Turkey Hunting


Gobble, gobble, y’all. What makes Realtree.com the best online resource for turkey hunters? Spring and fall. Bow and shotgun. Calls and decoys. We cover all things turkey, right here.


 Editorial
  • Grand Slam Gobbler ID Guide

    Each of the four Grand Slam turkey subspecies looks, acts and hunts a little differently. Knowing those differences going in will make you more successful. Experiencing them firsthand is what makes a Grand Slam so special.

  • How To Fill Your Turkey Tag in 5 Days

    I'm not from The South. If you need any physical evidence of such, you need to simply grab a plane ticket and head to my place in Michigan. Or Wisconsin. Or Maine. It's “spring” here. But it's fairly hard to know that without looking at a calendar. It's still cold...


 Blogs
  • Late, Great Northern New England Spring Turkey Hunting

    Maine. New Hampshire. Vermont. By definition, that's northern New England. Sure, southern New England has some pretty good turkey hunting, too, but I’m a little stuck in my ways. For me, the northern corridor pulls me in. I hunt all three states for turkeys and have for decades. Why should...

  • NWTF Confirms New World Record Turkey Killed in Kentucky

    As reported by multiple sources, David Cody Guess has killed one big turkey. The National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) has officially confirmed the spring gobbler's weight at 37.6 pounds. Shot April 21, 2015 on his Lyon County family farm, it's the heaviest turkey ever registered. The second and third biggest...


 Galleries

  • Turkey Hunting Nation

    Turkey populations. Public land acreage. License fees. And an overall hunting grade. New state profiles posted every day of the season.

  • Strut Report

    Spring is finally here, and the turkeys are finally gobbling. Tell us what the toms are doing in your area, and keep tabs on gobbling and strutting activity all across the country with the Realtree Strut Report.

  • The Gobbler Guide

    A step-by-step guide to help you work your way through a classic spring turkey hunt. From roost to strut to boom.