from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A male turkey.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun 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.
- noun One who swallows in haste; a greedy eater; a gormandizer.
- noun A turkey-cock. Also called
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun A turkey cock; a bubbling Jock.
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- noun slang A
- noun One who
eats foodvery quickly, without decorum.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun male turkey
- noun a hasty eater who swallows large mouthfuls
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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.