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2015 Turkey Photos
Dr. Don Barnett with a opening weekend gobbler in Saline County, Arkansas.
Dr. Don Barnett with a traditional archery bow-kill gobbler from Saline County on opening day.
Shane Auman with his Boone County gobbler from the second day of season.
Shane Auman with his opening day Boone County gobbler.
Will Beason with a Logan County, Arkansas opening day gobbler.
Adam Beason with a Logan County, Arkansas opening day gobbler.
Terry Durham with an opening day gobbler from Franklin County.
Luke Alan Horn with an opening weekend Arkansas gobbler.
Travis Honeycutt with on opening weekend Boone County gobbler.
Talon Auman with a youth season gobbler. This is his first gobbler. Congrats, Talon!
Monica Fisk was hunting with her step-father, Terry Durham, when she killed this big gobbler on opening morning of the Arkansas Youth Season in Franklin County. Congrats!
Moe Shepherd with a 22-pound double-bearded gobbler from the third morning of the season in Franklin County.
Jaxon Gaddy with a big Yell County gobbler from the youth season! Congrats
Scott Brown (rt) and Randy Stepp doubled in Polk County on April 22nd. 9:00 and 10:00 a.m.
Father and son, Kevin and Clint Kester doubled in Madison County, Arkansas on opening day. Congrats!
Andy Threlkeld with a Polk County gobbler killed on an evening hunt.
Rex Johnson and Harrell Sherwood got a double in Polk County. Congrats, guys.
Andrew Dillingham got this bird in Washington County on April 24th in the evening, in the rain. Congrats
Chad Sharp with a Newton County gobbler, shed and some morrell mushrooms!
Chad Sharp with his Missouri gobbler.
Chad Sharp and his daughter with a flock of Kansas gobblers!
Hagen Rushing from NWA, with a big Kansas gobbler! Congrats!
Adam Beason with his second Arkansas gobbler of the season from Logan County.
Will Beason with his second Arkansas gobbler of the season too! Logan County.
Heath and Lindsey Martin with a Polk County double from the second weekend of the season. Look for Heath's column in the ABBJ.
Derrick Damon killed this gobbler in Johnson County. It had an 11-inch beard and 1 1/8" spurs.