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CallMaker
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There is nothing quite like bow hunting for turkeys. Here are a couple pix of that very thing. The first is my spring bird, a young Merriams tom. I called him (along with 4 others) using a combination of one of my box calls and one of my wingbone calls. The second pix is my fall season bird, a Merriams hen. I killed her hunting a food source. Both were killed for a ground blind and a string tarcker device was used to recover both birds.


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Ed Blankinship

Physically Challenged Bowhunters of America
http://www.pcba-inc.org/

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Timo
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Ed, both are great pics,but the top photo is just plain Awesome!

Congrats on both birds.

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(Enny o yuns know ware thu heart o a stumpytail izz??)

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the Ferret
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Very nice. Congrats on an exceptional harvest. Turkeys are durn tuff to take with trad equipment.

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There is always someone that knows more than you, and someone that knows less than you, so you can always learn and you can always teach

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Guru
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Nothing like bowhunting turkeys,Congrats!!!

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"I love you Daddy".......My son Cade while stump shooting 3/19/06

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Woodduck
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Congratulations! still looking forward to my first, "trad", turkey... [bigsmyl]

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Happy trails.... ('till we meet again, Dale Evans Rogers)
>>>--a kindred spirit---> (got that from Fred Anderson)

North Carolina Bowhunters Association

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