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Grayson County Gobblers #8494637 01/04/22 11:23 AM
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Didn’t see a single bird deer hunting season.
We usually see them come and go hunting or on game cams.
Anyone else in the area see massive decline.
Did the February freeze hurt the population?

Re: Grayson County Gobblers [Re: ZenArchery] #8494640 01/04/22 11:47 AM
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Not that far north, but the freeze was pretty brutal even down here in Kimble county. I counted over 50 birds on the roost at dawn this past Sunday.


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I still saw a good number of birds. Did not notice any major drop in my area.

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