from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A male turkey.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A turkey.
- n. One who eats food very quickly, without decorum.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A turkey cock; a bubbling Jock.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who swallows in haste; a greedy eater; a gormandizer.
- n. A turkey-cock. Also called gobble-cock and turkey-gobbler.
- n. An automatic bucket the halves of which separate at the bottom when lowered and close when a strain is put upon the hoisting-chain, digging into the material to be loaded. When the strain is removed the weight of the load causes the bucket to open.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. male turkey
- n. a hasty eater who swallows large mouthfuls
I carry a hawk call, that can really light 'em up, and one morning in gobbler season there was a single Canada goose flying up the valley and calling, and a gobbler was answering it's calls, so I now carry a goose call as well.
Unless a gobbler is the absolute king of the woods he can be leery of other birds, and that includes your decoys.
Practice your wood craft, 80 percent of killing a gobbler is knowing the woods you hunt and moving and setting up carefully.
While turkey hunting on beaver island we heard and saw a nice gobbler from a distance.
It seems the whole woods shake when a gobbler is gobbling just yards away.
Calling in a gobbler is especially gratifying when you do it with a peg you've made.
FIRST STEP Once it's clear to both hunters that a gobbler is hung up, Hunter A stays putand tries to keep the bird gobbling occasionally — without calling it back in — byusing locator calls only.
Good luck trying to call a gobbler away from the Primos folks next spring.
I called a gobbler in to about 15 yds and let my arrow fly.
Half the fun of turkey hunting is calling a gobbler in, watching him strut and do his thing, and then tricking him into coming close enough to get a clean shot.
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