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Discussion in 'Trail Cam Photos & Pics from the stand' started by River rat86, Feb 25, 2018.
dont they know it’s only February?
Turkey rut never stops!
Saw the same thing yesterday.
It's that time of year. Fun to watch.
I wish I'd get that many on my cameras. I only get a 1/2 dozen at best.
They have cabin fever also.
Hope them strutters dont fall over dead before season.
Their in the clear now, if the make past 12/31 into the new year all is good in the turkey hood
Many of them will. Early spring, prior to hunting season is a major period of natural mortality for adult gobblers.
Why is that?????
Because they break up from the larger groups to smaller groups or singles. They disperse into unfamiliar areas to breed. Both make them very vulnerable to predation. Also, they spar and fight which can cause injuries, broken wings etc that weaken them or prevent them from roosting or escaping.
Well, sh it.... guess I’ll save my money on tags this year.
I should do that anyway given the past couple years.
We won't be hunting turkeys again this year. There just aren't any to hunt. Gonna take about 3-5 years of good hatch and luck to get us back up to a decent population.
It's carnage out there really. Be careful squirrel hunting guys. Don't trip over a dead turkey and hurt yourself.
Pretty good podcast on Meateater with head of NWTF if you need a good 1.5hr to kill on a drive Pretty interesting discussion on the relocation efforts and why earlier attempts failed for various reasons. (Podcasts from them are always free)
Nawww.... thats dumb. Plenty make it thru til season. Missouri has an extremely high turkey density, one of the highest in the nation. Just because maybe 20% may die before season, theres still 8 in 10 still out there to be hunted.
MDC says there no reason not to hunt...
Looks like someone is chasing someone.................again!
Who's in who's head - you two never cease to amaze me?