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Turkeys decoys, are visual, add the right sounds Turkey decoys work best if you couple the visual attractant with natural sounds. While most hunters only use yelps and clucks in their turkey tactics, many
Turkey decoys tactics Turkey decoy or not? A turkey decoy can be your best friend or your worst enemy. Whether or not to use a turkey decoy, or or should I use a hen
Fall Turkey Decoy Tactics Posted by Jim Dawson on November 30, 2010 · Leave a Comment If you have ever been lucky to observe wild turkeys in the fall, you have gotten to experience the social nature
Turkey decoys and turkey hunting are slower on windy days Wind is the bane of turkey hunters. For one thing birds don’t gobble very much after they’re been whipped around in trees all
What is the best time of day to hunt turkeys? As the season moves from opening day to almost June, the best time of day to hunt turkeys will change from late to early.
How close should you put your turkey decoy? Many people try to over think how close or how far away you place your turkey decoy. They worry ‘the tom won’t see my turkey decoy
Turkey decoy tactics – Justin Nott goes bowling? I’ve used all kinds of turkey decoy tactics in the midwest for over 12 years. I have also only used archery equipment to harvest my birds
Turkey head shots Turkey head shots are incredibly fun to watch. Why do you think they used to guillotine people in public? Something about the prospect of a human or turkey losing it’s head
Strutting tom turkey decoy Hunting over a strutting tom turkey decoy is one of the most exciting ways to chase these big black birds, but it can also be one of the most frustrating.
Turkey decoy body language Cruising around the ATA show I am constantly amazed at the sub par turkey decoy body language brought to market. Here is a short list of things to remember