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Are they still gobbling?

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I have a friend that got picked in the lottery for one of the last weeks and was wondering if the turkeys are still gobbling like they were earlier. I know it may be hard to tell because of the past few days of wind. I would think they would gobble still. Correct me if im wrong though.

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My son and I were out this morning in zone 412. We had a tom gobble for an hour in the tree, then flew down and basically never shut up until my son put a load of #5 in his face at 8:15. We also had heard some mid morning bobbling on previous mornings but nothing like this guy. It seems the hens are going to their nests early and the toms are gobbling by 7-8 am looking for straggler hens.

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