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Turkey Roost Tales by Bobby Dale

Turkey Roost Tales

by Bobby Dale

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Turkey Roost Tales is my second book of turkey hunting stories. It is a collection of tales from my own experiences pursuing 'his majesty' and some from my hunting buddies and old timers in the sport. As was "Double Gobble", this is not a how-to-hunt book, but one intended to share many interesting and fun stories that we have enjoyed over the years. You will again hear from some of my old friends from "Double Gobble"; Woodrow Dixon, Will Primos, and JoLynn Munro, as well as several new characters who have a tale or two to tell. A couple of chapters pay tribute to times past. I feel that the telling and retelling of our tales helps define us turkey hunters as a 'culture' of our own and helps us preserve the legacy of our beloved sport. Bobby Dale

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:22:58 -0400)

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