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Gordie

had a little fun today

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on the way to my second job I saw a gobbler so I pulled off the side of the road and started calling and then there were five gobblers talkin back and they all came running towards me even with out a gun its a rush. they came within 45 yds of the truck which I was in and just strutted around like nobodys bussiness. so then I had to call a buddy that was suposed to be hunting today but got called to work and said listen I clucked and yelped and the gobblers started bellerian away and all I coud hear from my buddy was words that you cant use on this site. just told him I had to rub it in.

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Now you are a true friend!! That's great!

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I did the same thing this morning. Any little call I made they would double gobble at.

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on the way to my second job I saw a gobbler so I pulled off the side of the road and started calling and then there were five gobblers talkin back and they all came running towards me even with out a gun its a rush. they came within 45 yds of the truck which I was in and just strutted around like nobodys bussiness. so then I had to call a buddy that was suposed to be hunting today but got called to work and said listen I clucked and yelped and the gobblers started bellerian away and all I coud hear from my buddy was words that you cant use on this site. just told him I had to rub it in.
troublemaker, smirklaughwink just like on the spearing forum. funny though. laughlaughlaughlaugh

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