Spring turkey season is known for fluctuating temperatures, so being prepare for anything is a must. And Prios Hunting Products has exactly what you need.
Scott Ellis goes to South Florida to hunt the Osceola wild turkey with Robin Albritton. Scott is hot on his calling today. And Robin knows what to do when Scott calls the longbeards in.
Have you ever struggled with shot placement on wild turkeys while bowhunting? Check out this video on the anatomy and proper arrow placement and put more turkeys in your freezer.
Until a few minutes ago I had one nagging question about my conglomeration of black groundblind hunting stuff. “Why isn’t there one place that has what we need?”
VIDEO: How-To-Yelp so you sound like a real wild turkey, instead of like every other turkey hunter in the woods. Here and see how to do it right and get results.
Mobility is the key to hunting wild turkey gobblers. Enter QuietKat, the electric vehicle that’s silent and goes where the gobblers are.
Ummm, ummm, that looks delicious. Who would’ve guessed that he strutted in front of you last wild turkey season. Here is how to make the very best deep fried turkey!
There are a lot of things that need to go right to get a gobbler into range, and if that didn’t happen for you, there is probably a pretty good reason.
Wild turkey gobbler bowhunt on Video. Fred Lutger and Robert Hoague meet George Winters in South Texas. Robert demonstrates his secret fool-proof turkey call and how to use it. Both Fred and Robert call and bag Rio Grande longbeards.
These modern, high-tech ‘hides’ are invaluable for any wild turkey or deer hunter who knows when, where and how to use them.
On the last afternoon a big Merriam’s longbeard strutted out of the valley in front of me. Things were looking good.
Jeff Quinn took Fred to a South Dakota farm and they set up overlooking the juncture of two valleys.
Chef Klaus suggested they go to lunch. Fred said no. Five minutes later the Chef got ‘er done.
I yelped at the gobbler and he sounded off loudly as he moved in front of two “Y” shaped trees
I videoed Fred Lutger’s first Nebraska bowhunt for this year. It had some cool surprises.
One certainty about equipment failure is it only messes up at the worst time. This time it was on video.
The Strutter’s head bobbled back and forth between the real hens and where Fred was calling.
20 yards from me the White Head gobbler made a boisterous gobble. Pronto, the other gobblers hurried towards the “White Head”.
A big Merriam’s longbeard hustled his way to the front of the gobblers and into the lead.
Here is a video of a major Strut Zone from the 2014 Nebraska bowhunt. Enjoy.
As sunlight streaked shadows across the field, gobblers and hens appeared in the woods.
Here’s a Jake that I videoed in Nebraska this year. I call him “Cool Jake” … cause he is.
“He’s on the move,” Fred said. I saw a Longbeard’s head in the camera’s viewfinder.
Time to move. Our new area looked pretty good, but we had no idea it was going to be this good … and not good.
Recently Fred Lutger and Robert Hoague bowhunted Rio Grande gobblers on Bowhunting.net. Here is the video.
Further down the edge of the field, Fred saw a Longbeard in the long dried grass.
I put Scott Ellis’s signature call in my mouth and yelped. The longbeard gobbled instantly and changed directions.
My Longbeard led his attackers into the narrow strip of woods on the opposite side of the field, 65 yards away.
The Longbeard approached the hen decoy and straddled its tail … and jumped on its back.
I noticed two longbeards coming off the hill across the field above the far right corner.