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He’ll Be There in the Morning


Turkeys don't do anything routinely enough to make hunting them a sure thing, but they'll do few things often enough to give hunters an edge. Over the years I've learned one of those things, and it's a lesson that paid off on Friday. If you leave a gobbling bird one day, the odds are pretty good he'll be there in the morning.

Click here to read my May 6 column in the Jamestown Gazette, "He’ll Be There in the Morning."

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Photo by Steve Sorensen: On Friday morning, this gobbler was right where I left him on Thursday.


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