****Official Team 5 Turkey Contest Thread****

Discussion in '2015 Turkey Contest' started by Invisible man, Mar 15, 2015.

  1. Bwilsons

    Bwilsons Weekend Warrior

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    Checking in here from WI!
     
  2. coheley665

    coheley665 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    I wish our season was open already. Good luck be the first one to put some points on the board for us
     
  3. coheley665

    coheley665 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Welcome to the winning team :o when does your season start?
     
  4. Invisible man

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    4 big boys on the ranch today, they were totally henned up and wouldn't work with me. I was at full draw on a descent 2 year old in side 20yds for about 15 seconds but I let down he trotted away. He will be a good bird next year. I had 2 groups of jakes come in and stomp on my decoy. 2 of the big boys were out back by one of my tree stands. So that's were Ill be Saturday morning. We have a long season here. I can bow hunt till the 3rd week of May.
     
  5. bonescreek

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    Bonescreek checkin' in.
    Sorry about the late check in, have been scouting and get stuff ready, just got some new land to hunt
    the other day. Need to check that out.
    My season runs Apr. 11th to May 16th.
    Best of luck to everyone.
     
  6. coheley665

    coheley665 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Got a email today from the farmer at my lease, said he seen 10 toms across the street from his house. Usually once season comes around they switch over to behind his house which is where we have killed 4 birds the last two years
     
  7. Invisible man

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    We are on the board. I put a Grim Reaper through this guys head at 18 yrd this morning. 22lbs, 11" beard and 1" spurs. He scored 63.125. I put him up on the score card page. I hope I did it right.
     

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  8. bonescreek

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    Congratulations Invisible Man, that's a great bird right there!
    Is that a Rio ?
     
  9. Invisible man

    Invisible man Weekend Warrior

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    Some of the birds here are a Eastern/Rio hybrid, but this guy looks more Rio.
     
  10. jvanhees

    jvanhees Die Hard Bowhunter

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    That's awesome IM!!! Nice friggin shot too! Great looking bird.
     
  11. coheley665

    coheley665 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Awesome job, Way to get it done out of the gate. What BH where you using to shoot him in the head?
     
  12. coheley665

    coheley665 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Also I think you need to add what team just to be on the safe side.
     
  13. Invisible man

    Invisible man Weekend Warrior

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    Grim reaper. This is the fifth bird I've head or neck shot with the Grim Reaper broadhead devastating broadhead literally tears a chunk out of the turkeys head
     
  14. Invisible man

    Invisible man Weekend Warrior

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    you're probably right I'll go fix that
     
  15. coheley665

    coheley665 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Good shooting for sure. Are you guys allowed 1 or 2 birds out there?
     
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    Just wanted to everyone know I made a quick signature image to reflect the team.
    If you want a different name or other changes let me know.
    Open to suggestions.
     
  17. Invisible man

    Invisible man Weekend Warrior

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    We can get 3 bearded birds in the spring and two of either sex in the fall five birds total per year
     
  18. Invisible man

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    Image looks great to me I'm okay with whatever you guys want to do I'm just here to kill birds and have fun
     
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    Awesome bird Invisible man!! Nice shot man and congrats on the first bird for the team!! Im in ohio and our season doesn't come in until the 20th. However I have a farm in ky and their season starts the 18th so hopefully ill have one to add!!!
     
  20. coheley665

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    Kentucky doesn't start till the 18th this year?? Seems like that's way later then usual
     

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