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are you hunting this weekend at Wayne's??? I was hoping to get out and call some coyotes, but if you are going to be out there, I will wait a few weeks........

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Yep, we'll be out there Thursday morning, hopefully done by the weekend, but you know how that goes. You hunting turkeys this year?

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I didn't get pulled, but my buddy Matt did, we put in for season D.....I might or I might not be out there hunting turkeys, but I will try and steer clear of the farm until after 5 PM. I would feel safer if I knew that legal hunting time was over.....Maybe see you this weekend, if not I will look for you on Mille Lacs or snooping around here on this site...Good Luck

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I'll tie up a few yotes for you when I call them in with the slate. I am at Mille every weekend, look me up if you come up. Now get out there and thin out that yote population in turkey camp grin.gif

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Yeah, we called one in last year too, of course by the time we returned witht he rifles, she was gone...............I will bring the slate call and my decoy and a couple of holwers down......I drive a Mercury Mountaineer, I will park next to waynes shop/lounge.....

I make few and infrequent trips to Mille Lacs, but when I do head up there, I will keep an eye out for you. that lake is pretty small right? smile.gif

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sounds good, I have the red chevy 4 door pick up. My brother is bringing his 223 also, just in case, he didn't get drawn, so it's video and yotes for him.. I hope to be on the way home saturday afternoon with 3 toms in the cooler, but we'll see.

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Yeah I emailed Missy's husband (Brad) and he said there are a lot of turkey's running around waynes right now....he hasn't seen many yotes during the day, but it would be a good excuse for me to dig out the .223 as well....We'll see, good luck and try to leave at least 1 tom down there....

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I am sure we'll leave a couple. If I see the your truck I'll keep low and make sure I don't wear my yote camo grin.gif

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where were you when you called in the tom and jakes. Behind Waynes barn or on Barry's land?

nothing like a little humiliation to stick with a person for many years.......................

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