How to Sit to a Turkey
There are many intricacies involved in a successful turkey hunt. Calling, camouflage, the right gun and ammunition all contribute to putting a gobbler on your shoulder for the walk back to the truck. One thing that is often overlooked is how you sit to a turkey. By sit to a turkey, I mean how and where your butt hits the ground.
The following are common circumstances turkey hunters encounter regularly. The direction or angle you face to the anticipated approach of the gobbler is vital to success. These tips are for right-handed shooters. These are opposite for left-handed shooters. These will help you cover more angles of approach and eliminate obstacles that stand between you and a successful hunt.
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