Three Boss Toms With Bad Tempers | Mississippi Turkey Hunt | Hunt United
Hunt United • 8m 32s
S2.E3. Slade Priest has several friends coming in to hunt, and he squeezes in a quick hunt of his own, too. After a patient setup, three giant gobblers come charging in and proceed to whip his turkey decoy.
0:50 Luke "Bear Cub" Mitchell arrives in turkey camp. Priest meets up with him. They talk about life, the Coronavirus and then hatch a plan for the following morning.
1:30 They arrive at the farm and start owl hooting on the roost. The goal is to hear one early and move in on it before fly down. They lock in on one and try to slip in range.
3:05 The gobblers go silent before they can slip within range. Priest and Mitchell play it safe and set up further away, rather than risking bumping the turkeys.
4:25 We take a look at a great tract of land currently available from Realtree United Country: https://realtreeuc.com/
5:20 Three big longbeards come charging in. All three bring bad attitudes with them. The Priest has a remedy for that, though, and slaps the boss tom across the beak one time.
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