Maine Real Estate For Sale !

head_left_image

Hunting In Maine...For Deer, For Bear, The Elusive Salmon Fish And For TURKEYS!

    welcome to maine sign,turkey hunting,mooers realty No...I did not just call you a turkey.  Maine turkeys have not been around or plentiful for many moons.  This video gives you the reader's digest version of the sport in Maine.  Now I am not a hunter with a gun....and prefer to capture wildlife with a camera (whispering chatter barely audible in background).  I heard those comments...no this guy is not a vegatarian...and hunts for his meat at the cooler section of this local Houlton Maine grocery like everyone else.  But since Maine's license plate says "Vacationland"....its important to realize one more reason folks look forward to traveling to Maine...reason number 1701, "turkey hunting".  If you're going to chase the gobbler, here is the inland fish and wildlife video on how to do it.  Make sure to duck when the guy with the gun swings it around to where you are sitting...and remember, there is no such thing as an unloaded gun.

info@mooersrealty.com | 207.532.6573

Log on www.mooersrealty.com   www.ownmainerealestate.com

www.youtube.com/mooersrealty

youtube icon chicklet,mooers realty youtube videos  twtter icon chicklet,mooers realty twitter  flickr icon chicklet,mooes realty flickr photostream  facebook icon chicklet,mooers realty facebook page  linkedin icon chicklet,mooers realty linkedin activerain blog rss feed, feed icon mooers chicklet blogger icon chicklet,mooers realty blogger site wordpress icon chicklet,meinmaine blog digg icon chicklet,digg mooers realty  google ning chicklet   mooers realty tumblr site  maine listings real estate logopinterest logo chicklet

 

 

 

Comment balloon 7 commentsAndrew Mooers | 207.532.6573 • December 30 2007 09:05AM

Comments

Do you have pheasants?  Someone brought pheasant to the last party I attended and it was wonderful!  We are not hunters either, but I enjoy others hunting.
Posted by asdf zcxv, Ann Arbor Area Real Estate (Keller Williams Realty) over 12 years ago
YUP..the little varmits are in the pheasant infested woods they call Maine.  If you were a pheasant, this is where you would want to go to keep from ending up on the dinner table. Scope this site out! Thanks for pinging me! Happy New Year!
Posted by Andrew Mooers | 207.532.6573, Northern Maine Real Estate-Aroostook County Broker (MOOERS REALTY) over 12 years ago
Great video Andrew.  We are very similar with out stocking program here in Iowa.  When there was once not even a turkey in Iowa, now there are thousands of them.  Now that we are in the dead of winter they are grouped up and easy to count.  I counted 75 of them in the cornfield in front of my house last week, and another 35 on the south end of the farm at the same time.  2 1/2 months to go before season opens here in Iowa.
Posted by Jason Smith (DreamDirt Auction) over 12 years ago
Thanks for dropping in.  Getting hungry for some turkey for dinner!
Posted by Andrew Mooers | 207.532.6573, Northern Maine Real Estate-Aroostook County Broker (MOOERS REALTY) over 12 years ago

Andrew

That sounds like quite a State.

Sincerely

Tom braatz

Posted by Tom Braatz Waukesha County Real Estate 262-377-1459, Waukesha County Realtor Real Estate agent. SOLD! (Coldwell Banker) over 12 years ago
We are lucky to be up here in the left hand corner of the country on the Canadian border.  Have a great New Years Tom! (glasses clinking) Cheers!
Posted by Andrew Mooers | 207.532.6573, Northern Maine Real Estate-Aroostook County Broker (MOOERS REALTY) over 12 years ago
Turkeys used to be scarce here but now they are common.  Large flocks seem to thrive in semi-suburban settings. Of course, we are starting to see coyotes, so that may be the end of the turkey flocks.
Posted by Bonnie & Terry Westbrook, Grand Rapids MI Real Estate (Westbrook Realty) over 12 years ago

This blog does not allow anonymous comments