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Fall Hunting #2529129 08/24/11 12:22 PM
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Anyone going to kill their two fall birds? I am going to try in FlA. I have seen Gobblers every fall on my lease. Hope to get in their travel line and call them close enough for a shot.

But I want to kill a Buck first. LOL


Re: Fall Hunting [Re: FLDOUG] #2531774 08/25/11 04:11 AM
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I plan on in down south Texas, Would be my first turkey hunt ever so looking forward to it



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Re: Fall Hunting [Re: Mike Garcia] #2533152 08/25/11 07:58 PM
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yeah, question is for me is not wanting to shoot one, when there might be a buck around the corner......wish i had a seperate deer and turkey lease.....


Re: Fall Hunting [Re: redhunter] #2533930 08/26/11 12:27 AM
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If you kill 2 in the fall. then do you have to take less in the spring then?


Re: Fall Hunting [Re: Texpppr] #2535911 08/26/11 06:06 PM
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I'm an opportunist, I take'em when the opportunity arises. On rios it is 4 all seasons combined, so if you kill 2 in the fall, you can only kill 2 in the spring. Don't ask me about easterns though because they don't roam in my parts.


Re: Fall Hunting [Re: westtexaswatkins] #2537008 08/26/11 11:47 PM
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Originally Posted By: westtexaswatkins
Don't ask me about easterns though because they don't roam in my parts.

No Fall season for Easterns so that wouldn't an issue.


Re: Fall Hunting [Re: barnez] #2539144 08/27/11 11:34 PM
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Gonna take my two, and keep a couple of slugs in case a big buck happens by.


Re: Fall Hunting [Re: TexasWoodrow] #2539940 08/28/11 04:51 AM
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Ideally, TPWD would review the nesting success and survival rate of this years polts and consider closing this years fall season in counties most impacted by the drought.

Guarentee that any turkey shot this fall will not mate next spring.

It'll never happen though . . so shoot away. . . kill em all.


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