gobbler


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gobbler

male turkey. Called also tom.
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Ensure you have a generous buffer between you and your gobbler.
Brooks Johnson from Primos Double Bull Blinds spends several weeks every spring chasing gobblers with a bow, so he has vast experience in recovering arrow-hit longbeards.
Run and gun the last hour and a half of daylight, hitting your call frequently to locate a gobbler.
Oregon's first wild turkey hunt open to all comers was held in 1987, so the upcoming general gobbler season will be the state's 20th.
Suddenly, the big gobbler turned into Roadrunner and was off the field; in no time.
If you're calling to a gobbler displaying in the middle of a pasture and you're set up on the edge of the wood line, the gobbler will often look to the direction of the calling, expecting to see the hen that is chatting it up with him.
This is because it's too easy to use a rifle to shoot a strutting gobbler, bypassing the gobbler's natural instincts of survival.
At the very least, have a look at The Gobbler Motel & Supper Club.
Foresters and forest users were sometimes rewarded with a fleeting glimpse of a bobcat, a new fawn hidden in the ferns, the flash of a feeding rainbow trout, the dramatic "broken-wing" act of a whippoorwill protecting her off spring, or the sound of a wild turkey gobbler in the spring.
Caption: BOWHUNTING Editor Christian Berg used his Hoyt Carbon Element to take this mature Eastern gobbler during a spring 2013 hunt at Beaux Eden Plantation outside Fort Valley, Ga.