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Old 03-25-2018, 08:28 PM   #201
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Well done James, we just fried up some south Texas bird and it was delish. I have hell posting pics here so y'all will have to trust to me.
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Old 03-25-2018, 09:09 PM   #202
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Clay, my Dad said you want to poach my turkeys off our place...







Have at them and good luck.


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Old 03-25-2018, 09:12 PM   #203
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Completely different hunting that what I've been used to. Thick cover, standing black water, weary pressured birds, silent for the most part other than gobbling on the roost. Last hunt of the trip I had a gobbler drumming this morning at about 20 yards but couldn't shoot for the briars and deadfall at about my 7 o'clock position. He figured me out then let out a gobble at about 80 yards as he shot me the middle feather and rolled out. That's hunting though. Definitely not the killing we are used to in Texas. I plan on hunting a different state every year from here on out even if I've already killed the subspecies. So much to learn hunting on the road, makes you realize how spoiled we target rich Texas hunters are....Congrats to all who killed this weekend and good luck to the rest. Sunrise in the morning will find the wifey and I on the San Antone trying for her a gobbler last time she sat there she killed a 5 bearded tom. Haven't hunted them in 2 years at this place to give them a little time to recover their numbers.....


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I think the hardest part of hunting trips is the time constraint. Itís tough to kill a bird in a new place in 3 days.

Had you been able to scout and spend a few weeks there, the results would have been different.
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Old 03-25-2018, 09:13 PM   #204
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Old 03-25-2018, 09:14 PM   #205
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Old 03-26-2018, 10:54 AM   #206
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A couple of nice photos from the ranch.
Pretty sure the strutter is the bird I killed Friday afternoon.



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Not too bueno! Ended up only getting to hunt Saturday evening. Could only find two birds that would even make a peep. Called one up abut 2 and other up about 5:30. Both jakes so we passed. Headed out west for the opener this weekend. Canít suck any worse than it did Saturday
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Old 03-26-2018, 12:09 PM   #208
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Not too bueno! Ended up only getting to hunt Saturday evening. Could only find two birds that would even make a peep. Called one up abut 2 and other up about 5:30. Both jakes so we passed. Headed out west for the opener this weekend. Canít suck any worse than it did Saturday


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Old 03-27-2018, 09:20 AM   #209
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I'm taking the recurve out all this week. I've already punched two tags so I'm hoping to get my second recurve bird since I picked up bow hunting turks.


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Old 03-28-2018, 12:30 PM   #210
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I may have to find a different spot to hunt depending how much rain Karnes County gets.
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Old 03-28-2018, 02:49 PM   #211
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I may have to find a different spot to hunt depending how much rain Karnes County gets.

It blew through pretty quick, looking clear back to the north. I was just west of Falls city and I bet we got less than an inch.
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Old 03-28-2018, 04:22 PM   #212
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Had around an inch in Nixon, so this weekend's hunt should be fine. I'm headed south Friday!
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Old 03-28-2018, 04:52 PM   #213
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In and all caught up.

Congrats on all the birds so far! The days between now and when I get to chase em are closing fast... but not fast enough!
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Iím either hunting or guiding for the next 5 weekends straight!! Life is good!!Name:  IMG_1257.jpg
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Old 03-29-2018, 04:39 AM   #215
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Nice!

Quick day trip to DFW then heading south this afternoon.

Wonít make the evening hunt but weíll be after em in the mornin

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Old 03-29-2018, 06:41 AM   #216
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Man Clay, that's early. Good practice for early morning wake up call for the blind
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Old 03-29-2018, 08:56 AM   #217
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What do yíall notice more of in regards to iridescence on the tail feather? Green or purple?
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Old 03-29-2018, 02:30 PM   #218
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Man Clay, that's early. Good practice for early morning wake up call for the blind


Meetings knocked out and jumpin on a plane back to Austin.

Should be in Karnes in time to put some birds to bed
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Old 03-29-2018, 03:05 PM   #219
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What do y’all notice more of in regards to iridescence on the tail feather? Green or purple?
Was actually just talking with some friends about this yesterday- green. Haven’t ever seen a really big bird with the purple/bronze, most were in that 7-9” beard range.
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Old 03-29-2018, 08:03 PM   #220
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Super wet in Karnes County

Headin to this place in the mornin...hoping for the same results



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Old 03-30-2018, 05:06 AM   #221
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Not sure how much service Iíll have there but Iíll update as I can.
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Old 03-30-2018, 01:30 PM   #222
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Just made it back.

