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well all the gobblers are all henned up here in minnesota. any tips for heened up gobblers?

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  • DEER30
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    be patient. Usually henned up gobblers will go to gobbling again and searching for another hen when the hens he is with have left him to sit on their nests. In VA and GA that is usually around 9:30-10:45am

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  • buckhunter
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    Hunt later in the morning when they are done with the flock or sit very close to the roost and shoot them before they get henned up.

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  • canvasbackhunter
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    Wait them out, the turkey i shot this morning was henned up, so when he walked into the woods with her i waited for them to come out, and 45 min later I was putting a tag on him.

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  • well all the gobblers are all henned up here in minnesota. any tips for heened up gobblers?

    well all the gobblers are all henned up here in minnesota. any tips for heened up gobblers?

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