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Ray bob #12697692
04/01/18 12:41 AM
04/01/18 12:41 AM
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The wife finally has a weekend off (Dr.), the turkeys were no where to be found this morning, thinking about hitting ray bob in the morning to find some slabs. Anyone be doing any good? Any tips are much appreciated.



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Re: Ray bob [Re: NTXBowfisher] #12698188
04/01/18 02:15 PM
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I watched a big gobbler strut and try to impress a group of hens while was jig and bobber fishing up Bluff Creek on PK yesterday. I thought to myself how crazy that was considering how incredibly wary turkeys were in Arkansas where I grew up. I guess those automatic corn feeders calm them down along with the fact no one is shooting at them.

Good luck on the hunt.


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