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Rebels75

Fall Turkey Hunting

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I know that we're all getting ready for the spring hunt but I'm curious. Does anyone know if getting drawn for a fall hunt affects your preference for the spring drawing? I just acquired some new hunting land in my home area. We already were drawn for 349A this spring so I'm very interested to know if I do get drawn for a fall hunt around home what it will do to my spring preference number.

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No. They are separate hunts. One does not affect the other.

Good luck with the new spot!

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Thank you for the info. I wondered about that. The zone that I'm looking at only put out 10 permits last year so the party hunt wouldn't be what I would be going after but I didn't want to hurt our chances when spring comes again.

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I was reading in Outdoor News that there are going to be some changes coming for turkey hunting. One that they said was probably going to be in effect for this fall is that fall tags are going to be availabe over the counter, no need to apply. Also, the fall season will one 30 day season.

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If they implement both, we may see a high success rate.

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That may help out the Fall success rate, but could hurt the next spring rate! frown

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