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The Best Turkey Vest Ever!
Last Post 30 Aug 2008 08:50 PM by Archer. 4 Replies.
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19 May 2008 08:58 PM

    So I'm in the market for a turkey vest.  (Up until now I have been using my deer hunting pack to haul everything around) anyway, what do you guys think is the best vest for the money?

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    19 May 2008 09:10 PM

    Mother Turkey VestI really like the Mother turkey vest. It is a bit on the spendy side, but it is well made and I really like the built in seat. I love the magnetic pocket closers and the orange flag to keep you from getting shot is pretty cool.

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    26 May 2008 09:31 AM
    Not getting shot is always a plus. Do you guys ever hang an orange flag from the tree that you are sitting by? I don't but it might not be the best practice?!
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    27 May 2008 04:27 PM
    Do you think a flag would scare away the bird? It is my understanding that turkeys can see colors really well? I always try and let a approaching hunter know where I am. Maybe a cough or a loud hello.

    I did have a few hippy hikers checking out my decoys last trip. I was deep in a state forest and the only place to set up was a old logging trail. Sure enough a guy and a girl with backpacks came along and when they say my decoys they froze for a few seconds and then took a few steps and finally determined that they were plastic. They never did spot us in the blind however. I guess that real tree stuff works good for hippies.
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    30 Aug 2008 08:50 PM

    It is my understanding that turkey can see color. I have never worn blaze orange. When a hunter or a hippie comes through, I usually whistle.

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