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Turkey Tales: Garver, Mueller both score in Westerlo

A wild turkey searches near Rock City Falls  for a nesting area. Spring turkey hunting season continues until the end of May throughout virtually all of upstate New York. (Gazette file photo)
A wild turkey searches near Rock City Falls for a nesting area. Spring turkey hunting season continues until the end of May throughout virtually all of upstate New York. (Gazette file photo)
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Feathers have been flying since last Tuesday’s opening of the New York state spring wild turkey season, and the hunters have taken some good sized toms. However, the opening day weather was quite cold and rainy for most of us, and it made for a very miserable morning sitting in the woods. I was hunting in the Westerlo area of Albany County, and in spite of the heavy rain and wind, the toms were gobbling ...


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