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  • Jan 27, 2017 :  Press Releases, Turkey, Gear Spotlight

    NWTF Super Elite 4.0 by ALPS OutdoorZ

    ALPS OutdoorZ and the National Wild Turkey Federation have partnered together to release a line of quality, dual-branded turkey-hunting gear including vests and pack systems, furniture, gun cases and ground blinds. Included in this new line of gear is the Super Elite 4.0 turkey hunting vest. Read More
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  • Oct 27, 2016 :  ProStaff, Turkey

    Harold Knight’s Worst Missed Turkey Ever

    In the 1950s, turkey hunters were my heroes, because there weren’t many of them, and everyone knew that those few hunters who could take wild turkeys were some of the best woodsmen in our part of Kentucky. So when I was a boy, I’d go over to these older men’s houses and get them to tell me about turkey hunting. I was like a hungry dog begging for a bone. Every day after turkey season, I’d go talk to these men. I’d ask them, “Did you take a turkey? Did you hear a turkey gobble? Did you see any turkey tracks?” The older men quickly understood I wanted to learn all I could about turkey hunting. At that time there weren’t more than a dozen turkey hunters in my part of Kentucky – the Land Between the Lakes.
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  • Jun 17, 2016 :  Turkey

    Call in a Gobbler without Being a Great Caller

    My friends Harold Knight and David Hale of Knight and Hale Game Calls did a video a few years ago titled,“The Last 100 Yards.” The video was about how to close the deal on a turkey and get him within gun range. These two guys are great turkey callers. However, they're quick to say, “There are thousands of turkeys harvested each season with a single-sided box call that the hunter uses for yelping and clucking.” Read More
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  • Jun 16, 2016 :  Turkey

    Stay Away From the Turkey in the Early Season

    In the early part of the season before the foliage is fully out, if I can hear a turkey gobble, I believe there’s a good chance he can see me. So, I won’t try to get as close to a gobbler in the early season as I will in the late season. The other thing you have to remember, if you're taking a new hunter turkey hunting, is that more than likely, he/she will make more noise than you and move more than you will. So, there’s a greater chance the gobbler will spot your hunter.
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  • Jun 15, 2016 :  Turkey

    Locate a Listening Place

    Once you’ve pinpointed an area where all signs indicate a turkey’s there, and you’ve gone out and listened for a turkey to gobble before daylight to confirm that a gobbler is there where you plan to hunt, next find a listening spot. Turkey hunting is more audible than visual. By that I mean, you should be able to hear a turkey much more than you can see a turkey. Read More
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