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  • Mar 29, 2017 :  Turkey, Gear Spotlight

    Zink Calls unveils new gear with NWTF logo

    Just in time for spring turkey season, Zink Calls, Plano Synergy and the National Wild Turkey Federation have teamed up to bring turkey hunters high-tech gear featuring the NWTF logo. No matter where Zink Calls turkey hunting products are purchased, hunter conservationists across the United States will be positively impacting the NWTF Save the Habitat. Save the Hunt. initiative.
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  • Mar 29, 2017 :  How To, Conservation, Deer

    Managing Whitetails with Minerals

    A very simple but favorite management chore of mine in the spring is establishing new mineral sites. The anticipation of what might show up that year as the antlers begin to develop is always super high. I have even found myself in the past few years putting out mineral rocks and supplements in urban landscapes and backyard woodlots just to see what deer frequent the area even though I have no intention of hunting there.
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  • Mar 29, 2017 :  Turkey

    Setting Up a Second Time 150-200 yards from a Gobbling Turkey

    The spot we choose to set up is often critically important as to whether or not we’ll bag a tom. I don’t want the turkey to be 100 yards from me and possibly be able to see me or not see the hen he’s heard calling to him. I want to be on the opposite side of a little rise from where I think the turkey is, or I want to be on the other side of a fallen tree from the gobbler, that the turkey can’t see through.
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  • Mar 28, 2017 :  Turkey

    What Setting Up on Turkeys Means and How To Do It

    When you’re setting up on a turkey, that’s a spot in the woods where you decide to take a stand to shoot the gobbler. Most of the time you want your back against a tree that’s wider than your shoulders and be sure you’ve got a good field of view. You want some type of brush, cover or terrain in front of you, so that the turkey has to come within gun range to see the hen that’s been calling to him.
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  • Mar 27, 2017 :  Turkey, How To

    Tips for a Successful Turkey Hunt

    Something that I’ve learned is that the first thing in the morning when a tom gobbles, he’ll be listening more intently than at any other time of day. He’s not only listening to hear hens call, he’s also listening to hear any signs of danger. I’m totally convinced that a turkey can hear and understand what a hunter in the woods sounds like, and where he is.
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Just in time for spring turkey season, Zink Calls, Plano...

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A very simple but favorite management chore of mine in the...

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The spot we choose to set up is often critically important...
Tuesday, Mar 28, 2017
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When you’re setting up on a turkey, that’s a spot in the...
Monday, Mar 27, 2017
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Something that I’ve learned is that the first thing in the...