Turkey bowhunting is an often frustrating—but therefore all the more rewarding—sport. It takes patience, focus and, above all, attention to detail. One of those details is your broadheads. Luckily, the days of hunting with deer broadheads that miss, pass through or destroy your quarry beyond harvesting are long gone, and the market now features a … Read more
Still have a turkey tag or two come the last week of the season? Never fear, with the right tactics, you can go out and get a gobbler in the dense spring foliage. One of the most important things you should calibrate to the late season specifically is your decoy setup. Here are six of … Read more
Who doesn’t love sitting under a tree? But all day long? No matter how tough your backside is, you’re going to wish you had a chair. However, to minimize your chances of being spotted by a gobbler, you need a chair with features specific to turkey hunting. I’ve found 10 with a mix of these … Read more
So you want to bag your first turkey. Turkeys are some of the most popular game animals because they’re fun to hunt, but even if you’re already an experienced hunter, they have their own quirks that require specific knowledge and tactics. Before you trek out into the woods looking for gobblers, consider these seven turkey … Read more
You use bait to fish, why not to hunt deer? Okay, so maybe baiting deer is a bit more complicated, both practically and legally, but with the right approach, it can be a boon to your hunt. To make the most of deer bait, try these seven tips. 1. Use the Right Feed or Bait … Read more
Believe it or not, a deer’s head is not the only place you can find antlers. Since they shed every year, many people have started taking to the woods to look for this wonder of nature that has inspired us for thousands of years. If you’d like to start hunting for shed antlers, there are eight main places you should look as well as some tips and tricks to follow to increase your chances of success.