It’s like something out of a Clint Eastwood movie. A quiet, suburban neighborhood in the Midwest is held hostage by a pack of adolescent punks. They spit curses at passersby. They gang up on dogs. They block the roads. They tear up yards. They impose their hostile climate over any otherwise happy, normal day. Read
Writer Walt Hampton says a head-shot is best. If you’re not comfortable with that, center the neck where the feathers stop. Read
Ernie Calandrelli likes to lay his best calls around him and work from one to the next, starting slow but ratcheting things up the longer he sits. Read
Between piercing calls and explosive gun shots, turkey hunting can cause havoc on a hunter’s ears. Here’s what to do about it. 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
You can’t have your gun up 100 percent of the time. What happens if a gobbler has a bead on you, but you’ve got your gun down? Renowned turkey hunter Steve Stolz explains what to do.