Turkey hunting is an excellent place to get youngsters started. That’s why it’s always great to see Colorado Parks and Wildlife offering mentored hunts. Look for similar events in your state. ~Mia CPW offers four young novices a mentored, private land turkey hunt near Craig CRAIG, Colo. – Colorado Parks and Wildlife is encouraging young,…
Before long the cuts and cackles of the hens fill the air. They start off a bit slow with a cluck here and there and then become a bit more boisterous. The big guy, strutting back and forth silences them all, with an echoing gobble.
After a long and difficult winter, the early signs of spring are finally starting to appear in most locations around the country. For many hunters, the onset of spring means that turkey hunting season is just around the corner. For those of you who will soon be in the woods in search of a “long beard,” here are some tips for locating and calling this cunning and elusive bird.
Next time you head for the turkey woods, take some wings with you—not the BBQ kind, but a real turkey wing from a past successful hunt.
LG is proud that she has increased the number of birds on the property without wiping out the predators.
Even though it’s next to impossible to call the boss away from the flock, it can be pretty easy to call the flock’s subordinate gobblers into range.
“These days, a hunter may only have limited time to prepare for and plan a hunt. We want to ensure they have the greatest opportunity for an enjoyable time in the woods, so they continue to carry on our hunting heritage.”
“Those who come to the workshop will learn the ins and outs of hunting turkeys. And good news for “locavores”, Colorado’s wild turkeys are 100 percent organic”
To help novices with the challenges of bagging their first gobbler, Colorado Parks and Wildlife will host a one-evening only ‘Turkey Hunting 101’ clinic…
When you’re hunting big tom turkeys, you need to have a few essential items. I’m going to refer to these things…