Take a gander inside the pages of the February 2008 issue of Turkey & Turkey Hunting magazine. Subscribers were privy to an early look at advice, observations and reviews.
Here’s what had people talking:
• Finally, Mark Strand provides a logical explanation for everything turkeys do.
• In a perfect world, every hunter would have 1,000 acres
of private ground. Then there’s reality. Jim Spencer shows how to deal with it.
• When your usual tactics fail, John Trout, Jr. gives one more you can throw at a stubborn tom.
• Would you shoot a gobbler off a limb? Law, ethics, tradition and circumstances drive the answer. Tom Carpenter probes this question.
• With a host of early-season opportunities available for youngsters, the stage is set for you to create a positive first turkey hunting impression. Mark Kayser extends the turkey tradition.
• Ultra-real gobbler decoys are a new way to deceive jealous toms, as Scott Bestul demonstrates.
• Charles Elliott, the “Old Professor,” whose turkey hunting career spanned nearly eight decades, left us with a literary bounty, as Jim Casada tells.