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35W and Lexintgon this morning, anyone see it?

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A nice big Tom, with at least 3 hens out in the field strutting around so pretty. Man he looked delicious.

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Didn't see it but have seen a few others in the last week or so. They are really getting crazy. Actually down by work in Bursville there was a tom last week. Strutting around the Walgreens and Discount tire Parking lots. Wierd a couple people walked right up to it and it just Opened up to full strut. I also saw a Big Tom with 2 hens Last Sunday by Hugo. Have a Liscense for 236 c and am pumped!

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Saw 5 turkeys across the road from my house and one near my kids school yesterday. They're moving everywhere right now. Looks like the Tom's are hustling the hens right now.

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