Winter is finally on the wane, and if you need a little motivation to get our your turkey gear and maybe lose a few pounds before the season opens, check out these great photos submitted by members of the North … Continue reading
A shot at 40 yards or closer is the gold standard for most turkey hunters, and many savvy sportsmen prefer birds at half that range. However, the woods doesn’t come with yard markers like a football field, and if you’re … Continue reading
The more you understand the biology of wild turkeys, the better your chances of spring gobbler success. Even though opening day is still a distant speck on the horizon, an outdoorsman can never know too much about what wild turkeys … Continue reading
No matter how hard you try, you can’t be in multiple places at once. Or can you? Though science hasn’t advanced far enough to clone ourselves just yet, technological advances in the form of trail cameras can help hunters narrow … Continue reading
As with any sport, myths abound in turkey hunting. Hunt camp is a prime locale to pass around stories of wild turkeys larger than a Volkswagen, turkeys that earned epic nicknames for their ability to evade hunters for decades… the … Continue reading
Motion-activated trail cameras have been around for a decade, yet the plot camera is a newer invention. Instead of relying on motion (typically within 50 feet) to trigger the camera, a plot camera operates in time-lapse mode, taking pictures of … Continue reading
Trap, Release, and Backpack Wild turkeys are among nature’s most elusive creatures, making it difficult to learn where they nest, how much they travel, and the identities of their most lethal predators. Fortunately humans can be pretty sneaky as well; … Continue reading
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