Month: April 2014

Running and Gunning: Key Tips for the Impatient Turkey Hunter

On opening day of the spring 2014 Missouri turkey season, I killed one of my largest gobblers to date.  It was also one of the latest gobblers I’ve ever taken, having shot him at 12:30pm.  I am quite content sitting in a blind and waiting for turkeys to come to me; it’s an extremely successful …

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Turkey Reaping: Getting Close to Henned up Toms

By Ryan Miloshewski Turkey hunting has a way of making you think and do things you wouldn’t normally do. I am an aggressive person at heart, so that makes sitting and waiting for a gobbler to come within earshot of my calls somewhat of a challenge at times. This past weekend I was fortunate enough …

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