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I'm thinking...

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...I might have to give this turkey hunting stuff a try.

I have a beat up old 12 gauge somewhere that I haven't shot in 30 years. Find some camo clothes? Maybe watch some youtube videos. Do a little learning on calling.

We never had these birds in central Minnesota when I grew up. Now they're getting to be everywhere.

Brother sent this from up there. This flock is about 150 yards from my property up there.

I'm thinking hard about it fellas. Never done it but thinking hard.

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give it a try, I started about 5 or 6 years ago, only usually get out 2-3 times each spring but I love it, weather is usually a bit different than deer hunting and if you can get one to respond to a call you'll be hooked. Get yourself a box call and a slate or glass call, they're not too difficult to do some simple calling with.. 

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If you have enough ground, could be a lot of fun.  We are covered up in turkeys here in the fall, I had 4 nice very longbeards under me in my beans yesterday afternoon, come spring they are off in the bottoms and don't usually see them.  It is a lot of fun getting them to respond to your calling though.  My luck with them here though has been that even when they were roosting on  our property or near our property lines they would typically fly down to the lowland property bordering us, frustration finally got the better of me and have not really given any effort in years.  

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