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  • Apr 13, 2017 :  Turkey, ProStaff

    Understand When to Get Ready for the Shot

    As I’ve mentioned earlier in the week, patience is the biggest key to taking a gobbler. You may have to sit in front of a tree or in a blind for an hour or two before the turkey shows himself, so get comfortable. Have some type of cushioned seat that you carry with you or that’s attached to your turkey vest. Because I don’t know how long a turkey will take to come in, I’ll have my shotgun in my lap with the safety on and have it pointed in the general direction from where I think the turkey will come.
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  • Apr 12, 2017 :  Turkey, ProStaff

    Know What to Do When a Turkey Gobbles

    Now that you understand just about everything you need to know to get started, if you go into the woods and make your first yelp with a Turkey Thugs Trigger Box, and a longbeard tom gobbles, then what do you do next? You need to rely on the many months you’ve put in scouting the land that you're now hunting.
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  • Apr 11, 2017 :  Gear Spotlight, Turkey, ProStaff

    Top 5 Must Have Turkey Hunting Gear

    Most of today's turkey hunters are guilty of buying some type of new hunting gear every spring in hopes of giving them that so-called "edge" on easily bagging a trophy tom. I wear a turkey vest filled with my turkey calls and multiple accessories on every hunt. However, there are a few must have pieces that I faithfully use that I feel make me a better turkey hunter. Here is my top 5 list of must have turkey hunting gear.
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  • Apr 11, 2017 :  ProStaff, Turkey

    Use a Push Button Call for Your First Turkey Call and Pattern Your Gun

    In seminars, I'm often asked, “If a fellow never has been turkey hunting before and wants to start this season, what turkey call will you tell him to buy?” I’ll suggest the Easy Yelper, the Trigger Finger or some other type of push button call. All these calls are box calls that only require one stroke of your finger to create a turkey yelp. Very little practice is required, and the sounds that these push button calls make exactly imitate the sound of a wild turkey hen. The basic yelp has been used for decades to take wild turkeys.
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  • Apr 10, 2017 :  Turkey, ProStaff

    Be Patient When Hunting Turkeys

    According to national statistics, between 65 and 70 percent of all outdoor readers are new to the sports they read about, which is especially true of turkey hunters. Often, we forget that we need information for the new people in our sport every year.
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