The "shoulda been here yesterday" gremlins caught up with me as I crossed into Iowa from Illinois. That's when the rain started. By the time I'd turned south off of I-80 on my way to Missouri, the wind had kicked in, and by the time I reached Unionville, it was pouring sideways. It wasn't a huge front because the next morning was crisp and clear -- gobbling weather. Unfortunately, no one had told the turkeys. Read
Turkey hunting in the heart of Arkansas' Ozarks is a challenge full of ups and downs Read
When hope turns into reality too quickly, we often miss out on the good stuff in between. Read
A trip to the Lone Star State can leave you feeling like you're in "a whole other country." Here are a few things to know before you go in search of a Rio. 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