Seeing a white or light gray turkey may make people think it’s a wild-domestic hybrid. While this can be true, it’s not the case with “smoke-phase” wild turkeys. Read
Turkey calling champion Scott Ellis shares his advanced techniques for creating the yelp using box, mouth and pot calls. This is the first installment of the online-only Getting Real With Your Calls series.
If this winter is feeling exceptionally long and cold, take heart in these photos from T&TH reader Josh Shiver. The self-described “turkey addict” had this to say: Read
Jim Spencer’s first "Bad Birds" column recalls a lesson in humility.
Michigan Department of Natural Resources and Environment wildlife biologist Al
Stewart recently became the first person on record to complete a World
Slam for trapping wild turkeys. Read
Don’t beat yourself up over a miss or blown opportunity. That’s the only way you’ll become a better turkey hunter.