012, 10:34:03 PM »
Are you hunting during the 'penned up' time when the Toms found their mates? Or, are you not hunting out of a blind?

I hunted a large farm pasture with a long running high wooded ridge line. I set up my blind looking out into the field and set out some decoys out in the field. I called, occasionally. At different parts of the day, I would hear Turkeys in the woods. My set up made them fly out of the woods and into the pasture. from there it was a done deal!

Good luck

Truthfully, I don't know enough about turkey hunting to answer that question. This is only my fourth time to turkey hunt. I only have four years before retirement, so I need to learn before then, because I'll have more time to hunt then!
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Re: TURKEY HUNTING AT WEST FORK HUNTING CLUB
« Reply #21 on: March 29, 2012, 05:18:02 AM »
We at least had fun. Last night was grilled deer steak, field peas, and salad, we also had a nice fire in the fireplace, good cigars, and some cold creme sodas and some good music! This morning after the hunt, I made bacon, onion, and cheese omlets and buttermilk biscuits. We never go hungry, no matter what.
Dad Gum! Wid all 'em vittles, no wonder the turkey wasn't answering, they was at da cabin ettin!  @--0--0102 Sounds awesome Bubba! I'd come there just to eat! Oh, and a Cream Soda!

We always have good food, ask anyone, so come on down!

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Re: TURKEY HUNTING AT WEST FORK HUNTING CLUB
« Reply #22 on: March 29, 2012, 04:58:25 PM »
Are you hunting during the 'penned up' time when the Toms found their mates? Or, are you not hunting out of a blind?

I hunted a large farm pasture with a long running high wooded ridge line. I set up my blind looking out into the field and set out some decoys out in the field. I called, occasionally. At different parts of the day, I would hear Turkeys in the woods. My set up made them fly out of the woods and into the pasture. from there it was a done deal!

Good luck

Truthfully, I don't know enough about turkey hunting to answer that question. This is only my fourth time to turkey hunt. I only have four years before retirement, so I need to learn before then, because I'll have more time to hunt then!

Well, good luck this year. And is you need an old fogies turkey 'expert' let me know well enough in advance and perhaps we can partner you hunt your place.

Keep at it and good luck!
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