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Turkey hunting in suburbs

Suburban Turkey Hunting 101

by Joe Ramos 0

With more than 321 million people living in the United States, it is inevitable that populations would spill outside the… more »

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How to Read a Turkey’s Body Language

by Josh Wolfe 0

Turkey hunting has long been an obsession of mine. I like to credit Meleagris gallopavo with providing me with some… more »

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What Do Turkeys Eat?

by Doug Howlett 0

The daily routines of all wildlife, no matter what species, whether feathered or furred, are driven by one central necessary… more »

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Game & Fish 2016 Turkey Forecast

by Game & Fish Online Staff 0

Winter has almost come and gone, but still can’t be far enough out of the picture. Leaving most hunters with… more »

Turkey Hunting In Mississippi

Mississippi & Louisiana Turkey Forecast for 2016

by Carolee Boyles 0

The first hint of spring is in the air, which means turkey hunters in Mississippi and Louisiana are ready to… more »

Turkey Hunting in South Carolina

South Carolina Turkey Forecast for 2016

by Terry Madewell 0

The harvest trend in recent years on turkey hunting in South Carolina has not been a positive topic of discussion… more »

Hunting turkey in California

California Turkey Forecast for 2016

by John Higley 0

Looking back on spring turkey hunting in 2015, I’ve got to think that the drought that has been plaguing California… more »

Turkey Hunting in Georgia

Georgia Turkey Forecast for 2016

by John Trussell 0

The hunter thought he had done everything right. Up well before daylight, he walked into woods he knew well without… more »

Turkey Hunting in Washington/Oregon

Washington and Oregon Turkey Forecast for 2016

by Terry Sheely 0

Washington hunters bag nearly 5,000 Merriam’s and Rio Grande turkeys a year. An experiment to establish Eastern subspecies has pretty much… more »

Turkey Hunting in Pennsylvania

Tennessee Turkey Forecast for 2016

by Paul Moore 0

Dogwoods are blooming and countless early morning gobbles are resonating throughout the hills and bottomlands. That can mean only one… more »

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