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    Quote Originally Posted by rick_iles View Post
    Iíve only ever heard a hen Kee kee like that in the fall.
    I've heard them make it in spring before, I even use it sometimes to try and bring in a hen along with a gobbler of course! TC

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    That was pretty cool and nothing wrong with the quality of the video as well. It was a cool morning. Frost wasn't as heavy as a couple of days ago but still cool...
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    That's just the darndest thing I've ever seen in a lot of years of Turkey huntin'. Great video,thanks for posting.
    It's better to walk alone than with a crowd going in the wrong direction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trimmer21 View Post
    That's just the darndest thing I've ever seen in a lot of years of Turkey huntin'. Great video,thanks for posting.
    It was definitely a first for me. She started at my calling at first light, came and went 4 times before disappearing into the bush 3 hrs later. Screaming the whole time, non stop. It made the hunt interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rick_iles View Post
    Iíve only ever heard a hen Kee kee like that in the fall.
    I mix a lot of kee kees in with my calling during the first week or so of the Spring season. Seems to sometimes be that extra little bit of realism that's needed to pull in a hung up Tom. Jake yelping can have a similar effect!

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    Panties on too tight, lol. Too funny
    I've heard that before and it's a dominant hen staking out her territory

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    I have also heard this before but it was from our farm raised meat turkey hen
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