Gobbler hunting almost as popular as May angling

Once upon a time, long ago in a state called New York, the month of May meant fishing ... for trout, walleye, pike, pickerel and assorted panfish species. Then the appearance of a creature that walked on two legs and uttered a booming sound that sent chills down the spine of those hearing it began appearing in the the once quiet New York woodlands. As history attests, the New York springtime season would never be quite the same.

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