The birds were in the middle of the field, so I parked out of sight, slipped through the woods to the corner, spied the turkeys at about 90 yards and set up. Read
After gobble No. 2, I snapped back to reality and grabbed a tree. The turkey was 100 yards away and seemed pretty
Trouble was, the birds stopped gobbling during our approach, so we had to take an educated guess about their location. Read
Here’s a look at some of the new spring 2010 gear items for turkey hunters.
I’ve always argued that your aiming system is just as important as the type of shotgun you shoot.
Dylan Whelchel takes his first archery turkey with the Magnus Bullhead. Read