i think its tues-thurs- sat something like that. Full camo and tuck in the shadows if its a sunny day. Pick up a hand held crow call and an owl hooter. Decoys are good but not neccessary, if you buy decoys and its a sunny day, give them a coat of armor all, faded decoys are a dead give away, crows are smart! Typically after calling for a while a "scout" will come in and survey the area, if he sees decoys or even that nothing is alarming his his buddys usually show up shortly after. Good luck.
thanks guys and girls i appreciate the info...i need some outdoor activities to do till trout fishing starts since i have no yard anymore and no outside chores or projects..i also wanna take my 3.5 yr old daughter to prep her for this spring gobbler season...i gotta make sure she can sit still and be quiet for the hunt...last year while driving home from daycare we saw 2 gobblers out in a field so i pulled over and showed her how to use the box call and the gobblers came within 40 yards of my truck..it was awesome and she still talks about it daily she was so excited...now she has been begging me since last spring to take her with me so im prepping her..thanks all
you can pick up an electronic crow call decoy from cabelas for like 30 bucks, put it out in a field and camo yourself real good and let it rip. Its a lot of fun, I do it cause Im board from winter bow till the stripper bite, trout, and turkey comes, plus the coyotes need to eat and get fat. i get all my permits for free so I do it all when I can.
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