Turkeys are amazing creatures, able to adapt to a number of environments and situations. As these pictures show, not even being impaled by a stick can slow a turkey down. Take that cockroaches!
“Addicted” might have negative connotations in some references, but not when it comes to turkey hunting for 81-year-old Earl Groves. More than 50 years after hearing his first gobble he’s still loving every minute of it and can’t get enough. Read
For the Birds’ innovative recordings aim to help you sharpen calling skills. Read
Abigail Teschendorf just turned 12 and has been hunting turkeys for only two years. But the Lino Lakes sixth-grader calmly bagged a record gobbler — with a dead-on shot using a bow and arrow. Read
Can you use trail cameras to scout for turkeys? Perhaps. If nothing else, they provide a great source of entertainment. Scott Bestul walks through how to set things up. Read
After the human-friendly, turkey-hating bulls ran off my gobbler the first day, my Missouri trip got back to normal. That is, hunting got tough. Read