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:D Ok guys. This ain't funny anymore. Yes, I went lookin' for blackies again today on the Kenai. Had a great day and saw hoops of bald eagles, many dall sheep, oh yeah, AND A FREAKIN' TURKEY :shock: !!! What is it? Global warming? I swear it was a brown (not white or mottled domestic looking) turkey. Man, I sure hope it ran away from someone's yard....

Next weekend is the Whittier trip....hope them blackies wake up this week.
 

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Matt,
Naw, that was just my buddy Greg trying out his new camo for next year's season in PA. :) Really though, there are a few people that raise turkey all over the peninsula so am not suprised. Several years ago a friend and I were driving Skilak Rd. headed out on a fly fishing trip. We rounded a corner and found a Golden Pheasant gritting smack dab in the middle of the road. Another time (same buddy)we were hiking several miles north of Cptn. Cook park and ran into a Peacock as big as life struttin it's stuff on the trail! The strangest thing I ever saw out in the wild Alaskan "bush" though was a fellow packing his rifle while wearing a tuxedo! A mile down the road we ran across a lady dressed to the "nines" sitting on the hood of the car with a most disgusted look on her face. It was afterall, moose season! :)
Good luck in the "Sound" and let us have a play by play when you get back!
best,
bhtr
 
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