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Calling Tips for Eastern & Osceola Turkeys

How to strike up a gobbler in different regions can vary. When trying to locate an Eastern, start yelping and build into cuts to try and pull the gobble out of the tom. Keep the series brief so you can listen for the gobbler’s return call. Osceola turkeys are very similar. Begin with hard, aggressive yelps and cuts. For more information, check out the video below from World Champion Turkey Caller, Josh Grossenbacher.

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One Response to “Calling Tips for Eastern & Osceola Turkeys”

  1. Steven Ratterman

    Really cool tips! Hopefully all goes well this Turkey season. Working on my basic sequences day and night to get ready lol