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Just curious as to how many of us still frequent here, I know a lot of the regulars have moved to more localised and canadian forums anyone still use this?

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Just a slow time of year for us eastern canadians. It always picks back up about mid summer but everybody is just resting after a long hard winter.

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Still here...lucky you neener!

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Should see some turkey reports from the Upper Canadian crowd soon. Season just opened here on Monday.

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A few boarder jumpers around also neener!

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I try to visit regular like saski said turkey seasion started on Monday.
Went out yesterday after work, didn't see any sign. so I will go out tonight were I saw three long beards. We can hunt till 7:00pm.
Regards F.K.

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Fisher King wrote:
I try to visit regular like saski said turkey seasion started on Monday.
Went out yesterday after work, didn't see any sign. so I will go out tonight were I saw three long beards. We can hunt till 7:00pm.
Regards F.K.

There's a TON of them on the farm I'm staying at. I listen to them gobble every morning while having my moring coffee while the dog does his business.

I'm tempted to take the course and pop one (I know the farmer would love that too) but I have a hard enough time eating a chicken, never mind a whole gobbler. Maybe next year.

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I tellya after eating wild turkey it makes a butterball tast like papermashay Yes .
Regards F.K.

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Fisher King wrote:
I tellya after eating wild turkey it makes a butterball tast like papermashay Yes .
Regards F.K.

I hear ya...i've had it. Its the quantity that is the problem. Cooking for one sucks

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Me and my hunting buddy got a double header Saterday. Time to get another tag.
F.K.

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