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Spring Gobbler season 2015

PostPosted: Wed, 14 Jan 2015 21:54:52
by wscrst
I realize that no one will want to give up his/her top 10 turkey spots. However, I am new to the sport and new to the mountains. Maybe you would share spot #15. Should I head toward the national forest in the NW part of Augusta county or should I head towards the western part of the Augusta county (eg. Deerfield). I fully understand if no one has anything to share. Thanks.

-Dave Rylak
Staunton

Re: Spring Gobbler season 2015

PostPosted: Wed, 14 Jan 2015 22:01:39
by VACoastie
Go to the Northern Neck my friend. We're top 5 in the state for Spring gobblers.

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Re: Spring Gobbler season 2015

PostPosted: Thu, 15 Jan 2015 09:38:19
by Viper21
wscrst wrote:I realize that no one will want to give up his/her top 10 turkey spots. However, I am new to the sport and new to the mountains. Maybe you would share spot #15. Should I head toward the national forest in the NW part of Augusta county or should I head towards the western part of the Augusta county (eg. Deerfield). I fully understand if no one has anything to share. Thanks.

-Dave Rylak
Staunton


Im in Rockbridge County. Plenty of turkeys around for sure. I know of several that were taken in the fall on dgif lands. Saw a couple the other day while cutting some firewood.

Re: Spring Gobbler season 2015

PostPosted: Thu, 15 Jan 2015 12:38:08
by wscrst
Thanks to you both. I appreciate the direction.

Re: Spring Gobbler season 2015

PostPosted: Sat, 25 Jul 2015 18:10:27
by screwedbygoogle
Is it just me or does anywhere the National Forest borders farm land is overrun with turkeys?

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