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post Mar 16 2012, 09:28 PM
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Thanks for all the replys. I should have mentioned to begin with that the neighbor is Scrooge's brother and is UNAPPROACHABLE so permission is basically out of the question.

Floating down in a boat is a bit odd but that might be what it takes for this guy.


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post Mar 16 2012, 10:11 PM
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QUOTE(msufan08 @ Mar 16 2012, 04:28 PM) *

Thanks for all the replys. I should have mentioned to begin with that the neighbor is Scrooge's brother and is UNAPPROACHABLE so permission is basically out of the question.

Floating down in a boat is a bit odd but that might be what it takes for this guy.



So you know this guy (neighbor) is a scrooge,and does not want or like people coming to him to gain permission to hunt his land? The real question is what type of neighbor is he,do you talk, is he basically a good guy? Is the reason he is a Scrooge because people have abused the privilage of using his land? Something had to make him that way! Find out what it is and assure him you are not one of those people! Offer to help him out on his land! I think if it is worth it to you to go after this bird,to be able to get permission from this guy, you are going to have to try and get his permission! Or upon legal shooting time ,walk up under the tree and shoot the bird! If it is legal to shoot them out of the tree where you are,I know we can't but some staes allow it!

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post Mar 16 2012, 10:58 PM
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Ight, having some experience with fooling with neighbors turkeys. Don't ask permission, and here is why: down here if a person has land he's 9 times out of 10 a turkey hunter, so all you doing is drawing attention to the bird for another hunter. Next it is very possible to kill this bird if he is roosting on you. May not be a off the roost deal, depending on how close the property line he is roosting. IF you can roost him at night and get in tight on him you stand a chance but you have to be careful here cause if you don't kill him and spook him you may loose him for good to the other property. Personally I would let him do his thing and try and call him on to you up in the morning.


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post Mar 16 2012, 11:28 PM
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Blow him off the roost in the morning or the night before. Come in from the direction of the neighbors property.


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post Mar 16 2012, 11:51 PM
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Limblifting him would be easier than my boat idea.

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post Mar 17 2012, 04:42 AM
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I would spook him right at dark back deeper onto your property. Then set up between him and the greenfield he wants to go to. But the boat idea is cool only if it is legal to shoot out of a boat or across water.


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Wing shoot him when he pitches off the roost! lol JK
I'd get close test his temp. and plan accordingly.
If he's hot get aggressive. If he's room temp. Try hen talking and fly down wing beats in the opposite direction he usually goes.


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I have had similar problems before and a solution was easy if i could not get permission to hunt where he is going. A few later responses by some of the were right on the money.

I would go a couple of hours before dark all camo, sit quiet within 75 yards of his favorite roost site on your timber, watch or listen for him to fly up at dark, approach him and bust him right off the roost back deeper into your timber. Then set up in the morning right on top of him, between the river and his new roost tree, because you watched where he flew the night before.

This usually works real well, most always he's mine when it is done to perfection. Never let him know you are there except to bust him out of the tree.

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post Mar 17 2012, 04:14 PM
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Well no one else has said it yet so I will. When all else fails, find a different turkey to hunt. A guy could waste several weeks on that bird. Surely he ain't the only one around


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QUOTE(Catfishturkeyhunter @ Mar 17 2012, 11:14 AM) *

Well no one else has said it yet so I will. When all else fails, find a different turkey to hunt. A guy could waste several weeks on that bird. Surely he ain't the only one around



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