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.

  • 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.

  • The Realtree Turkey Guide: A Chart For Spring Success

    I remember the first wild turkey I ever saw. It was walking through a fallow field behind the house I grew up in. I was home for the weekend during my first year of college. At that point I was just minimally aware that wild turkeys were hunted, having seen...

  • Study Reveals Some People Produce a Natural Mosquito Repellent

    My best friend, my husband, and I were all eaten alive by mosquitos while backpacking in Glacier National Park a few years ago. We coated ourselves with repellent, but the mosquitos were relentless, covering our skin with hundreds of bites. My friend’s husband, Jeff, on the other hand, was left...

  • New Winchester Ammunition Pattern Board Web App

    Want to improve your ability to pattern Winchester turkey loads? Add this option to your preparation. The Winchester Pattern Board allows for gauge choice, choke constriction, shell length and pellet size. You can pattern distances from 10 to 70 yards. And over 2,700 trigger pulls will let you do this...


  • 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.