Pre-season scouting is the most important part of turkey hunting. Scout several different areas to avoid conflict with other hunters.

  • Practice your turkey calling diligently.
  • Pattern your shotgun on a life-sized target to know your effective killing range.
  • Do not walk in on another hunter who is "working" a bird. Repeated gobbling is often a sign of a hunter working a bird.
  • If bow hunting, use a string-tracker to aid in retrieving crippled birds.
  • Be patient when calling, give each set up 30-45 minutes, as birds sometimes come in silently.
  • Don't wear red, white or blue clothing. The same colors as a gobbler's head, they may draw a hunter's fire.
  • Attempting to stalk the "gobbler" is not only dangerous, it is also interfering with the caller.

 

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