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How do turkeys act when it's cold and snowy? Because we're getting another foot right now up in ND. All roads closed an everythi

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  • How do turkeys act when it's cold and snowy? Because we're getting another foot right now up in ND. All roads closed an everythi

    How do turkeys act when it's cold and snowy? Because we're getting another foot right now up in ND. All roads closed an everything.

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    I killed my first Merriam strutting in 4 inches of snow. He gobbled his head off coming in! If snow is normal to your area I don't think it slows the gobblers down much.

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      ive noticed that they dont have quite as much movement but if you are in the right place and know how to call they will come in

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