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Spring Turkey
#1
Waterfowl is done so now it's time to think about those spring gobblers. Anyone else headed out in late march/ April? What's the tool of choice? 12 gauge, 20 gauge, bow? I'm headed up to mariposa to try and drop a few


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#2
after many talks on this with you, i am torn on the 20 vs 12 for turkey.
however lets see some thoughts.
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#3
I was pretty surprised at the effectiveness of the 20 with today's Ammo. My spring turkey last year I shot with my 20 and some 3" Remington nitro turkey and I dropped my bird at 52 yards with my 870. This year I should be in closer proximity and I am flirting with my 28ga side by side or my bow.


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#4
Bow hunt a turkey
that always makes great footage
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Give a man a fish he eats for one day, teach him to fish he eats forever!
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#5
I would use my 12ga if I were going turkey hunting. Not that a20 isn't capable, I just don't own one.
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#6
I hear ya So.Cali shotguns are like my fishing poles haha. Can't ever have enough


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