Having a better understanding of the types of calls on the market will help you better select what you need to go turkey hunting. Finding the right mouth call, box call, slate call, or any other type of turkey call can be a challenge but with our guide it should eliminate the stress.
With turkey season coming to a close in some of the states, hunters are either finishing up tags or becoming frustrated with old birds that always fool them. This turkey blog will outline methods for changing up your tactics to bag that trophy late season gobbler.
This spring, hunters will head out early in the morning to chase a longboard. Many hunters will go turkey hunting for the first time. The best way to increase your chances of bagging a spring gobbler is to learn from an experienced turkey hunter. However, if you do find yourself being new to turkey hunting here are a few tips that will help your chances of bagging a spring thunder chicken.
Every turkey hunters dream is to complete the single-season Grand Slam by harvesting at least one of each of the four subspecies of Wild Turkey in the U.S. These include the Osceola, Eastern, Rio Grande, and Merriam Turkeys. This is a guide to accomplishing the feat of the Grand Slam.
Marsh Hen Hunting is one of the game birds that often gets over looked. September on the east coast means the migration of a lesser known game bird, the Marsh Hen. These birds are specifically located in saltwater marshes in the tidal grass.