Turkey loads?

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  1. Brent Comer

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    I've got one. Haven't been out since.

    12ga Hevishot 3.5inch #5 at 30 yards. Boom.

    Andrew: you can take two on the East side and one on the West side of the state.
     
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    Brent wanna share where you got the eastern within a mile or so? :)
     
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    there are some counties in e-wa you can only kill 1 bird...kittitas being 1 of them. i don't know the others off hand.
     
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    Josh is absolutely correct.
    What I should have said was read and understand the regulations carefully for the area you plan to hunt. :)

     
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    Where do you go out by Chattaroy? Private land? I've been scouting around the eastern side looking for some turkey an a lot of people suggested that the turkey in the east are few and far between, but then others say they are successful.
     
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    As far as turkey loads, I knew guys that shot turkey with 2 3/4 number 8's.

    But then again I shot my two toms last season, with 10 gauge 3.5, number 5 winchester turkey loads.

    So it's really up to you, I would suggest a good turkey load is better though, if you buy a box it will last a few seasons anyways so the price is really spread out over a few seasons.
     

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