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Re: Good day turkey hunting last Friday in Ohio

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1066farmer

04-30-2013 07:08:30
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WOW!!! can you plz give me some tips!!! I have been going for the past couple weeks.... I can get 50yrd from the tree when he is on the roost. how much do you call? what calls you use?




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 Re: Good day turkey hunting last Friday in Ohio in reply to 1066farmer, 04-30-2013 07:08:30  
The only call I use is a Primos power Crystal. Its a synthetic slate call and works great. I have box call I carry but done use much.. I also have a push button helper but only use that is they are close and cant use the slate call.. I dont go out and find them in the roost. I would say you are getting way to close for their comfort level. We go out right when dawn is braking and they are coming out. Once we hear them I start calling. once they answer we get set up usually in a brier patch or somewhere uncomfortable. I once they answer I will hit them once or twice to get their attention then I try to limit my calls. If you know they are heading your way they all ready ave you pinpointed and don't need a lot of coaxing. I was always harped to never over-call so I probably call less than most people. Once you hear him coming you are good to go. I only use one decoy and its a cheap 5$ gander mountain one but they always walk right to it. The bird I shot was calling and i stopped because I knew he was coming to me. After about 15 min-20 min I called again and he gobbled less than 10 yards behind me and gave me a heart attack its the loudest thing ive ever heard lol. I didn't here him walk in or see him that why I was startled. I would definitely say you are getting too close to the roost and scaring them. Get set up 200 yards away and call as soon as they get out..

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