Between piercing calls and explosive gun shots, turkey hunting can cause havoc on a hunter’s ears. Here’s what to do about it. Read
Scout a turkey taxidermist like you would an old gobbler. If you’re comfortable with a taxidermist’s work before you hunt, it removes all the anxiety. Read
With any luck, you’ll be in a position to need to know how to score that big gobbler. Here’s how.
Editor Brian Lovett looks back on decades of turkey trophies.
Nothing beats heading out into the fall turkey woods and coming back with supper. In this feature, Lovett Williams, Jr., shows how to honor the bird by preparing it properly for consumption.
A wild turkey’s legs, spurs, beard and plumage are decorative when properly preserved and require minimal space for displaying. Spread tails and wings look good on a den wall and small parts such as spurs and beards can be preserved and put away for safekeeping in display boxes or displayed in shadow boxes. But don’t hide your trophies — it is easy to make them worthy additions to your home or lodge decor. Read