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    Default GOBBLERS !

    First Gobblers we have ever seen on our place and have never heard one yet out there after countless hours on the place !
    Both of them appear to be whopper birds in the videos I have of them , real long bearded big boys ,it made me happy to see them .
    We just don't see many turkey on our place .
    and we don't have what appears to be ANY mature bucks on our place this year.
    the hogs have run wild a while now and it is time to go smack some , but by golly it is hot out there right now ....
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    That was a nice size turkey. Lots of pork also
    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle

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    Now that the gobblers found your feeder, if you have a nearby water source, they should hang around for awhile it seems. Hopefully it cools down enough that you get to make some ground pork!
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    with the numbers o hogs on your place might be good to bring out some buds who want to whack a few to make sausage or give them away to those who could use the protein. Need to reduce those numbers dramatically.
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    They are plentiful. Should mean there is plenty to eat there
    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle

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    Taste great after a good smoking! Nuff said...
    John

    “ If you’re too busy to fish, you’re too busy” Buddy Ebsen

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    Quote Originally Posted by DockShootinJack View Post
    That was a nice size turkey. Lots of pork also
    The one right behind the young buck looks really big , the darker bird is nice too
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    Quote Originally Posted by hdhntr View Post
    with the numbers o hogs on your place might be good to bring out some buds who want to whack a few to make sausage or give them away to those who could use the protein. Need to reduce those numbers dramatically.
    Folks think hog hunting over a feeder is easy , with the trapping and non stop shooting at them and the never stand still thing pigs do , it is tough to do anything but run them off for a week or so
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    It is a bunch of work. These helicopter hog hunt videos make it look easy
    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle
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    you can hire them copter guys if you get enough ranches together to let them really go at them .
    i have a bud that is doing that further south of me
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