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    In the 1920’s, Louisville, Kentucky’s, Brown Hotel was a happening place. Nightly crowds of 1000 or more people weren’t uncommon for their famous evening dances. After fox trotting into the wee hours of the morning, the guests were understandably hungry. Chef Fred Schmidt soon grew tired of traditional bacon and...

  • What Is It?

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  • Turkey Hunting in Connecticut

    Yep, a "B" . . . here's why. Less hunting pressure, generous bag limits and public land opportunities make Connecticut a sleeper destination on the Turkey Hunting Nation map. The Nutmeg State offers the opportunity to hunt birds on both private and state land, with specific permits for each. Public...

  • Video: How to Use a Slate Turkey Call

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  • Turkey Hunting in Kentucky

    I first turkey hunted Kentucky in the late 1990s, riding the wave of the restoration effort for the big birds, and enjoying all the Bluegrass State had to offer. I filled both tags then, on hard-gobbling birds. My buds did, too. And so, I returned the next year, and did...

  • The College Student's Guide to Turkey Hunting

    Legs shake. Hands tremble. Your mind races wild. And it’s not even because of the chick in psychology class. No, it’s that longbeard gobbling every breath, no more than 60 yards away and just out of sight. He’s ripping your nervous system to shreds – particularly because you know that...

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    Delta Waterfowl helped bring new hunters into the fold this past season by awarding hundreds of youngsters with First-Duck Pins and certificates of recognition for taking their first waterfowl. Realtree is the Official Camo Conservation Partner of Delta Waterfowl, and the Presenting Sponsor of Delta’s First Hunt and First-Duck Pin...

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    Turkey Hunting: Cool Photos of Gobblers Fooled by Decoys

    Turkey decoys are all the rage. The designs are endless including mounted real birds, hardbody, softbody, photo-realistic, silk-screened and inflatables. Fakes are a key tool in a turkey hunter’s bag of tricks. They can deceive the wariest of wild turkeys. Some gobbler and hen fakes are so realistic that attacks...

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