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    Default My daughters 1st Turkey

    My daughter Peyton just shot her 1st gobbler! Couldn't of asked for a better thrill than to see her face and to hear
    her reaction to the bird strutting and gobbling in front of her at 30 yards.

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    Wow that is a big one! Good job!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conradicles View Post
    Wow that is a big one! Good job!!!
    24lbs, 23mm spurs and a 11 inch beard. I just hope I can top it next week!!!!
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    Awesome! Dinner tonight??
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    That is so awesome! I'm totally jealous! I grew up hunting in TX; white tail, wht wing dove, turkey (rattle snake for camp chili), now living on the west coast, I don't have that anymore but.......my youngest daughter's turning 4 next month, I retire in 3, back to TX we go. So I'm looking forward to times like these you're sharing.

    Thanks and congrats.
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    MMmmm...turkey!

    Let us know how you cooked it up!

    And Congrats to your daughter!

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    Congrats on the prize. I miss hunting also, none of that out here in Japan. What kind of gun is she using?
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    That is cool. Congratulations! You going to eat it or stuff it for show?

    I got them in my back yard (suburbs) and they dig the crap out of my lawn looking for grubs. You're both welcome to come over and do your business.

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    Nice! My son and I have recently started hunting/shooting together almost every weekend and it's a great way to bond.
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    Good Job!
    That matches the biggest I have EVER "harvested" (gotta be pc nowadays).
    I am suprised her neck can hold that smile up!

    Hunting has been my #1 passion through my entire life, so I cannot tell you happy I am to see you teaching her the "ways of the woods"!

    Excellent job!


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    Tell her congrats for me, and she is welcome in my camp anytime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sherardp View Post
    Congrats on the prize. I miss hunting also, none of that out here in Japan. What kind of gun is she using?
    She used a NEF 20ga and a 2-3/4 " no 5 shot, I put a limb saver on it to reduce the hurt. I didn't think she would have a problem with it being that she shoots my AR15, Siaga 410 and my CVA 50 cal muzzel loader with no problem.

    I bought the NEF 20ga for $ 50.00 off a guy who didn't use it too much any more.
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    Nice, that's a big tom.

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    You can tell she liked it by the grin on that face. Good going girl.

    Someone asked about cooking it. I cut the breasts up in strips and fry them much like a chicken strip. I also boil the legs down and make Turkey Noodle soup. It is the only way I know you can eat those legs as they are sinewy and tough and bony.

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    Congrat's.
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