” I took him on national forest in Pulaski County. He weighed 21 pounds, had inch and 3/8th spurs, and a 10-inch beard.
With high winds that morning my cousin Jeff Garwood and I decided to stay in the hollers where we could hear better and try and stay out of the wind. We were in the woods right before sunlight and once the sun started coming up we heard a few jakes and a few great sounding toms but couldn’t seal the deal with them.
At around 9 or 9:30 we had this tom respond to our call and within a few minutes I had my 12 gauge bead right on him. Unlike every other turkey we heard and from what other hunters were saying this tom was traveling alone and not henned up.”
You have GOT to love those 9:30 a.m. gobblers! Congrats to Justin and Jeff!