PoPo got one off the roost at about 8am. Came into the decoys but wouldnít fully commit. He body shot him about 25 yards

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Old 03-30-2018, 02:29 PM   #223
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Attaboy PoPo!! Congrats!!
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Old 03-30-2018, 02:31 PM   #224
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Old 03-30-2018, 06:03 PM   #225
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Opted to hang out with Kayden instead of he evening hunt.

Weíll be back at it in the mornin

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Congrats PoPo! We made it out to the lease last night .....went out this morning to one of my favorite spots and found 5 longbeards roosted together with no hens! Kind of odd!! I didn’t put them to bed tonight because we was busy putting out cottonseed. But I’m
pretty confident there will be atleast a couple there in the morning
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Old 03-30-2018, 09:16 PM   #227
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Congrats PoPo! We made it out to the lease last night .....went out this morning to one of my favorite spots and found 5 longbeards roosted together with no hens! Kind of odd!! I didnít put them to bed tonight because we was busy putting out cottonseed. But Iím
pretty confident there will be atleast a couple there in the morning


Good luck!

Iíve witnessed a lot of the same thing with lone gobblers

What are your thoughts about that? Still early?
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Iíve witnessed a lot of the same thing with lone gobblers

What are your thoughts about that? Still early?
Yes....still early here. But they are in trouble tomorrow morning if they follow the script
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Old 03-30-2018, 09:30 PM   #229
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Got the popup set up in one of my more consistent areas with birds in the area. Hoping to slicktrick a good un tomorrow. Buddy nick is setup in a natural blind on the other side of the lease. Lotta birds on feeder cameras. Hope they are looking for love tomorrow.

Signal may not allow me to post so Iíll check in when I can. Good luck to everybody.

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Old 03-30-2018, 09:40 PM   #230
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Enjoy this thread each year. Congrats, lots of nice hunting going on in this thread.
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Old 03-30-2018, 10:15 PM   #231
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Got the popup set up in one of my more consistent areas with birds in the area. Hoping to slicktrick a good un tomorrow. Buddy nick is setup in a natural blind on the other side of the lease. Lotta birds on feeder cameras. Hope they are looking for love tomorrow.

Signal may not allow me to post so Iíll check in when I can. Good luck to everybody.



Good luck Smart!!
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Old 03-30-2018, 10:17 PM   #232
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Old 03-30-2018, 11:37 PM   #233
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We started the opener at a buddies place about 25 minutes to the north of Brackettville. Went up Friday afternoon and baited hog traps and did a few things around the ranch, and set out just before dark hoping to pop a hog or free range axis.

About 6:30 I had a sounder of hogs come in to the water trough, but there were so many turkeys sounding off nearby I ended up letting the hogs wander into the brush as I was pumped that such a good number of birds were nearby heading to roost.

At sun up me and a young buddy who'd been wanting to get into hunting wanted to tag along with me to see how I called them in as it was his first turkey hunt. We setup under a big cedar and set up a tom over a kneeling hen decoy, and a little after 7:00a.m. the gobblers were sounding off in the distance.

Long long after we had one coming in fast to my calls and he came in view the decoys and we could he him spitting and drumming from behind us. My buddies eyes were as big as saucers as it was his first experience. The strutter walked past us and went for the decoys and once he was directly in from of me I dropped him. My buddy said the birds spitting and drumming sounded like a darn spaceship or something and how much of a rush it was.

We retrieved the tom and I swapped spots with him and gave him my shotgun, as the one he brought was a pretty old browning that was so shiny and glossy that the glare would've probably would've spooked the birds as soon as they got sight of it. I called and within 20 minutes a jake came and stood in the same spot as the tom had, and he was happy to take him as his first bird.

We walked back to the camp house with our birds and about 40 minutes later we heard another shot up from where by buddy, the landowner and other friend who is a retired game warden had been set up. My warden buddy had sealed the deal on a pretty old bird that weighed a little over 22 pounds and had a huge head and some big worn feet with a broken spur. 3 Down on opening morning and it was a great hunt.

On the second day the birds were quiet once they came off the roost and the buddy who's place we were on passed on a jake that morning. That evening 3 of us went back out, while one stayed in camp to smoke a hog and prepare dinner. I heard the toms talking as soon as I got out and cut through an area to avoid disturbing the birds at the water trough on the front of the property.

