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Monday, June 18, 2012
Approaching 150 and Twenty Years of Turkey Hunting: Part 3

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Go West Young Man: Chapter 1

In the spring of 2007 my wife, Emily, and I headed 520 miles a little north and mostly west to the eastern Kansas town of Fort Scott. This was my first hunting trip that was west of the mighty Mississippi. A friend of mine, Rick, had been hunting Kansas for years and had been trying to get me to come out there for sometime. We arrived in Fort Scott around noon on that very hot day in May. Rick had some private land that we could hunt, but he was not going to arrive till around noon the following day. So he told us about a public hunting area to try out that he had hunted turkeys on before. After we ate lunch, got a hotel, and suited up in our turkey-hunting garb, we headed to the woods.

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Posted by Mark Newell on 06/18 at 08:59 AM
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