Turkey Cast And Blast

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  1. WABOWMAN

    WABOWMAN Active Member

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    Im making plans for a thunderchicken cast and blast(ARROW).I will be headed to the Teanaway drainage which is close enough for a couple hour trip to the yak or just fish the Teanaway.Who else has some Turk,cast and blast plans?
     
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    I've got the blast part figured out April 20-22 in the Methow. Now if a certain year around lake is ice free, I will be doing the cast part as well! Rick
     
  3. Alex MacDonald

    Alex MacDonald Dr. of Doomology

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    I should be able to limp up to the blind for the turkeys on the opener, then out to Fish Lake in the boat for some triploids!
     
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    Spring Turkey season closes before the Teanaway opens.
     
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    Kettle Falls for turkey then down to Sprague

    taking my recurve.
     
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    was up there last weekend shed hunting. Saw Turkey sign and a few jakes, hens and one decent Tom. Suggest get in there early and hike in at least a mile.

    Hint- many turkeys taken between 1100 and 1200 hrs ( later in the morning)



    Good luck!
     
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    Thank You Patrick,I havnt even looked at that.
     
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    Gary C. Brown Les Paul Lover

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    Klickitat area and then down to the Columbia for smallies or walleye.
     
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    Alex MacDonald Dr. of Doomology

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    Heard some gobblers up behind the house the other day!
     
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    went to teanaway last weekend zoo is definitely the word for all of the hunters we saw. talked to a lot of hunters too, nobody even heard a bird. We got away from the crowd, heard two birds in different areas, but houses.
     
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    ironically enough had to get out of my truck on the way to work this morning to shoo a young Tom off of the road so I did not hit him. That guy's hormones apparently had control of his mind (hens)

    Hope he makes it unscathed through the season. I remember being in shoes. ( Jr year of high school). maybe getting sentimental but think should at the very least experience one's first love in your life before going off to your maker. Lol
     
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  13. Alex MacDonald

    Alex MacDonald Dr. of Doomology

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    Oh yesss..... Hormones!! That's what got me into my first marriage (BIG mistake!)
     
  14. Islander

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    I tried a Cast & Blast last week but had to post the report in the stillwater section as I saw zero birds. The only ones I even heard were behind a house across the road from Blue Lake. I hunted areas just south of Republic, and a couple of areas in the Okanogan NF. All places had birds last Fall. Go figure.
     

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