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Old 11-27-2019, 08:40 AM   #1
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April 1st-12th

Headed back home to East TN for some killer Eastern Tom action with my dad (65yr). Current bag limit is 4 bearded turkeys per hunter. All public land. Within 1 hour drive we have access to 3 different WMAs totalling 300,000 acres.

If anyone is interested, license cost for Non-Residents $214.50 + a $25 wma permit.

2 good friends I met here on GS are coming with. Dad and I will be guiding/hunting with them one on one.

If anyone else would like to come we can map you out an area and give pointers. One of the WMAs has over 200 miles of driveable dirt roads so access is fairly simple. You will need to be in good shape as there are a lot of hills and quite a bit of running.

It'll cost you hotel and rental car. If it's only a couple, we can all do dinner at my parents each night given each of us cooks on a different night for everyone. Otherwise we all go out and split the meal cost. I'd prefer cooking.
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Old 01-21-2020, 04:53 PM   #2
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Update: two friends cancelled.

If anyone wants to join (up to 2) all it'll cost is license, fuel, and grocery help.
It's a 16 hour straight through drive. We can all stay at my parents so long as everyone helps cook and ride together.

Only guarantee is good food and fun.
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You have my attention!

Let me check the schedule and I'll get back to you.
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My family up there likes to turkey hunt more than deer! Lol. I never got into it.
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I'll watch Catman on youtube.
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Sounds awesome, wish I was in a position to preshedule stuff
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Shocking....lol
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My family up there likes to turkey hunt more than deer! Lol. I never got into it.


I put deer on the back burner about 20 years ago for turkey.
Nothing like ending up a mile from where you started chasing them
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Best part of turkey season is standing by the truck in the dark getting ready to head to the woods and the whippoorwills start up....... nothing like it!



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I've ran plenty of ridges chasing gobbles only to hear them back where I started after I'm a mile away.

Deer hunting doesn't come close to the thrill of chasing turkeys.
My first turkey I shot at 7 steps. I had setup on a field edge in the dark and did a quiet calling sequence. At some point I fell asleep and woke up to a gobble that sounded as if it was in my lap. Opened my eyes and 2 toms, 1 jake, and 2 hens were 7 steps in from of me. All I had was a brushline between us. It was amazing!

Dad and I started tag teaming just before I moved here. One calling one shooting. Our success increased trifold.
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Old 02-04-2020, 10:01 PM   #14
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Flight is booked on Spirit, Austin-Nashville for $108 round trip!
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What part of TN? I got kinfolk in Murfreesboro
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Old 02-04-2020, 11:46 PM   #16
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Will you have birds roosted for those arriving Friday night, Apr 3rd?
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Half the fun is getting out and finding your own birds to hunt. I’m debating where to hunt easterns this year. Part of me wants to go to western Missouri just to be close to Kansas if I tag out quickly, but those guys from the hunting public did very well in Tennessee last spring and not having to stop hunting at 1:00 PM is another plus. New Mexico is on the agenda as well. I’ve done well out there the last three springs. Decisions, decisions...

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Old 02-05-2020, 10:32 AM   #18
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What part of TN? I got kinfolk in Murfreesboro
Knoxville is the closest city.

Flying into Nashville for cheap then driving 2.5 hours home.
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Old 02-05-2020, 10:35 AM   #19
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Will you have birds roosted for those arriving Friday night, Apr 3rd?
Unfortunately No, I won't get into town until Saturday evening. But I could give you GPS coordinates of where to start.

After hunting the same areas for 20 years we have a pretty good idea where the birds will be. We don't roost them at night, that's like hunting over a feeder and takes the fun out of the hunt.

We'll drive in Sunday AM early and locate while driving down dirt roads in the area.
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Old 02-05-2020, 12:58 PM   #20
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So you would start Sunday April 5. I can do that and look forward to chatting with you and making this work. Sounds like a blast. Curious what the closest Southwest Airlines friendly airport would be. I have points I could use. Nashville, Charlotte, Atlanta? I suppose driving is an option but that's a LONG way!

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Old 02-05-2020, 01:13 PM   #21
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Southwest flies into Nashville. That's an easier drive that Atlanta. Driving sucks. I've done that more times that I care to count.
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Old 02-12-2020, 02:52 PM   #22
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Trip is booked boys and girls. Jayson (Outback) and I will be meeting up in Nashville and driving to Knoxville on Saturday April 4th. It'll be balls to the wall Sun, Mon, Tues, Wed, and Thurs.

We will primarily be hunting the North Cumberland WMA. Public land 30 minute drive.
The North Cumberland Wildlife Management Area spans four counties: Scott, Anderson, Campbell and Morgan. Maintained by the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency, the WMA consists of more than 140,000 acres in three units — the Royal Blue Unit, Sundquist Unit and New River Unit. It is a popular destination for ATV riders and hunters, and is home to one of the largest wild elk herds east of the Mississippi River.

With a backup plan to hit TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority) land, comparable to USCOE land here. 20k acres within 30 minutes of us.

