You can’t have your gun up 100 percent of the time. What happens if a gobbler has a bead on you, but you’ve got your gun down? Renowned turkey hunter Steve Stolz explains what to do.
Then a gobble echoed from about 100 steps across the hollow. The longbeard had apparently flown down toward the ridge and was working in to the hens. I yelped softly on a slate and then went into some soft clucking and purring. Read
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Strategy time. Figuring I probably couldn’t call the gobbler away from a hen and across 200 yards of pasture, I decided to cut the distance. Read
Congratulations to all the young hunters, and kudos to their mentors for taking time to introduce youngsters to the spring woods. Read
I slipped down a logging road and crept into a food plot, hoping to sit out the afternoon. But as I looked for a setup, a hen yelped about 100 yards away. A thunderous gobble followed. Show time. Read