Like the rest of you no doubt, I obsessively read over in-season statistics in the off-season to see location trends, percentages, and to learn even more about the bird we love to hunt. The Granite State just shared their numbers with the OL Strut Zone, and the results are interesting. According to New Hampshire Fish and Game Department Turkey Project biologist Ted Walski, the 2010 spring gobbler season harvest was 3,667 turkeys. Totals included 2,739 adult toms, 909 jakes and 19 bearded hens. NH's spring gobbler season runs from May 3-31.