Turkey & Turkey Hunting’s 2005 Sweepstakes Hunt winner Bill Mason, of Sawyerville, Ala., scores big in Texas.
(Above, Henry Konow congratulates Mason on one of Mason’s three Rios.) Read
Wild turkeys hatch throughout the spring and summer, depending on when the hen bred, and successfully nested. Since hatching times are varied, some autumn family groups contain young birds (especially males) the size of the adult brood hen. Other such fall flocks might have a recognizable female turkey leading birds-of-the-year that are considerably smaller. Read
Fifty years ago, the author and his father only dreamed of hunting turkeys. Read
The Bow Jaws bow-holder system keeps your bow upright and ready to use. It is ideal for ground blind users. Simply push the spikes of the base into the ground and connect the bow-holder. It can also be used in … Read
Here are a few more items that will help you bag a tom this year. Read
A bird in hand is still better than two in the bush, I guess. But sometimes, the merit of that cliche might depend on the location of the bush and the bird that’s in it. Read