2018-05-03 / Outdoors

TURKEY TIME


LAKE LEELANAU resident Gary Schaub said he had never turkey hunted in snow, but the white covering didn’t hurt his success. Schaub got a hold of this gobbler “in the Cedar area” on opening day, April 23. LAKE LEELANAU resident Gary Schaub said he had never turkey hunted in snow, but the white covering didn’t hurt his success. Schaub got a hold of this gobbler “in the Cedar area” on opening day, April 23. Multiple sportsmen reported success in the first of three turkey seasons last week, and more submissions are welcome as Spring rolls along. The second season ends Sunday; the third season will follow for the remainder of May. Send photos and relevant information to editor@leelanaunews.com.



COUNTY SPORTSMEN Tim Zywicki and Andrew Milliron doubled up on a pair of toms with 9-inch beards on Tuesday, April 24. Milliron, who called the turkeys in, said the shots were fired simultaneously. COUNTY SPORTSMEN Tim Zywicki and Andrew Milliron doubled up on a pair of toms with 9-inch beards on Tuesday, April 24. Milliron, who called the turkeys in, said the shots were fired simultaneously.

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