Tag Archives: Turkey Hunting

Gobbler or a Hen? How to Tell the Difference in the Field.

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?

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#HuntFishTravel 064 – Turkey Hunting in WI and NY

Tune in to find out if Carrie or Rachel got a bird this year and Dan Small joins us this week as we discuss turkey hunting in both Wisconsin and New York. Continue reading #HuntFishTravel 064 – Turkey Hunting in WI and NY

#HuntFishTravel 062 – Full Strut; Bowhunting for Turkey’s with Heartland Bowhunter

We have Heartland Bowhunter‘s Michael Hunsucker and Shawn Luchtel on the line with us this week to talk about turkey hunting tactics using archery equipment, their go to set up and a sneak peak on an upcoming episode.
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#HuntFishTravel 061 – Turkey Killing in Comfort

In this episode Rachel and I sit down with Blair Michele from Spectra Shot to talk about their Field Staff program, what the heck a “Rugarou” is, why shooting different colored shot saves a lot of arguments and provides more accurate scoring for skeet and trap. And then he explains to us the technical details about the White Lightening Turkey Load, and how the NWTF Still Target Challenge shooters requested a turkey load that could be shot in competition as well as hunting that manages the recoil and how Spectra Shot answered the call. Continue reading #HuntFishTravel 061 – Turkey Killing in Comfort

Zone 1 Spring Turkey Hunt Part 2 – Dead Bird Walking – 2012 Turkey #1

(Read the Spring Turkey Zone 1 Part 1 here.)

The alarm goes off at 4:30am.

The sound of it shrills through me like a lightning bolt.  I open my eyes and in a mere second my eyes adjust to the darkness and I can make out the outline of the deer mounts hanging above me.  A small shot of adrenaline courses through me as I think about getting up and going hunting, the same feeling I get before every hunt.  That thrill of anticipation, nervousness and excitement.

I nudge my husband lying next to me and he acknowledges me with a rather unamused grunt.

We get up and are ready in a flash.  Teeth brushed, hair in a ponytail, makeup on, dressed in dark camo, day bag packed, ready to roll in 15 minutes. Continue reading Zone 1 Spring Turkey Hunt Part 2 – Dead Bird Walking – 2012 Turkey #1