How close to roost do you get during season? I've climbed into the same tree with them on several occasions during deer season, but is that possible during turkey season? never tried, and don't think its necessary- just curious.
we've ended up righ under there roost a time or two. BUt LIke he said 100 yards is good. And it also depends on situation. How mwnay turkeys. hen to tom ratio, uphill downhill, earlie in season late so on and so forth.
dont forget wind and what obstacles might be in the way - anything could affect my set-up.If it's very windy I want to be closer if I'm down wind from the turkeys because 1) the wind will cover the sound of my approach and 2) it will also make it harder for them to hear me call
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If you are playing with something like a semi auto AK, or building a young shooters confidence with a 22 or shotgun, those big eight inch blanks are perfect for putting holes in all...