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Anyone hearing any? Had one sneak in silent behind my wife and My blind. Started spitting and drumming maybe 10-15 yards behind us. But never came around for a shot
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Beautiful morning in the turkey woods.Most gobbling I have heard all year so far. Longbeard hit the dirt at 655
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Didn’t hear a thing today

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Missed one at 11:00. They have been tight lipped lately and coming in silent.
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Was a beautiful morning in washington county. Heard 4 at first lite and called in 2. Not alot of gobbling but they came in quick when they decided to commit. I killed nice 2 yo at 730am with thick 8” beard and 1” spurs at 30 yds with super x win 6 shot. Dropped like a stone and never flopped. This was first turkey i took usng a red dot and i am sold. Btw killed on gamelands.
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Not a peep for the 6th day in a row. Hard to believe with all the ground i have covered in many areas and not a single gobble. I live in farm country and have yet to even see a hen in a field all spring.

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Since I had a meeting down in Wv this morning for work. I was able to stay at camp in Ohio and hunt. Didnít hear anything on the roost and after doing some walking I found a couple birds gobbling. Had to cross over to another mountain but it was worth it as a few calls and this jake was in my lap.

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Nice job, cspot. That's making the most of your time!
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If my hearing wasn't so poor I suspect my turkey hunting success would be better. I simply don't hear them as far out as I used to. Now they have to be pretty close. Then when I do hear one I can't figure out which direction to go to closer to it. Half the time when setting up I don't even know which direction to be facing.

That happened again twice today. I hear gobblers and couldn't figure out which direction they were. When I started the direction I thought they were I couldn't hear them any longer.

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If my hearing wasn't so poor I suspect my turkey hunting success would be better. I simply don't hear them as far out as I used to. Now they have to be pretty close. Then when I do hear one I can't figure out which direction to go to closer to it. Half the time when setting up I don't even know which direction to be facing.

That happened again twice today. I hear gobblers and couldn't figure out which direction they were. When I started the direction I thought they were I couldn't hear them any longer.

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Not sure about up where you are but the vegetation is really getting thick and tall down here. Turkey that sound far away sometimes really aren't that far now.

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