Hunting Turkey with a air rifle

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  1. beauhunter41031

    beauhunter41031 8 pointer

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    Wait for the next Kentucky Afield call in show and ask Rufus what he thinks the chances are, also does Kentucky have a air gun hunting club, if not you should definitely start one up then go rally for the legal changes
     
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  2. Thank you bea thats a great idea . What station is that on ? Is it tv or radio ?
     
  3. beauhunter41031

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    Probably go to the Kentucky afield website and look for a show schedule, I usually watch it on KET
     
  4. Thanks I found it 8 pm on Saturdays live .
     
  5. Has anyone ever been Turkey hunting and watch a Fox carry a fawn across the field and you said to yourself If I had a gun that could use to kill Turkey and kill that fox and do it without scaring off the turkey Would you use it ? Well guess what you could if the F&W people would allow air guns to be used to take Turkey . 35765890_443072382771954_4901018964223590400_n.jpg
     
  6. Meatstick

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    No. No you couldn't
     
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  7. EdLongshanks

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    Fox hunting season does not run concurrent with spring turkey season nor are fawns generally born then....but who is counting
     
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  8. Turkey is from Dec 1-7 this year and fox is from nov14th to feb 28th . So you can kill fox during turkey season . because Dec is between Nov and Feb the last time I checked .

    Yes deer are born around April and July But a 5 month a fawn can weigh around 50 pounds and thats small enough for a fox to take it down.

    Ed go down to walmart and pick yourself up a copy of the KY hunting & trapping Guide So you will know What you can hunt and went you can hunt . What kind of hunter are you ? And please learn the months of the year.
     
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  9. EdLongshanks

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    I can access the hunting guide from my phone. You might want to read the rules and regulations yourself. :rolleyes:Your pretzel logic is astounding. I’m seriously impressed.
     
  10. Yes .Yes you can You can shoot a fox if your Turkey hunting Between Dec 1-7 this year . Because Fox season is between Nov and Feb . I think you and Ed are not very smart people at all and probably should not be allowed to have a gun or hunt in KY just for the safety of other's .

    Let me ask you 2 this do you normally so hunting in the woods not knowing whats in season and whats not ?
     
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  11. And what does the phone tell you about Turkey and fox seasons ? I'm I right or am I wrong ?
     
  12. Meatstick

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    How many fawns do you see between Dec 1-7? You sure me and ol Ed are the ones that aren't very smart here?
     
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    Have you ever been turkey hunting and watched two Sasquatch playing basketball with a armadillo and thought to yourself, man ide like to play, well if ky would legalize marijuana then it could happen.
     
  14. EdLongshanks

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    This thread has potential
     
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  15. Meatstick

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    I see it going places.
    Can we legalize spring fox season while we're at it? I always find dens full of little ones in and around barns that time of year. It'd be a good opportunity to to thin out those dirty fawn killers! Nip it in the bud!
     
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