Covid Crisis Hunting

By Jill J Easton The owl and hen calls were loud, often badly done, and everywhere. As best we could figure, there were two groups of hunters behind us closer to the state highway, two more hunters who’d come in…

Fanning for Spring Gobblers: Is It Worth It?

By Josh Boyd Turkey hunting is an endeavor marked by numerous challenges, some of which can be quite maddening to overcome. However, few scenarios can make a turkey hunter pull their hair out quite as bad as that of a…

Mythbusting: 5 of Turkey Hunting’s Greatest Wives’ Tales

By Josh Boyd We, as hunters, tend to be fantastic storytellers. Every hunt, even if uneventful, has the makings of a great tale. When it comes to turkey hunting, we have also found that it is far easier to explain…

Preserving Beards, Spurs, and More

By Josh Boyd As we chase the thundering gobbles of lovestruck longbeards, for as long as the spring season will allow, we live for the moment that a calculated squeeze of the trigger spells checkmate for a weathered, old tom.…

Two-fer Turkeys

By Jill J Easton Ever had one of those days turkey hunting? A day where every single turkey within miles refuses to even give you even a courtesy gobble? I have a lot of those days. Even worse, when I…

10 Bucket List Turkey Hunting States

By Josh Boyd If you are like most die-hard turkey hunters, the end of the spring season comes all too soon. For the lucky among us that fill their yearly bag limit in a matter of days, seasons can seem…

How To Handle Henned Up Gobblers

By Josh Boyd It is a problem as old as turkey hunting itself. The proverbial henned up gobbler has been driving turkey hunters crazy for as long as anyone can remember, and doesn’t appear to be letting up anytime soon.…

How To Select The Right Turkey Call

By Josh Boyd With turkey season just over the horizon, hunters across the nation will begin to sort through their gear from the previous year and ponder worthy purchases for the weeks ahead. Though shells, decoys, and blinds are often…

Turkey Gypsies 

  By Jill Easton Face it, turkey hunting is an addiction. The fifteen-day hunt in Arkansas and two bird limit just barely begins to scratch an itch to hunt gobblers. There are two solutions to this problem, go rogue and…

Tactics For Tackling Winter Turkeys

By Josh Boyd Turkey hunting and the spring of the year go together like a ball and glove. However, if the spring thaw is the only time you go afield in search of turkey hunting splendor, you are missing out…

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