assume that you’ve missed a turkey. Be sure to watch the Tom for as long
as possible—especially if the bird takes to the air—even if you think you’ve
missed the bird. Turkeys may leave a weak blood trail—if any at all—so
feathers and tracks are good sign.
sprint after a turkey that’s been hit. Turkeys can run up to speeds of
30 miles per hour, much faster than any human.
Turkeys normally won’t run far if they’re hit, sometimes only 30 to 40
bird time to settle down and then begin your search. Look around fallen
trees, thick cover or creek banks where a bird may have gone to hide.
turkeys will generally fly less than 100 yards and they will make noise
on an attempted landing. Wait for about an hour then begin your search.
If you spot the bird and are presented a safe shot, shoot for the head
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