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DonBo

Fall Turkey Applications Due Now

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Minnesota Fall Turkey applications are due Friday, July 31st.

Wisconsin is due Saturday, August 1st.

With all the nice dry weather this spring, bird numbers should be way up!

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Don't forget, just a few days left.

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Don't say I didn't try to warn you. grin

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Donbo, you warned and I listened...but I still missed the deadline. UGH!!

Do they offer surplus tags? I hope so.

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can you shoot a fall turkey if you got one in the spring? someone told that you could but I think the regs state that you can only shoot one bearded turkey a year not that I want to shoot a hen but its not a bearded turkey and I think the only way I would shoot a hen is if I were going to do a custom mount with a tom and a hen and I'm sure they would be just as Tastey.

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The fall and spring seasons are seperate. Yes, you can take one in the spring and in the fall.

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thanks DonBo and I assume you mean bearded on both seasons

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Fall is for ANY bird.

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