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Smoke that Tom: Turkey Hunting with a Muzzleloading Shotgun

There was a time when having an old longbeard thumb his nose at you from 50 yards meant you got to chase him the next day. But modern guns, custom choke tubes, and advanced loads have made turkey guns deadly even farther. But tell the truth: Doesn’t a small part...


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Tested: Turkey Hunting with the Federal Premium .410 TSS

Outwardly, the gun was nothing special. An old single-shot .410 with a loose action and decades of wear generates little interest from hunters or collectors. But the gun belonged to my grandfather, the man who taught me to shoot, walked with me through the dense woods bordering our farm, and...


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DIY Project: How to Make Turkey Beard and Spur Ropes

It’s the gobble that pulls us out there, but it’s the adrenaline rush that keeps us there. And it’s the sight of that magnificent bird, just before we set him to flopping, that makes the whole thing worthwhile. But after it’s all over with, we have things left over. What...


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Realtree 2019 Mother's Day Gift Guide

Mother's Day is just around the corner. You forgot? Again? That's OK. As always, we've got your back. We've selected a variety of Mother's Day gift ideas that are perfect for the outdoors-loving mama. Now you have no excuse for not finding her a gift she'll truly love this Mother's...


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5 Weird Ways to Kill a Turkey

I like change. I realize many people don’t. But being that I do, I like trying different methods of hunting. Over the years, enjoyment for trying different tactics has opened up doors to new ways of killing turkeys . And some of them might sound weird . All of that...


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Good Food Sources for Deer on Pine Plantations

Food is king in the world of deer hunting . And good habitat is a must. Healthy deer populations rely on it. Follow the words and advice listed here to increase the deer density where you hunt, or to maintain an already well-balanced herd.


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Tested: Four Killer Trail Cameras for Scouting Food Plots

Wireless trail cameras are arguably the most revolutionary scouting tool on the market today. For those who don’t want a cellular camera, don’t want to pay for and keep up with data plans, or don’t have enough service, traditional cameras are still effective, too. They just require a little more...


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7 Tips for an Awesome Turkey Mount

The taxidermy displays at the National Wild Turkey Federation Convention draw a crowd every year, for a reason. It’s a really safe bet that most turkey hunters appreciate a quality turkey mount, and some of the most detailed and lifelike turkey taxidermy ever produced can be found at that show...


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Déclassé Deer Camps: The Impending Death of Hunting’s Oldest Tradition

“Hey, Josh.” “Yessir?” “You understand what we’re doing here, son?” “Yessir.” At first, I didn’t understand. Understanding of things with true meaning never comes quickly. But as time went on, and I began to understand the magnanimous gift of the outdoors, a clear scope of hunting came into focus. Learning...


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6 Common Myths of Wild Turkey Behavior

With their position in the food chain, wild turkeys haven’t survived for millennia being careless and predictable. What makes turkey hunting fun and downright addictive is there are few hard and fast rules about wild turkey behavior. Regarding such, a veteran turkey hunting friend once commented, “Turkeys roost in trees...


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The 20 Best Photos You'll Ever See of the Wild Turkey Breeding Season

Action is nonstop in the turkey woods from late winter through early summer. Gobbler and hen flocks converge to settle their respective pecking orders, defend territories, court, breed, nest and just be turkeys. Learn every phase of the wild turkey’s spring breeding season on your hunting grounds. Use good ol’...


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How to Hunt Pressured Turkeys

Few game animals are tougher than a wild turkey that’s been pressured . They can give even the most seasoned longbeard killers fits. It’s just how things are. But one thing is for sure: Pressured turkeys are still killable turkeys. You just have to adapt your tactical approach to fit...


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