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gobbler

Informal a male turkey
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Second spring gobbler license sales to close at midnight on April 20
While you never know what to expect in the mountains at that time of year, I've opened my turkey season on snowshoes and killed gobblers in spring blizzards.
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.
Roe today reminded spring gobbler hunters they can take advantage of full-day hunting -- from one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset -- beginning Monday, May 16.
Throughout the spring, a gobbler is a bundle of pure testosterone-driven emotion, or at least what looks like emotion.
This season gobblers are of average abundance in the San Bernardino Mountains, where the largest Southland concentrations are found.
If you bust up a group of gobblers, the low raspy gobbler yelp is often the call used to call them back in.
It is eight percent above the previous three-year average, and five percent above the previous 10-year average, which included a period when Pennsylvania logged five consecutive harvests of more than 40,000 gobblers.
It will give you an added advantage early in the season if the gobblers are with hens and unable to be lured in with a call.
The federation says 92 percent of homes will be carving up the gobblers this year, and celebrations are likely to be larger with the current emphasis on family get-togethers.
com) is for you This bird has been purposely designed to be smaller than usual, not only to be non-intimidating to other gobblers, but so its very presence and size will incite other toms to the aggressive behaviors that will draw them in close enough for a bow shot.
But, judging from the fact that the harvest jumped by nearly 1,000 gobblers, a fair number of those first-time tag holders decided to give turkey hunting a try - with success.