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    any advice for fall turkey with a bow

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    well find the food, and set up on it early in the am, as they tend to fly off roost and work there way up to food
    second deal is, find them, and bust them up, and than call them back in
    its a natural thing they all do, once busted up, they talk to regroup afterwards

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    well thanks for the advice any further advice would be great

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    well you can also try hunting the first cut corn fields, as turkeys are sure to hit them for the easy pickings after a fresh cut, but its a get in early deal for me, as the more open the area, the b etter they like to be able to eat, and with them eyeballs they have, best shit is getting in , in the dark
    putting out some decoys, the more the better, and setting up, many times turkeys will come over to ee the new birds in town, thinking they found easy food

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    thanks I will probably pick up a few more decoys i only have 2 hens and a strutter and i usually get in early same with deer hunting

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    Bust them up if you can. The toughest part about fall turkey hunting is trying to get them to come it to the call since they are flocked up. I have had very little luck fall turkey hunting but it is still fun.
    I don't partake in assembly-line convenience. I don't say that killing things is bad while I hire people to kill things for me. ~ Ted Nugent

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