turkey and turkey hunting

Turkey Hunting Decoy Strategies That Work All Season

Along with good calling and proper concealment, most turkey hunters agree that employing decoys is one of the most effective strategies for coaxing a gobbler within range. But decoying a fickle longbeard isn’t as simple putting out a phony bird or two and pulling the trigger. There’s a correct time, place...

Why Crossbows Are Your Best Turkey Hunting Tool

Thanks to the tremendous conservation efforts of wonder organizations such as the National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF), thousands of hunters across this great land prepare their arsenal for spring turkey hunting season. Growing in popularity, now more than ever, is taking to the green springtime woods to chase gobblers with the...

Remembering Ben Lee, a Genuine Turkey Hunting Icon

A select few people involved in the outdoors reach what is called “larger than life” status. Some achieve that level because of their hunting and/or fishing skills, philanthropy or contributions to education with a goal to ensure cherished outdoors traditions are available to future generations. One of those legendary figures was...

Mossy Oak Launches ‘The Obsessed’ Web Series

Mossy Oak Capture Digital Productions is proud to present an all-new digital mini-series titled “The Obsessed.” Throughout the year, “The Obsessed” will follow Mossy Oak, and the people that make up the Brand, on hunts around the country or right here in our own back yard. “The Obsessed” is the first...

Scout Turkeys Early or Be Disappointed Later

“It won’t be long… I can’t wait.” These are just a couple of the common expressions you’ll hear from turkey hunters at this time of year. And while they’re growing increasingly excited about the coming spring season, amazingly, most turkey hunters don’t start scouting until just prior to the season opener....

Good Luck for Hunters, Bad Luck for Gobblers

You’d be hard pressed to find a hunter who consistently kill mature longbeards who isn’t proficient with all of the various call types. These hunters know birds respond better to different sounding calls on different days, so they have an array of different calls in their vests for any given situation. Perhaps...