My most overused adage goes something like this: The two best days of turkey season are the first and the last.
We found the entry hole of a spring fox den and set up a trail cam to record the kits' activity. Here's what we came up with.
After being ignored and insulted by henned-up gobblers for two straight days, my fortunes were bound to change—but I was running out of time. It was 11:30 and we had to quit hunting at noon. I guess that’s why I love spring turkey hunting, though. The agony of defeat can turn into the thrill of victory at the yelp of a box call.
Spring turkey hunters in New York and Maine asked to help identify birds that may be suffering from LPDV.
It never ceases to amaze how turkeys can be so hard to hunt, yet act so silly sometimes.
Make a midmorning turkey hunting plan and stick to it, because the next gobble you hear may come from the bird that fills your tag.
For many, Monday’s horrific reports from the streets of Boston spurred recollections of September 11.
I saw her again last weekend and I’m not gonna lie—I really want to call her in, shoot her and take her to the taxidermist. Or at least I think that I do. She’s a triple-bearded hen that I’ve now seen three springs running and a totally legal turkey (of course) to take come opening day of turkey season in a couple of weeks.
Turkey hunting gets tough when you can find roosted birds. So what do you have to do to roost a bird in the evening for the next morning’s hunt? Here are a few ideas for locating gobblers.
Get ready for what could be some incredible topwater fishing as cicadas take flight in search of a mate.
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