To a turkey, an island is just another part of its home range. To a hunter with the right plan, an island presents a unique opportunity. Read
For whatever reason, the first shot at a turkey doesn’t always seal the deal, and you should be ready to follow-up. Here’s how. Read
Mossy Oak Apparel’s Limited Edition Dixon Turkey Vest is a tribute to long-time Mossy Oak executive-team member Bob Dixon, who lost his battle with colon cancer in 2003. In an effort to fight this terrible disease, Mossy Oak has teamed … Read
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