Since I didn’t get a turkey this year I thought I’d share the story of my all time favorite turkey hunt. I originally posted a shortened version on the Kansas Travel Blog “My Kansas Turkey Hunt: The Belly Crawl and The Train“.
It was a media event hosted by the Association of Great Lakes Outdoor Writers in Parson, Kansas.
We’d drawn a permit to hunt the Grand Osage Wildlife Area, which used to be part of the Kansas Army Ammunition Plant. It was interesting to see the abandoned train cars and defunct munition factories. Continue reading A Hail Mary Kansas Turkey Hunt – Grand Osage
Turkey hunting is an obsession for most of us. It’s exciting, interactive and inexpensive.
I love hunting them out of state because non-resident tags are inexpensive. But I’ve had to learn to hunt on the fly since I don’t always have weeks before to do some pre-season scouting. Continue reading Turkey Hunting Tips
“#HuntFishTravel Top 10 Podcast Episodes – learn how to kill big deer, catch more fish and enjoy life to its fullest”.
Over the last five years I’ve learned a great deal from the extraordinary guests I’ve interviewed. While all the the episodes I’ve produced have great value, there are some that are the perfect storm of information.
Based on listener habits, in no particular order, I’ve compiled a list of the top ten podcast episodes. Continue reading #HuntFishTravel Top 10 Free Hunting Podcast Episodes
“#HuntFishTravel 121 – Interview with Patrick Flanigan, Turkey Hunting and Hilariously Random Subjects”
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One of the most random episodes I’ve ever recorded, Patrick Flanigan stops by to chat about what’s going on with the Xtreme Team, the Spray & Pray Tour and what the future holds for him.
And then we reminisce about turkey hunting, plan my 40th birthday in Hawaii and head down about a dozen random rabbit holes.
It’s pretty amusing…
Continue reading #HuntFishTravel 121 – Interview with Patrick Flanigan, Turkey Hunting and Hilariously Random Subjects
Turkey season is fast approaching, my favorite game to hunt will always be Whitetail Deer; but Turkey and Pheasant battle it out for second place.
When you’re out there, sitting in a blind or calling against a tree and a flock of turkeys come in, how do you know which one to take?
Continue reading Gobbler or a Hen? How to Tell the Difference in the Field.