gobbler


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gobbler

Informal a male turkey
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Fences, ditches, creeks, hedgerows and roads often stop short an otherwise interested gobbler.
Two broadheads specifically designed for shooting birds in the head are Arrowdynamic Solutions' Gobbler Guillotine (www.
TACTIC TO TRY Roosting a gobbler the evening before a hunt can pay big dividends, particularly when toms are still surrounded by hens.
To make sure he doesn't shoot a bird beyond the effective range of his shotgun, Cole said he sets up in a position where vegetation or the crest of a hill will prevent him from even seeing a gobbler responding to his calls until the bird is "within my 30-yard range.
A dense block, of timber that wrapped around the perimeter of this central Wisconsin field would enable me to float until the gobbler Made his way off the field.
April 11, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --Pennsylvania Game Commission officials are reporting that the unusual seasonal conditions being experienced throughout much of Pennsylvania will present turkey hunters with a mixed blessing as they plan for the upcoming spring gobbler season.
Risking a peek out the back window of the blind, I could see that the huge gobbler had cut the distance in half and was locked on to the hen decoy I had placed out in front of my blind.
The overall appearance of the north Florida eastern gobbler is generally bronze in color.
Shooting turkeys with a shotgun began as soon as firearms showed up in North America, but the refinement of calling a gobbler full of spring lust was evidently learned from Indians.
When a wary gobbler is hung up, shoot with confidence knowing you have Briley's straight-rifled Super Turkey choke threaded into your barrel.
The idea behind ``pardoning'' the turkeys, after all, is to spare them from a miserable fate, but poor Marshmallow and Yam seem to be giving up one form of gobbler grief for another.