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Strut Report

Wednesday, April 30, 2014
TECOMATE STRUT REPORT - WESTERN OK - APRIL 30, 2014

By Justin Cagle
Lots of gobbling and lots of lonesome longbeards made for a quick hunt
Saturday morning. 15 minutes after fly down and this old guy was
accompanying me back to the lodge.  Hens are starting to nest and the
gobblers are out strolling for new mates, turkey season is just starting
to get GREAT!

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Posted by Tecomate Wildlife Systems on 04/30 at 12:01 PM
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Wednesday, April 23, 2014
TECOMATE STRUT REPORT – MS – APRIL 23, 2014

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It’s hard to believe that turkey season is about over for us folk down here in the Deep South. I always hate to see it come to an end, but especially this year. With only a full week of hunting season left turkeys in the Magnolia State are fired up and ready to work. Gobblers are finally by themselves and walking about in search for a lonely hen. If you don’t have any luck off the roost, cover as much ground as you can calling from time to time. Try walking logging roads, ridge tops, and other easy travel routes in search of a lonesome gobbler. Also try glassing open fields, pastures, and cutovers for a singled out gobbler that’s ready to work. Keep at it turkey warriors, you still have time to finish off your limit.

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Posted by Mark Newell on 04/23 at 05:04 PM
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TECOMATE STRUT REPORT - NE MO - APRIL 23, 2014

Just a little update from Northeast Missouri. I was fortunate enough to harvest a nice bird Tuesday morning of Missouri’s opening week. He was 25lbs, 1 1/4” spurs, and 10.5” beard. The birds have been really vocal of a morning and working really nice so far. I had 3 gobblers charge the strutter and hen decoy to 15 yards. The dominant bird, which I harvested flogged the decoy then stood on the back of the breeding hen decoy as I touched one off. The rest as they say is history! Anyways the Madness continues here in Missouri after just getting back from a successful trip in Tennessee with the Turkey Chasers. Were going to try and get after some more birds for a couple more guys this week. Good Luck and Be Safe!

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Posted by Jason Pollard on 04/23 at 11:06 AM
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Thursday, April 17, 2014
TECOMATE STRUT REPORT – CENTRAL FL – APRIL 17, 2014

In position at daylight in Fl. Pine flat woods. Quiet this morning! Big Osceola strutting on ground 100 yds. Two Gobbled first time now. Can’t see him. Got past me. He’s 120-150 yds away. 2 gobblers, Coming back, 75 yds. Semi open small pines on edge of pond, Strutting.

Done!!!! 27 yards! Great old gobbler!!!! Shaking bad right now!!! Shaking good I should say!!!‘They both got by first time, following a hen. Big one finally gobbled when I cut at him. Then came back. Never saw second gobbler again. He was good too. Long beard. Great spurs on this one. Sharpest I’ve taken, maybe ever!

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Posted by David Shashy on 04/17 at 09:54 AM
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Wednesday, April 16, 2014
TECOMATE STRUT REPORT – NW NC – APRIL 16, 2014

Pouring down rain and low thirties temps really kept turkey activity at bay over the last two days. Birds were in large groups and non-responsive to calls, but did gobble lots on the roost. These two birds came in silent to the decoys but really put on a show fighting the jake.

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Posted by Tecomate Wildlife Systems on 04/16 at 07:53 AM
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Monday, April 07, 2014
TECOMATE STRUT REPORT – CENTRAL OK – APRIL 7, 2014

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By Justin Cagle
Weather is still cold and wet but it didn’t slow us down in the pursuit of these henned up toms today.  A quick quarter mile dash and three yelps later these old boys came running in. Birds are gobbling decent on the roost and occasionally on the ground but warmer weather is on the way and the hens are starting to leave the boys by themselves. I hope to get on a couple more before the weekend.

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Posted by Tecomate Wildlife Systems on 04/07 at 10:02 AM
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Sunday, April 06, 2014
TECOMATE STRUT REPORT - FL - APRIL 6, 2014

Grant killed his Osceola limbhanger at 7 years old! When they tell you they’ve been hunting an old longbeard and you get on him slap an old fan up in the air and GET READY!

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Posted by Jason Snavely on 04/06 at 11:16 AM
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Friday, April 04, 2014
TECOMATE STRUT REPORT – TN – APRIL 4, 2014

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The great state of Tennessee had their season opener this past week for spring turkey hunting. I was fortunate enough to hunt the first three days of the season. Turkeys for the first couple of days were still grouped up in their winter flocks. In fact the first day we never saw or even heard a hen. Crazy! The first morning was rainy, windy, and cold with no gobbling activity at day break. Around 8:00 there was a break in the rain so we headed toward a Tecomate food plot with lots of Tecomate clover in it. Which I believe is the best turkey forage on the market. My camera man and I walked up to the first shoot house on the edge of the field and made a series of assembly calls (a long string of continuous yelps).

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Posted by Mark Newell on 04/04 at 10:18 AM
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