Turkey Hunting Tips

Locating Spring Turkeys | 3 Best Methods

by HuntingFreak
Locating Turkeys in Spring

There are many variables when it comes to spring turkey hunting. But one fact remains obvious, you have to locate a bird before you can have a shot at it. There is definitely more than one way of locating spring turkeys – here are 3 of our favorite methods. Calling All Toms Using a call […]

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Turkey Hunting | 10 Tips To Remember

by HuntingFreak
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1. Try to locate turkeys in the evening. Listen for them to fly up to roost so you know where to setup the next morning. 2. In the morning slip in under darkness as close to the roost trees that you identified the night before. As the sun begins to come up, give a few light […]

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9 Turkey Hunting Tips from the Pros

by TurkeyTaker
Strutting Gobbler

There are 3 certainties when it comes to spring turkey hunting season – it’s short, it’s exciting, and there is no guarantee you’ll get a shot at a gobbler. To help you be a more successful turkey hunter, we’ve put together some turkey hunting tips straight from the mouths of veteran turkey hunters that have […]

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Camo Face Painting Tips

by TurkeyTaker
Camouflage Face Painting

One of the biggest mistakes hunters make with camo face paint is applying it like a girl. You’ve probably watched your sister, wife, or girlfriend put on makeup in front of a mirror. Women put their makeup on symmetrically – ever see a good looking woman wearing eye shadow on just one side of her […]

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Shot Placement on a Turkey – Where to Aim

by HuntingFreak
Shot Placement on Turkey

In speaking with turkey hunters, I have found that a lot of them do not know where to properly aim on a turkey in terms of bowhunting. Obviously, with a shotgun you are best to aim at the head and neck area. I use a 12 gauge fully choked and loaded with #5 turkey loads […]

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Tips for Turkey Hunting With a Bow

by HuntingFreak
Tips on Bowhunting Turkey

For most hunters it’s about the challenge and the reward of taking a trophy animal. Bowhunters are especially addicted to the challenge of the hunt. Bowhunting any type of game is challenging to say the least but bow hunting for big gobblers may be in a class all its own. As turkey hunting has become […]

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Turkey Hunting Camo Mistakes to Avoid

by HuntingFreak
Turkey Hunting Camo Tips

The most common mistakes with camouflage can be troublesome but do not take much effort to fix as long as you are aware of them. Missing a little thing like the glare from your hunting gear, your t shirt collar showing, or areas of bare skin can spook a big tom in a second and ruin a turkey […]

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10 Spring Turkey Hunting Tips

by HuntingFreak
Turkey Hunting Tips

Tips for spring turkey hunting are mostly common sense techniques, but there are a few you might not have in your bag of tricks or may have forgot about. Using these back to basic turkey hunting tips will increase your odds of success while chasing spring gobblers this season. Don’t push it. If you can’t call […]

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Why You Should Not Feed Wild Turkeys

by TurkeyTaker
Hunting Wild Turkeys

Wild turkeys, native to North America, include five subspecies found in different ranges across the continent. These include Eastern, Osceola (Florida), Rio Grande, Merriams and Goulds. When the National Wild Turkey Federation was established in 1973, there were just 1.3 million wild turkeys in North America. Now there are more than 7 million and their numbers are […]

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6 Turkey Hunting Tips You Should Know

by TurkeyTaker
Turkey Hunting Tips

Turkey hunting is definitely an addicting sport. There isn’t much that compares to calling in a gobbler from a good distance and having an opportunity to harvest him. A big tom turkey is what all trophy turkey hunters dream of. There are a few basic tips to follow when trying to tag a good sized […]

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