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Old 08-27-2017, 02:18 AM
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About deer season when I got this picture this week , I'm pretty sure this is , was 3 jakes I seen several times last spring
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Old 08-27-2017, 08:57 AM
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Dang food plot seed stealing buzzards!!
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Other states have turkey seasons in the fall. How come not in Georgia?

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Old 08-27-2017, 12:01 PM
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Nice flock of hens and gt-40 I'm not sure but I'm sure glad cause I like to hear them gobble as much as killing them
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Other states have turkey seasons in the fall. How come not in Georgia?

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I have asked the same thing. I actually see more turkeys in the fall than I do the spring, and think that a single week would be awesome for a fall season. And make it to where you can harvest toms or hens.
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Nice to see them coming right along!
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I have asked the same thing. I actually see more turkeys in the fall than I do the spring, and think that a single week would be awesome for a fall season. And make it to where you can harvest toms or hens.
As I read it the reason is because they like the 3 bird spring season. They figure a fall season with either sex would hurt the over all population unlike killing gobblers only in the spring.
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I wouldn't have a problem with a fall turkey season I definitely see a lot while deer huntin im not sure how the dnr comes up with the numbers on the population of animals but we have plenty of birds in most ares for a fall season even for takin hens , but I wouldn't shoot any cause there ain't nothin like hearing em hammer off on a spring morning if he ain't struttin and gobbling or spittin and drummin I don't want to shoot him that's just me tho
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