Spring vs. Fall: Freshly Cut Grass vs. Wood Smoke - Which Aroma Reigns Supreme?

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  • Joseph's avatar

    That’s easy for me. It’s wood smoke as that means less bugs. Lol

  • Wade's avatar

    Spring! The turkeys gobble and whippoorwills sing

  • Thomas's avatar

    Wood smoke around a campfire at a spring turkey camp you can have both

  • John's avatar

    Wood smoke hands down, spring is allergy season for me so its a no brainer

  • Casey's avatar

    Smokehouse

  • Wes's avatar

    Fresh cut grass. You can build a campfire anytime of year.

  • Dee Ann's avatar

    Wood smoke in the fall every time!! Just wish it lasted longer!

  • Mike's avatar

    It’s a tight race since smells are a big trigger for memories. Wood smoke on a crisp night gets the edge, spring or fall. We’ll be sitting around a campfire on a crisp spring night with @Paul @Nate and @Dallas soon!😎👊

  • Paul's avatar

    @Mike man I am ready for that! I spent half my life cutting grass on a golf course so I’ll take campfires or a frosty spring morning!1

  • Dallas's avatar

    @Mike it’ll be here before we know it. 👊🏻

  • Dallas's avatar

    @Paul the Tom’s are getting noisy in the mornings.

  • Mike's avatar

    @Dallas can’t wait!

  • Paul's avatar

    @Dallas I have thought about turkey hunting out there everyday since @Mike invited me. I can’t wait!

  • Dallas's avatar

    @Paul looking forward to meeting you.

  • Mike's avatar

    @Paul between the company, terrain and those white tipped rascals, it’ll be impossible to go unmentioned in a “favorite hunts” conversation..

  • David's avatar

    Wood smoke.

  • Darrell's avatar

    I love both, but if forced to choose, I think I’d have to go with fall.

  • Tom's avatar

    Id have to go with maple syrup boiling over a wood fire. Sweet smoke in the spring time.

  • Gobbler Knob's avatar

    @Tom now, that I can get on board with!

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My name is Rick Larnerd. I’m a United States Army Infantry and 35-year law enforcement veteran. I am a retired Pennsylvania game warden. I am now custom maker of high-end Pennsylvania longrifles and decorative turkey box calls. I’ve been “Recreating 18th Century Americana” as Gobbler Knob Longrifles since 2000.

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