A Compromised Setup in the Oklahoma Turkey Woods Requires Improv

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.
A Compromised Setup in the Oklahoma Turkey Woods Requires Improv

After way too much wind and poor hunting conditions, Oklahoma finally got a turkey morning. The sun beamed directly into the blind's opening. Not ideal. But there was only one promising option and this was it.

Watch the incoming flock of wild turkeys as they close in. The birds saw Bowhunting World's Jace Bauserman draw down on them, but he clenched the proverbial penny and took the shot anyway.

 

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