Hunting Turkeys: Cursed By Bad Weather Again!

In 2012, on opening day of the Missouri spring gobbler season I experienced one of the toughest weather days of turkey hunting I had ever seen. It had rained for three-straight days and the winds were gusting more than 40 miles per hour. And it wasn’t much better in 2013!


Three Forms Of Deer Hunting Stealth

To be a successful deer hunter, you need to be in the right place at the right time. Which means that in order to BE in the right place, you have to GET TO the right place. If you simply march in to your stand location, your chances of getting in undetected are slim. Instead, you need to SNEAK in, while paying close attention to three forms of stealth: 1. Visual Stealth; 2. Audible Stealth; and, 3. Olfactory Stealth

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