I talked back and forth with toms that seemed henned up for a couple of hours and after 7:30 just as I was thinking the birds were going to the roost two gobbling toms committed to the calls and once they say my decoy setup it was on. I took aim on the dominant tom and dropped him at 7:47p.m. That was about the latest and pulled the trigger on a bird, and I was fortunate that my buddy allowed me to use two tags on his place on opening weekend.

Now I'm looking forward to the east Texas opener so I can go after my eastern, and hopefully come across one of the jakes I let walk on last year all grown up now. Then on the last weekend of the south zone season I get to take my wife up to Junction to try for a bird. Been a good start to the season and I'm looking forward to the rest of it...
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Old 03-30-2018, 11:59 PM   #234
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Old 03-31-2018, 05:06 AM   #235
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Hunting the same spot as yesterday woh a little different setups

Wonít have any service so Iíll update when I get back.

Good luck to all the northern folks this morning!
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Old 03-31-2018, 05:41 AM   #237
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It’s on!! Good luck fellars
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Old 03-31-2018, 05:49 AM   #238
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Itís a windy mofo here today
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Anyone hearing any gobbling this morning? I'm just north of weatherford and I haven't heard or seen a thing. Beautiful morning to be out tho.
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Old 03-31-2018, 09:27 AM   #241
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We started the opener at a buddies place about 25 minutes to the north of Brackettville. Went up Friday afternoon and baited hog traps and did a few things around the ranch, and set out just before dark hoping to pop a hog or free range axis.

About 6:30 I had a sounder of hogs come in to the water trough, but there were so many turkeys sounding off nearby I ended up letting the hogs wander into the brush as I was pumped that such a good number of birds were nearby heading to roost.

At sun up me and a young buddy who'd been wanting to get into hunting wanted to tag along with me to see how I called them in as it was his first turkey hunt. We setup under a big cedar and set up a tom over a kneeling hen decoy, and a little after 7:00a.m. the gobblers were sounding off in the distance.

Long long after we had one coming in fast to my calls and he came in view the decoys and we could he him spitting and drumming from behind us. My buddies eyes were as big as saucers as it was his first experience. The strutter walked past us and went for the decoys and once he was directly in from of me I dropped him. My buddy said the birds spitting and drumming sounded like a darn spaceship or something and how much of a rush it was.

We retrieved the tom and I swapped spots with him and gave him my shotgun, as the one he brought was a pretty old browning that was so shiny and glossy that the glare would've probably would've spooked the birds as soon as they got sight of it. I called and within 20 minutes a jake came and stood in the same spot as the tom had, and he was happy to take him as his first bird.

We walked back to the camp house with our birds and about 40 minutes later we heard another shot up from where by buddy, the landowner and other friend who is a retired game warden had been set up. My warden buddy had sealed the deal on a pretty old bird that weighed a little over 22 pounds and had a huge head and some big worn feet with a broken spur. 3 Down on opening morning and it was a great hunt.

On the second day the birds were quiet once they came off the roost and the buddy who's place we were on passed on a jake that morning. That evening 3 of us went back out, while one stayed in camp to smoke a hog and prepare dinner. I heard the toms talking as soon as I got out and cut through an area to avoid disturbing the birds at the water trough on the front of the property.

I talked back and forth with toms that seemed henned up for a couple of hours and after 7:30 just as I was thinking the birds were going to the roost two gobbling toms committed to the calls and once they say my decoy setup it was on. I took aim on the dominant tom and dropped him at 7:47p.m. That was about the latest and pulled the trigger on a bird, and I was fortunate that my buddy allowed me to use two tags on his place on opening weekend.

Now I'm looking forward to the east Texas opener so I can go after my eastern, and hopefully come across one of the jakes I let walk on last year all grown up now. Then on the last weekend of the south zone season I get to take my wife up to Junction to try for a bird. Been a good start to the season and I'm looking forward to the rest of it...
Congrats, Doug is a great guy been to his place a couple of times
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We didnít waste anytime in the SE Panhandle smelling fresh burnt gun powder!


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Old 03-31-2018, 10:14 AM   #243
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Old 03-31-2018, 10:51 AM   #245
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Congrats, Doug is a great guy been to his place a couple of times
He sure is...he's guided the on a ranch we did our NWTF youth hunts on in Brackettville for the past 7 or 8 years. I've been hunting with him on his place every spring for just about that long. It's always a good time and we always look forward to it...
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Originally Posted by jaker_cc View Post
You fool one this morning?





Buddy got em with a gun
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