And, if it comes down to the last day, we will just go across the street from my parents house and tag one there on private.
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Sounds like a great time. I was half joking about getting birds roosted Fri night for others. I never considered roosted is roasted while turkey hunting especially for Easterns. It's that easy to kill one if you have him roosted the night before? Opposite experience in northeast TX for me and rarely do they gobble in the evenings. Are atvs allowed on that wma during spring turkey? That would be frustrating to have one drive up while working a bird
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Looking forward to it. I've only hunted Rio turkey in Llano. I know where they are and call them in from near their roost. It's not that hard to do. I'm looking forward to actually hunting them like they do on TV. I've got my TBH made slate call and both owl and crow locator calls. If Justin doesn't kill me running and gunning it will be a great memory! I'm hoping we can find a little home brew while we are in the heart of moonshine country.
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Looking forward to it. I've only hunted Rio turkey in Llano. I know where they are and call them in from near their roost. It's not that hard to do. I'm looking forward to actually hunting them like they do on TV. I've got my TBH made slate call and both owl and crow locator calls. If Justin doesn't kill me running and gunning it will be a great memory! I'm hoping we can find a little home brew while we are in the heart of moonshine country.
Have you ever killed an Eastern on public land?
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It's that easy to kill one if you have him roosted the night before? Opposite experience in northeast TX for me and rarely do they gobble in the evenings. Are atvs allowed on that wma during spring turkey?
They aren't that easy to kill, even if you do roost 'em. All depends on how horny he is and if he is with/around he's.
The fun is in finding them and playing cat and mouse.

Yes, quads, 4x4s, sedans, bicycles, hikers are all allowed on the 400+ miles of roads within the area. Animals see these everyday and they don't seem to be affected. I've deer hunted 10ft off the road before. They make for good travel routes when chasing birds and trying to circle them. Most places we tend to hunt you could walk for a mile or two before crossing one.
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Old 02-13-2020, 08:45 AM   #27
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Cool. Man with all those roads so close together it sounds like it would be hard to find an area that hasn't been called to death if the roads are more or less 2 miles apart. How is hunting pressure in that area? I assume you would keep driving down the road to the next spot if a truck is parked where you want to go? I commonly see 3 or 4 trucks parked in one spot and they all end up working the same bird which is stupid and dangerous.
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T-minus 7 days till we leave Texas.
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Are yall still flying? I see Tennessee has exploded with cv19. I'm kind of surprised it's one of the higher states with it in the southeast
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Old 03-28-2020, 05:17 PM   #30
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No. We are driving and staying at a hotel at this point but bringing camping gear just in case. Heading out early Saturday.

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Old 03-28-2020, 05:50 PM   #31
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Nashville is the bad spot due to the major airport there.
We'll be in the sticks with banjos and guns on hips!
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Old 03-28-2020, 05:55 PM   #32
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Looks like Memphis is hard hit as well.
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I watched a video earlier, Pigeon Forge/Gatlinburg was shut down. Everything.
Looked like a ghost town.

Good luck. Love that part of the country, but hated the drive getting there.
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And, for the record, I will go back to spend more money.



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In 2008, my brother and I hiked the Great Smoky Mountain section of the Appalachian Trail. Put in 77 miles in 5 days. Craziest trip ever!
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Good deal. Glad to hear that yall are playing it safe. Have a safe trip and hope you find lots of gobbling birds
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35 yards
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After 5 shots I called it quits
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On that last shot did you do a click or 2 to the left on the red dot to move your point of impact a little more to the left? Did you try a shot at 15 yds to see what it looked like? Going to be a small margin for error on a pattern that tight. Aren't most of your shots inside 30 yds since you are hunting in the woods?
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Sighting in my 12 g with 3" mags was painful!
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Yes, I compensated for the off pattern. I just couldn't bring myself to shoot a verification shot.
I'll do 20 yard shot on Thursday.
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Good deal. Yea a 6th shot would send me to the hospital. Try dove loads for initial poi adjustment and then do a close and far range shot with regular loads to verify. Have u had any reports from the woods back home?
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Dad says they are fired up. 6 Tom's above his house strutting each day but weather next week is 50% chance of rain each day. Hopefully all the normal hunters stay home. We are doing this and by golly have fun doing it!
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Lead sled is the way to go when sighting in a turkey gun. I'm running the old federal heavyweight 7's out of my 12 gauge and love the patterns I'm getting at 40. The higher pellet counts allow you to open it up a bit and still have plenty of shots on target.

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Awesome! Yea that rain will probably keep a lot of people away. Lookin forward to hearing how it goes. Interested in maybe making the trip next year
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Lead sled is the way to go when sighting in a turkey gun. I'm running the old federal heavyweight 7's out of my 12 gauge and love the patterns I'm getting at 40. The higher pellet counts allow you to open it up a bit and still have plenty of shots on target.
Good thinking. Is that the 1 5/8 oz load? What choke are you shooting? You headed back to Sacramento's in May?
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Good thinking. Is that the 1 5/8 oz load? What choke are you shooting? You headed back to Sacramento's in May?
Likely be in there opening day depending on how efficiently I can fill my Texas and Oklahoma tags. And yes, the 1 5/8 ounce loads and a trulock tss choke (restriction escapes me at the moment).

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Chili fixins are prepped and packaged. Truck is packed.
Crockpot - Check
Stove- Check
Camo- Check
Gun- Check
Rain gear- Check
DoD essential employee paperwork in hand- Check

Turkeys are fired up and ready for action; per my dad this morning when he found 1 gobbler with 10" beard and heard 6 more thundering off from roost.

Hopefully the weather holds out for us with 50% chance of rain all next week.
Either way Outback (Jayson) and I will be there and chasing.

Even with the statewide shelter order from Tennessee Governor Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency states that hunting is an Essential Activity. Heck yeah!
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Old 04-18-2020, 08:32 PM   #48
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So how did the hunt go?
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I was wondering the same thing
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I am working on our write up encompassing the entire week. Should be completed by Thursday of this week.

Cliff Notes:
22 miles hiked
4,600 ft elevation accumulated
Bunch of TN rednecks evading wives all week
Multiple trips to eat Krystal's

Awesome trip with my new friend Jayson!
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