Santo Armano Big PA Buck
Here's a turkey I got this past spring.
Nice bird Jerry
Oops! Frigging won’t keep me logged in double post!!
Just getting caught up in this thread. Congrats guys on some fine Trad bow kills.
Took my first turkey with a recurve!
Quiet now. No visuals in the field. Breezy. 5 Swans just went over me at treetop height.
Hens are talking. One came in to visit me a bit ago. She fed all around. Still see her, but now about 60 yards out.
Day 3. Quiet, overcasr 39 degrees and a little breeze. I am on a slope about 40 yards from a private field. Was beans last year. Few gobbles, but i see 10 -12 turkeys in the private field. maybe 120 yards away, including one strutting gobbler.
Problem is, and always has been.....getting them to swap fields. A new top secret weapon was deployed this am..robo gobbler. No....not motorized. But it looks like a frankenturkey. Finished cobbling it together yesterday. We shall see...
Like to see that Chuck....maybe add a hidden microphone 😂
Gordon, Congrats brother!
Is that a Jerry Hill longbow your shooting?
Thank you. Yes, it's a Jerry Hill bow.
Hens are talking, just 200 yards away. Mallards and woodies flying and talking . Cranes will start up soon. Songbirds singing. Waited all winter for this.
Ew...43 degrees, gobblers roosted on my ridge. And they are talking. I won already, no matter the outcome.
Nice. I have never taken a fox.
Here are a couple from last season.
Gteat pics there Dan.
Good luck tomorrow Chuck.
They'll come back you way tomorrow Chuck. It seems they liked your calling.
Man o man....great job you guys ! Today was our turkey opener. It was 26 degrees out. I had a nice gobbler within 6-8 yards, just a few steps shy of getting shot at. But something didn't work and it just turned around and walked away. I won...called it and a few others over from a couple hundred yards away, on the neighbors field. Just...almost.
Looks like you have had a great year Gordon! Congratulations!
@ Sailor (Colorado) Thank you. It was a fun year. I got to hunt some new public hunting and see some new country.
Thought I would post a couple of pictures from this hunting season. I was blessed to be able to hunt quite a bit and with really great friends.
Congrats Mr Bisch