Trouble was, the birds stopped gobbling during our approach, so we had to take an educated guess about their location. Read
Dylan Whelchel takes his first archery turkey with the Magnus Bullhead. Read
At about noon — with one hour left to hunt — the weather seemed to let up, so we hit the woods. Read
A Brand-New Groove. Does it seem like your local turkeys have heard it all? Read
Surprise! Most people want to see a gobbler approach from a long distance, but that’s a mistake. Read
Moving with birds as they approach is called "flowing with the turkey." Editor Brian Lovett explains this technique.