Thanks for the answer. I did find out that in Kentucky it is much like in your state, here in the spring can hunt toms or any turkey with full beard male or female and in the fall male or female with or without beard.
However, I believe it is not good to take females in the spring as this is when they may have young or nesting eggs. [/b]
you canm only take aturkey with a visable beard. Some hens have beards but i myself would rather take a old tom and ihave taken my fair share. you can take two toms or bearded turkey during the spring. but only one the first week. and only one a day the 2and3. GOOD HUNTEN. keep nyour powder dry. email@example.com
JO I f this is your first year some advice would be start with a slate or box call. And turkeys dont get call shy but if an old tom is coming always remember to tone it way down. and if you can use a decoy but be real careful. keep your powder dry if you need any help email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. iF ITS TURKEYS ITS A LOT OF FUN
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