Well, here it is. I have a ton of time into this blog post. This is a list of every state, and a direct link to the turkey hunting info for their state. Many, many turkey hunters every year chase these wily birds across many states -and the rules, turkey season dates, and information can get crossed easily. So if you are a traveling turkey hunter – I’d suggest book marking this puppy. Continue Reading →
Which turkey calls are the easiest of use for a beginner? Depending on exactly what you want to use there is multiple calls of each type that are great for beginners. If I had to narrow it down to one call for a beginner I would go with the slate call. There are literally thousands of strikers out there to choose from on playing tunes with the slate call. For a beginner I would stick with a (wood of your choice) closed tip striker. The key to calling on a slate call is the positioning in which you hold the striker.
Who doesn’t love great turkey hunting footage?! Well I certainly do. Below we have 9 of the best turkey hunting videos you can find on the internet. If you love gobbling, and close up strutting action – not to mention a few jellyheads…check out the videos below, and share the living crap out of them. Continue Reading →
A bird gobbles 300 yards away at your seductive hen calls. You cut the distance in half. Call again. Boom. He’s gotten closer too. You dive for a close tree. Little do you – the hunt may already be over.
You see, there are keys to setting up on turkeys, and these keys are nearly essential to a successful encounter with Mr. Tom. Let’s jump in and take a peak at 4 things that could make or break your longbeard encounter in 2013. Continue Reading →
Today’s blog is something pretty dang weird. Up until a couple of years ago – every single whitetail buck I’ve ever seen, had individual antlers. Some were half racks, some with weird racks – but they had single antlers. The antler shape itself made each antler unique – but where/how the antler attached had never been peculiar.
But with this massive, unique and wildly cool deer – the antler base itself is the craziest part! Not to mention the antlers alone score roughly 160″ – with 40″ of mass. Yip. 40″ of freaking mass. Is most people’s case – that is two, or even three deer’s mass measurements combined! Continue Reading →
Preseason Scouting For The Spring Turkey Season
Turkeys throughout the United States are one of the most popular species and exciting animals to hunt. There are a few things out there that could increase your odds in the field. Following these three easy and precise steps will better your chances in the upcoming season! Continue Reading →
If you know anything about me, you know that I am
obsessed with a big fan of the Stic-N-Pic trail camera mounting products. They make my life easier, I get better trail camera pictures, and the animals notice the trail camera less (along with trespassers). New for 2013 is the screw in tree mount from Stic-N-Pic. Now, this isn’t any trail cam mount – this thing can be used for a 2nd or even 3rd angle when videoing hunts, it can hold your camera while taking trophy photos – and it is built like a brick shit house tank. Let’s take a deeper look… Continue Reading →
Today’s Deer Hunting Podcast is with legendary shed hunting dog trainer – Roger Sigler. Roger is the owner of Antler Ridge, and is just about as nice a guy as you’d ever want to meet! Continue Reading →