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Deitz Dittrich

HSO Podcast Episode 7. Turkey Talk Take Two W/Joel Nelson

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This week Joel Nelson is back with us to share a few more Turkey Talking secrets! He goes over a few basic calls, and talks us through a day in the woods! Be sure to stick around till the end as he gives up one of his secrets for the HotSpotOutdoors Tip of the week!

http://hotspotoutdoors.com/podcast/hsopodcast041507-FMstart.mp3

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That was a great listen there Joel!

Lots of good tips there for both the beginner and seasoned turkey hunter.

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great tip and thaanks for the call demonstration that will really help my calling ability, thanks guys.

good luck everyone.

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Thanks for the feedback guys!... Really appreciate it!

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Well done Joel and Deitz.

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Thanks guys, like Dietz said, we really appreciate the feedback.

It got a bit long on us, but I felt like I could've blabbed on for at least another 20 minutes! smile.gif

Joel

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Great job guys! Deitz, do you really think Joel is going to let you shoot a big tom when you are on a differant team? If he starts going putt putt putt you better shoot fast!

CW

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