Contest Deadline Nears
Turkey seasons are now more than a month behind us and soon, so will The Strut Zone’s Give Us The … Continued
Turkey seasons are now more than a month behind us and soon, so will The Strut Zone’s Give Us The Bird Photo Contest. That’s right, July 10 is the final date for entries to be received and on the day after the last picture received is run, five winners will be announced.
Just send us a picture of you with a turkey you tagged this past season (or even during a recent season). It’s that easy. Complete rules and instructions can be read by clicking here.
And in case you’ve been under a rock since May, to recap five winners will win a prize pack including calls from Hunter’s Specialties, Knight & Hale, Quaker Boy, Primos, Woodhaven Custom Calls and Woods Wise. One Grand Prize winner will also receive a Carry-Lite Pretty Boy Decoy.
Need a better look at what you can win. Here’s a complete list of prizes:
This decoy made waves in the turkey hunting world this past spring after being introduced, and many hunters enjoyed phenomenal success using it in the field. It is one of the most life-like production decoys available made even more realistic when you add a real turkey fan to the plastic molded decoy. I saw it in action on a couple of occasions this past spring and have to say I was quite impressed.
The Glass Witch Turkey Call has a glass surface nestled inside a pot of composite wood. The Glass Witch Combo Kit includes Realtree a camo pouch with belt loop and two sewn-in striker holders, a carbon/wood Magic Wand and cross-cut hickory strikers, as well as call conditioners to rough the surface for that ideal pitch. This is a great package from H.S.
Ol’ Yeller is a Sla-Tek friction call that has been promoted to the Ultimate Hunting Team and given a sharp new cherry wood pot. The handsome engraving on the bottom of the call gives it a custom appearance.
The curved butternut lid on this box call stays horizontal and slides across the mahogany side walls like a guide, automatically producing a consistent yelp every time. Increased length of contact between paddle and box reproduces a higher-quality turkey vocalization. Company founder Dick Kirby may be exclusively producing custom calls these days, but under his son’s direction, the legacy of quality lives on.
The Box Cutter’s thumbhole groove positions your thumb perfectly so it acts as a spring allowing you to make consistent cutts. The Box Cutter is crafted with a jatoba lid and a solid mahogony box. Woodcraft lesson of the day: Jatoba is commonly found on the slopes of high river bends in Central America and it is considered one of the most durable of hardwoods.
A one-piece wonder made from a super wood formed by combining thin layers of oak and epoxy resin. Beautifully hand turned and polished. Tapered from 5/16-inch to 1/4-inch to produce the ideal weight and balance. This striker is very smooth and feels great. When I first discovered Woodhaven’s strikers about four years ago, I have to say, few discoveries have made such a positive impact on my calling. These things are sweet.
The CopperHead is a three-reed call featuring a unique orange silky textured latex with a “snake tongue cut” top reed over two clear bottom reeds. This is a great mouth call for hard cutting, cackles and raspy yelps.
This is WoodHaven’s #1 selling mouth call! Combining a red latex V-cut latex reed over twoclear thin prophylactic bottom reeds, the Red Wasp is a raspy call. Great for loud cutts and yelps.
Made of 100% walnut with Wood Wise’s Mystic Plays special wet coating. No-chalk needed. No slips, skips or errors on the permanent gritty black surface. This call plays wet, dry, anytime.
So don’t forget, July 10 is the deadline. It’s days away so get cracking if you haven’t already entered. Send entries and questions to email@example.com.