The headline says it all. A Minnesota couple came home and thought they had been burglarized. Turns out a wild turkey was to blame.
by Jason Houser, T&TH reader If you choose to hunt away from your home turf, know that it is easier than you might think. You can scout from the comfort of your home. * Begin by talking to people who … Read
Hunting turkeys with snow on the ground requires hunters to make some changes to their fall hunting techniques. Forget about busting a flock and then attempting to call them back with kee-kees as you would earlier in the fall. Hunting turkeys in the snow is unlike anything else you have done to bag a turkey. It will quickly become your favorite way to use your turkey tag. Read
Quaker Boy’s new Bandit Elite and Bandito Elite provide ultimate concealment with less material and light weight. Read
Put simply, fall turkey dogs — trained to the task — help you find and flush autumn flocks better than you might on foot. They provide companionship in the field. In turkey dogging, finding birds — not just shooting — is a measure of success. Read
Turkey & Turkey Hunting reviews the Columbia River Knife and Tool Folts Minimalist. Will this small knife stand up to the rigors of turkey hunting? Read