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Game & Fish 2015 Turkey Forecast

by Game & Fish Online Staff 0

After a long winter that probably left you with a wicked case of cabin fever, there’s no better feeling than… more »

Florida has one of the earliest turkey seasons available and is a required destination for a Grand Slam. Here are your best options for an Osceola.

Florida Turkey Forecast for 2015

by Bob McNally 0

In the late afternoon, a central Florida swamp can get a quiet and eerie look and feel about it. Mixed… more »

Iowa hunters will likely encounter lots of jakes this spring due to excellent reproduction last year.

Iowa Turkey Forecast for 2015

by Tim Ackarman 0

It’s good to be an Iowa kid in 2015. Youngsters have gotten the first crack at spring gobblers since 2005,… more »

Charles Brookhouser of Van Vleck successfully called in this gobbler, although from all the missing tail feathers it appears the tom had participated in more than one battle for a hen’s affection.

Texas Turkey Forecast for 2015

by Judy Bishop Jurek 0

The cool front arrived much colder than predicted. In fact, heavy frost covered the fresh spring greenery the South Texas… more »

Hunters who stick to it and put themselves in the right place at the right time should have a good chance to bag a gobbler in California this spring.

California Turkey Forecast for 2015

by John Higley 0

One good thing about turkey hunting in the Golden State is the normally mild weather throughout the spring months. True,… more »

The recruitment in 2012 and 2013 was down and that had a direct and dramatic impact on our statewide turkey harvest in 2014, and indications are that poor recruitment in recent years will also negatively impact the 2015 season.

South Carolina Turkey Forecast for 2015

by Terry Madewell 0

Turkey populations are cyclic. Their populations depend on the recruitment success, or lack thereof, of young turkeys into adulthood. According… more »

As the frost lessens and the buds begin to pop, turkey hunters start dreaming of outwitting a Cotton State gobbler.

Alabama Turkey Forecast for 2015

by John E. Phillips 0

There is something folks know about a turkey hunter who says he’s never missed a gobbler. Either he hasn’t been… more »

As leaves start to green and flowers begin to bloom, Volunteer State turkeys get fired up for mating season. Here’s where to find them.

Tennessee Turkey Forecast for 2015

by Bruce Ingram 0

“They’ll come when they want to come, they know there are ‘hens’ down here,” said Larry Proffitt, friend and turkey… more »

The New York Department of Environmental Conservation says over 100,000 turkey hunters participate in the spring hunting season and 65,000 hunters take to the field each fall in pursuit of this great game bird.

New York Turkey Forecast for 2015

by Stephen D. Carpenteri 0

The New York Department of Environmental Conservation says over 100,000 turkey hunters participate in the spring hunting season and 65,000… more »

There is some concern about turkey population in Pennsylvania, but there's still plenty of opportunity if you're willing to put in the work. Find out where to go for a trophy tom in Pennsylvania this spring.

Pennsylvania Turkey Forecast for 2015

by Mike Bleech 0

Many things can influence the wild turkey population in Pennsylvania. Poor mast crops the previous fall might put the birds… more »

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