S3.E45. In a week filled with ups and downs, they roost a bird and set up under it the following morning. As a result, Roger Culpepper connects on the dust-bowl gobbler that they scouted with the Spartan trail camera.
0:57 After roosting the turkey and hearing it gobble, they use onX to pinpoint the tom's location: https://www.onxmaps.com/. Paired with the Spartan trail camera videos they've received from the dust bowl, hopes are high their plan comes to fruition the following morning: https://spartancamera.com/.
3:05 The crew slowly slips toward the bird. Fortunately, they get set up on the tom without spooking it.
4:02 After gobbling a few times, the longbeard flies down into the creek. It stays there spitting and drumming.
4:20 Finally, they lay eyes on the dust bowl gobbler. It struts up over the little rise and proceeds toward the decoy, but not before standing and strutting for several minutes just out of range.
8:30 Nothing brings people together better than an early morning turkey hunt. The crew fellowships together and reflects on turkeys, life, family and friends.
9:35 Once again, Phillip talks about why the turkey did what it did. There's always a lesson to be learned if you truly analyze what turkeys do in specific scenarios.
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