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Pikestabber77

Hunting in the pines

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I have a few places I have in mind to hunt (state land), but the problem is pretty much all the pieces of land are all planted pines. I have seen tons of turkeys going in and out of there. How would you go about hunting this?

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They really like to roost in pine trees, if that's the case, set up where they are entering and exiting. Might only be good early and late in the day, but if they are roosting there, you've got a good spot.

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I've seen turkeys hang out in pines all day long especially if there's a good of younger trees. In fact christmas tree farms can be good options at times during the day.

In your case my question would be where are they going when they leave the pines? If it's off public land try knocking on a few doors and see if they'll give you permission to hunt there.

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I have had similar questions as I am looking to get permission on some land that has a pine tree plantation and I wondered how they utilize this type of habitat.

Don, when you say they like to roost in pine trees you mean the tall ones, like red lines, as opposed to Xmas tree like ones, right?

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There's food, (bugs and seeds) and cover in the pine tree plantations. They could use it at anytime during the day. I've seen them being used at different times through the daytime hours.

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Don, when you say they like to roost in pine trees you mean the tall ones, like red lines, as opposed to Xmas tree like ones, right?

Yep, the taller bigger pine trees are the ones used to roost in.

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