- May 4, 2020
Field Notes - Hunting Tactics
- April 3, 2020
- October 16, 2017
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.
- January 25, 2017
Knight & Hale had its best year-yet at the 2017 ATA Trade Show in Indianapolis, Indiana. The Team rolled out our new product line for 2017, the most in Knight & Hale history, highlighted by the new Bone Collector Line products.
- June 28, 2016
Knight & Hale Pro Staffer and hunting expert, Chris Parrish, shares some helpful tips for predator hunting in the summer months.
- June 7, 2016
Mark Olis from Grandview Outdoors recently went on the turkey hunt of a lifetime where he was able to hunt with some of the biggest legends in the outdoor industry. Quiet toms tested his paticence but in the end, victory was earned.
- April 21, 2016
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!
- April 14, 2016
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.
- April 5, 2016
Fanning turkeys, the exciting tactic of hiding behind a turkey fan or decoy while sneaking toward a gobbler in an effort to entice the bird to come charging toward you, has become especially popular in the past few years. But, the method is also controversial.
- April 4, 2016
Killing a gobbler in the spring can be a feat in itself. Doing it on public land takes it to a whole other level.