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Hunting Tactics

Late season turkey tactics

Mid And Late Season Turkey Tactics

As you transition to mid and late season turkey hunting, remember that this can be a very tough time to attract a Tom that has been pressured. Also, as the season wears on many of the hens are ready to breed and spending nearly all day with the gobblers. Try these tactics during your mid season turkey hunts. 

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Turkey Hunting With Decoys 101

When used correctly, turkey decoys can attract a nice gobbler into range, tilting the odds for success in your favor, but if used in correctly, they can cause that same gobbler to head for the hills.

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Hunter Holding Harvested Turkey

Fall Turkey Hunting Tactics By Chris Parrish

Fall turkey hunting is not as popular as spring hunting, but that is likely due more from a lack of awareness than a lack of enjoyment in the sport itself. Realistically, while the hunting style is different, it is every bit as exciting – and can be a unique opportunity to really learn about the birds, and gain a better understanding of why they do what they do.

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Turkey Walking in Field

The Thrill Of Hunting 2-Year Old Turkeys

Every turkey hunter dreams of that “tow rope” longbeard hammering on the early morning roost, only to pitch down and work in on a string to your setup. So, with thousands of gobblers flopping every spring, what birds are we killing? Enter the two year old tom!

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Dad and Son Each Sit with their Harvested Turkeys

Tips for Taking Your Kid Turkey Hunting

Taking your youngster turkey hunting can not only provide you both with wonderful memories, but can instill within the child a lifelong passion for a sport that you can enjoy together for years to come. Realistic expectations for your first experience are key to making both a reality. Your frame of mind will determine if your child enjoys his or her first turkey-hunt, but whether or not the child wants to continue pursuing the sport.

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