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Rookie turkey hunter: Never too late

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John Camp, Retired Kineseotheripist from Ruston, called up and downed his first gobbler at the age of 75. Being able to hunt land with some turkeys plus his involvement in the NWTF led to this season’s success.

I’ve known John Camp for the better part of three decades. When I moved to Ruston in the mid-70s, Camp invited me to join him and other friends in the deer woods.
It didn’t take long for me to figure out that this guy was serious about hunting whitetail bucks. A novice deer hunter at the time, I watched and picked up from Camp some of the tips and techniques that made him such a solid deer hunter, a few of which even rubbed off on me.
In the early 1990s, I discovered another hunting activity that nudged my deer hunting to the back burner; I was introduced to turkey hunting.

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