This story and photo from West Virginia hunter Ed Vogel demonstrates why turkey hunting continues to grow in popularity. Vogel hunted deer as a kid, but couldn’t pursue turkeys for one simple reason: there were none. 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
I high-fived Terry and hurried out of the blind and over to the gobbler. When I rolled the bird over, I couldn’t believe what I saw — not two or three beards but five. Read
Grandfather and grandson head for the toms. Will the toms head back?
T&TH reader Earl Groves has hunted turkeys for 50 years and killed more than 500 gobblers. You’d think nothing could surprise him after all that. Then again, maybe something could.
Alan Eppinger tells the story of his grandsons first gobbler.