Dang yea people abuse that way to often. Well hopefully you’ll change your mind and take a crack at some of the birds.
I'd like to hear that phone call..."Uh, yes I would like all of the turkeys in my local flock relocated to another area, please." "What's that? No, I'm sure the neighboring turkey hunters won't mind."Contact the Wildlife Commission, maybe there is a resource to get the flock relocated.
they'll stand there- flog the flopping ones and decide HMMMM more for me. They are so dumb. You'll have to kill them all because they wont quit.Maybe I will just light 'em up with the shotgun one evening. I bet the coyotes would have then cleaned up before morning. Now, that's illegal, so of course I wouldn't do something like that.
The Hallorans told me a story about moonlight turkeys in Hawaii. Private land birds, no natural predators out there. Said they were told DO NOT CALL before shooting light They may or may not have done it just to see what would happenand they aint learned nocturnal yet.
well one moonlight night in texas i heard one gobble when we ran over a cattle guard on the way to our listening spots.. No one else heard it. I made them let me out.The Hallorans told me a story about moonlight turkeys in Hawaii. Private land birds, no natural predators out there. Said they were told DO NOT CALL before shooting light They may or may not have done it just to see what would happen
Well… I will come call and you shoot! Problem solved… since you will be the hunterWe - the landowner and I - have been through that before. Due to some jackwagon that another family member allowed to hunt, who then acted like he owned the place and started bringing disrespectful friends along and generally making an ass of himself, the whole family said "no more!" and stopped everyone but myself. That's because I'm very close to the family and have gone out of my way in the past to help them during some difficult situations. Plus, I help out on the farm and with the cows on occasion.