Remember the person who introduced you to turkey hunting? This person offered years of advice, spreading a contagious passion for the hunt for Ol’ Tom. Turkey & Turkey Hunting is like that mentor. Only this one arrives by mail, not a vehicle, and comes in the form of a subscription.
Take a peak inside the April 2009 issue:
• Sleep and turkey hunting go hand in hand. Mark Strand shows how to embrace and perfect the subtle art of sleeping
in the woods.
• A gobbler’s circle of trust is the plot of ground in which he feels safe. The thing is, as Jim Spencer explains, it’s unpredictable.
• Jim Casada takes a first of two looks at memorable experiences in the turkey woods.
• Location is often more important than calling. Steve Hickoff offers some devious tactics that might work this spring.
• Ethics can be open to interpretation. Scott Bestul puts forth four difficult scenarios that will make you think hard about your behavior afield.
• Jacob Edson’s first Osceola hunt was not turning out as planned, but with temperatures in his home state near zero, he was not complaining.
• Walking and calling is a great tactic, but it is not right for every situation. Brian Lovett shares thoughts on the relative merits of cutting and running.