Some hunters play around each spring in hopes of killing a turkey, but this public-land hunter has it down to a science.
Young Justin Johnson had watched closely while his father Shane and Bo Boudreaux practiced for what the two older hunters hoped would result in a double on turkeys — with bows.
“We would count down, ‘One, two,’ and shoot,” Shane Johnson explained.
So when in the latter part of the 2009 season Boudreaux offered his hunting lease to the father/son team, the pair decided to try for a double.
“He got used to that countdown by accident,” the elder Johnson said.Click here to read more on Talking the Talk
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