This fall 30 states are allowing the use of dogs during their fall turkey seasons. That's up from just 10 about 20 years ago. (Check your state's regulations before heading afield.)
For decades, Appalachian hunters have bred dogs to find and scatter fall flocks, which are then called back together. Their dogs range widely and bark at the flush site. But across much of America, hunters can find birds feeding in open crop fields, then watch their dogs have their fun.