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  • Mar 02, 2017 :  Turkey, ProStaff

    Hunting the 1,000 Yard Toms

    There’s a place in Maryland I hunt that I call the Rock Ledge. The front of the mountain has a straight rock ledge drop-off. A group of turkeys roost on that Rock Ledge. When they fly from the roost, they glide for about 1,000 yards and land in an agricultural field. When I first discovered those turkeys, I set up about 100 yards away from them and started calling. Read More
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  • Mar 01, 2017 :  Turkey, ProStaff

    Finding Somewhere to Hunt on 2017’s Opening Day

    I’d identified a place last year, made a note of it and marked the spot where I saw a turkey run across the road on one of my scouting trips before opening day. I’d never heard a turkey gobble in this place, never had seen one there and never had spotted a vehicle parked in this location. But I watched a turkey cross the road there, and I was very amazed. Previously I’d never seen any reason to hunt there.
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  • Feb 28, 2017 :  ProStaff

    Remembering J.J. Kent, Mossy Oak ProStaffer

    J.J. Kent has been a member of the Mossy Oak ProStaff since 2011. We are saddened that his life ended much too soon. The week of his passing, we posted a blog series about him and his many hunting endeavors. We will always appreciate J.J.'s passion and dedication to the outdoors. We know he affected many lives for the outdoors and truly loved hunting and guiding hunters. Read More
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  • Feb 28, 2017 :  Turkey, ProStaff

    Picking a Place for an Opening Morning Public Land Hunt

    I ride the road listening for turkeys and looking for other people listening for turkeys. If I go by a spot two or three consecutive mornings where I’ve heard a turkey gobble and don’t see or hear anyone else’s vehicle parked there, then I know this is a good place to start my early-morning, public-land turkey hunt.
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  • Feb 27, 2017 :  Turkey, ProStaff

    Tracy Groves: Secrets to Public Land Gobblers

    Mossy Oak Pro Tracy Groves, from Eldersburg, Maryland, takes on the toughest turkeys there are to hunt in the United States – public-land gobblers. If you’ve ever hunted turkeys for very long on public lands, you know all those turkeys are bad. But this week we’ve asked Groves to solve the mysteries of public-land gobblers.
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