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Young County Turkey #8225591 04/05/21 03:02 AM
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Any reports on Turkey hunting in Young? I am going next weekend and couldn't be more jacked up to get in the woods!


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Should be good, we hunted just north of Graham sunday, called in a big jake that got a pass, hunted western side near Murray this morning and killed a 2 yr old bird. We have seen big mature birds every hunt but very much still with groups of hens, hopefully will be broken up a little more for you by next weekend.

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Sw graham. Every gobbler I have seen has been with lots of hens and not responding to calls. Mostly silent too. Though I do admit I have not been trying that hard to hunt them and doing other stuff on the lease. As huntingbig8 said, it will get better or easier to call them soon. Same pattern as most every year.

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Originally Posted by Sniper John
Sw graham. Every gobbler I have seen has been with lots of hens and not responding to calls. Mostly silent too. Though I do admit I have not been trying that hard to hunt them and doing other stuff on the lease. As huntingbig8 said, it will get better or easier to call them soon. Same pattern as most every year.


I think you are correct. Although, I couldn't kill a spring turkey in a meat market, I hunted most of the day Saturday and never heard/saw one. I do have what you describe on most cameras though. I am west of Newcastle.


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Same here near Murray. Gobblers with big groups of hens on my place. Mostly silent.

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