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
When the weather heads into winter, turkey season can feel a million miles away. Fortunately, reliving the fun of the season is as easy as pulling out a few turkey hunting photographs. Reader David Warren submitted these photos of a … 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
The headline says it all. A Minnesota couple came home and thought they had been burglarized. Turns out a wild turkey was to blame.
by Jason Houser, T&TH reader If you choose to hunt away from your home turf, know that it is easier than you might think. You can scout from the comfort of your home. * Begin by talking to people who … Read
Put simply, fall turkey dogs — trained to the task — help you find and flush autumn flocks better than you might on foot. They provide companionship in the field. In turkey dogging, finding birds — not just shooting — is a measure of success. Read