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Is anyone going to be hunting carlton hill this may for turkeys and fall for deer out in wyoming county. I found the place to have a lot of deer on it, but don't know about the turkeys though. So i was just wondering if anyone has had any luck turkey hunting on it?

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If you find some birds DON'T talk about it here.

PM me......................<grin>


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I like the entire place to myself if you find birds. I don't want anybody honing in on a good area.

Lets try and keep this quiet.


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a game hog.....

seems to be a bit of that around, sure do not try to help another hunter.


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Your damned right. ALL the turkey, deer etc. for me. Why should I share it? They should call it "Larry Hill". All for ME.

Does "<grin>" mean anything to you? Do you have your GOOD glasses on, bill?

If you guys can't figure out a tiny bit of humor by now you should probably hang back a bit.

Sometimes, a <grin> means LOL, smiley faces are gay. <grin>


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Your damned right. ALL the turkey, deer etc. for me. Why should I share it? They should call it "Larry Hill". All for ME.

Does "<grin>" mean anything to you? Do you have your GOOD glasses on, bill?

If you guys can't figure out a tiny bit of humor by now you should probably hang back a bit.

Sometimes, a <grin> means LOL, smiley faces are gay. <grin>

lol u wish they called it larry hill haha do you even hunt carlton hill big guy?

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:D SMILEY FACE!!

<grin>


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