Tuesday, February 1, 2011

I Dream of Turkey!

So I am working like a dog at work, coming in on weekends, getting up early, staying late and it is wearing me down.  Now a winter storm is at my doorstep as I write this blog post  and I need something to look forward to.  Something fun, with warm weather, green grass, spring in the air and tom turkeys gobbling.  Nothing says spring like turkey hunting.  Since I am day dreaming of turkey hunting, I decided to put together a brief you-tube video of a successful 2009 turkey hunt.  In this video, I have already gotten my turkey the day before and I am trying to call in a bird for my hunting buddy Ron.  This was our last set-up for the day and I had made a few initial calls and gotten responses from two toms.  I called until they sounded as though they were very close.  I stopped calling and began videoing.  So sit back enjoy some spring turkey hunting (as of the result of some excellent calling I might add)!


  1. Great turkey calling! Best I ever heard!

  2. Nice video! I can't wait for those spring mornings, full of anticipation and gobbles.

  3. Man spring can't get here fast enough. I still have 3 to 4 feet of snow on the ground in spots. Nothing gets me going more that a gobbler letting loose. Great video and welcome to the world of outdoor blogging. I look forward to reading about your adventures.

    Thanks for sharing.

    Passinthru Outdoors Blog - Sharing the Passion

  4. Passinthru, Thanks! I am really enjoying this blogging and discovering new outdoor blogs! I am headed to your site as soon as I finish this post!

    Mark, Glad you visited! I need to send you an invite via FB to follow the blog. We need to catch up some time.

  5. Hi Chris!
    Thanks for commenting at my blog, it was good to hear from you.
    Looks like you've started a really neat blog here, I'm looking forward to your future posts.
    Tell Nikki hello and she needs to start a blog of her own. It could be the cleaning and organizing your home blog...I need all the help I can get :-)!
    Take care and I hope you get that turkey soon!
    Julie (somewhere near Stillwater)