Tom #2 down.


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Mar 1, 2011
Started out this AM with a big gobbler responding off the roost and circling begin me. Unfortunately, I got a glimps of the Tom as he headed up the hill behind me. :-\ set up in another spot after a bite of lunch and while walking along a high ridge line, a gobbler responded back to some fast cutts. I set up and in less then 5 min, I see three big toms running toward the ridge top. Right away I see three bright red heads and input the bead on the lead dominant bird. Score on #2: 10.25 in beard, 1 in spurs, and 22lbs.

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Good job. I let 3 more walk yesterday, 2 year olds with 4 or 5 inch beards.They were at 15 yrds for 5 min. Can't be shooting next years trophies today. There is several big birds in the area,so I will tryem tomarrow.
Wow very cool , Congrats. the birds up here are coming to the call and stepping in front of the gun at an astounding rate, I have'nt seen them behave this foolishly in several years. I'm starting to feel bad for them....
Thanks guys! I think this is one of the best seasons so far. Two birds in 4 full days of hunting.


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