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Thoughts of Fall

The camo hasn't even been washed from many hunters' final spring hunt (mine is still lying in a heap), but already thoughts are turning to fall turkey hunting. Just check out the story by Bobby Cleveland with Mississippi's Clarion Ledger by clicking here. Cleveland recounts his first turkey hunting experience--a fall hunt, not a spring one--and offers a little insight on how it's traditionally carried out. He also offers more tips in an additional article that you can read by clicking here.

Cleveland is far from alone in his anticipation for chasing cooler weather birds. The season wasn't even finished in Maine where outdoor writer Steve Hickoff lives, but already we were making plans to get together during his annual fall hunt. I looked at my calendar and had to shake my head...less than four months away. I have a lot of work to knock out between now and then.