From how to find wild turkeys on small tracks of land to instructional video on breasting out your bird, Grand View Outdoors offers practical tips and entertaining turkey facts to aid readers in their pursuit of America’s wildest bird.
In the last 15 to 20 years, declining turkey numbers in the Southeast have baffled wildlife biologists, hunters and others trying to figure it out.
Weather conditions, the animal’s patterns, expectations —every hunt is in constant flux. This Oklahoma turkey hunt is a textbook demonstration of improv in the turkey woods.
According to a recent report from CBS News, “An increasing number of people are developing allergies to red meat, and doctors believe the one thing many of them have in common are tick bites.”
Late-season turkey hunting is a bonus season, ripe with abandoned gobblers and void of turkey hunters who have already tagged out or packed it and given up.
Archery hunters have an important question to answer when gearing up for turkeys: Should I choose broadheads designed for head/neck shots, or models designed for body shots?
Turn the tables for a few weeks this spring and focus on turkeys, but if a coyote comes into range while you’re throwing calls at gobblers then smack the songdog, too.