I have always kept written Records of all my Turkey Hunts-- both Spring + Fall from 1990 and covering 3 States- PA,NJ,+ NY.
I believe, I have over 50 or so Journals in a big box .
And,I also keep 3 well worn-- Records Journals.
The chief importance of keeping " Handwritten" Journals in your own unique writing style is more for your immediate Family after you have passed on. Combine that with pictures and a more complete history is revealed.
Always my practice of taking out the old Kodak 27 picture throwaway Cameras from 1990 in my first Turkey Hunts. I continue to find old packets in different Boxes.
Never too late to keep a Handwritten Journal. Sometimes just a quick few lines of time and place.
I also look back and reread what areas were very good as far as Gobbling and on what dates. This is one major reason that,I was able to put up good numbers of Turkeys Killed. Just some Reflective Homework.
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