Snowman wrote:I live in HEL. The Huntsville, Eden, Liberty area. Come anytime, there's a good training range, and room to shoot clay birds too. Always looking for shooting buddies.
muddy wrote:I'm headed out this spring as well, last time I hunted turkeys was in the late 90's in South Dakota. Turkeys tend to move around some so the best advice I can give about where to go is next month start driving around and shock gobbling the birds. Early morning and late evening are the best times to shock gobble since if you get a gobble you can be somewhat sure the birds are roosting close to that area and will probably be returning to that roost site for a while. Shock gobbling can be done any time of the day to locate travel and feed areas. I use a few different calls to shock gobble birds but have found the louder the better and the call doesn't really need to be anything real just loud and sharp.
Cheyenne20 wrote:This may be a little off topic, but I am trying to determine where I want to scout for birds. I got a new Garmin Oregon 450 for Christmas. Does anyone have experience with the special hunting GPS maps? Garmin sells one along with another company for about $100. It supposedly has all of the plat info and everything else you could want on one map. Are they worth the money?
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