The restoration of the wild turkey is one of Georgia’s great conservation success stories.
In this war against “radical Islamic terrorism,” who is the real ally: Erdogan, who has been aiding and abetting Islamic jihadists in Syria, or Putin, who has been bombing them?
When Saddam fell, we got civil war, ISIS in Anbar, and a fractured and failed state with hundreds dying every week. Now Syria, and know one knows with certitude who rises if Assad falls…
The turks are all in but our enemies are al-Qaida, which slaughtered 3,000 of our people, and its progeny. Our enemies are ISIS, which has beheaded Americans, and threatens us, our allies and friends.
The Mentored Youth Hunting Program was established in 2006 to give children 11 and younger the opportunity to experience hunting in a tightly controlled setting.
If the Islamic State, as Ankara’s inaction testifies, is not viewed as a threat to Turkey’s vital interests, how can it be a threat to ours???
Hunters have through Feb. 13 to apply online for Unit 4 Spring Turkey Permits.
The Department of Natural Resources today announced that spring turkey hunting applications are now on sale through Saturday, Feb 1. The 2015 spring turkey season runs April 20 through May 31,
Sit back and enjoy two minutes of turkey antics with this flock hanging around a ranch field in Donley County, just south of McLean.
The DNREC is currently seeking out volunteers who can report any sightings of wild turkeys for the upcoming 2014 Turkey Brood Survey.
Preliminary harvest figures for the 2014 spring gobbler season indicate West Virginia hunters checked in 9,017 bearded turkeys, according to Curtis I. Taylor.
Whether you like brining your bird, roasting, making jerky or sausage, Hi Mountain has the perfect product for you.
The NJDEP Division of Fish and Wildlife reminds hunters that the 2014 Spring Wild Turkey Hunting Season opens Monday, April 21, and runs for five weeks.
It’s the time of year for planting spring food plots and one way to ensure a successful crop is proper seed bed preparation.
Kevin Faver of St. Augustine, Florida is the Mossy Oak Turkey/Whitetail Regional Pro Staff Manager for Florida. In this video Kevin shares how he scouts for the Osceola Turkey in Florida.
Perry Peterson gives advice on some common mistakes that turkey hunters make. Watching this video may help you avoid a mistake that could cost you a successful hunt.
Mossy Oak Pro Staff Tracy Groves goes over some of the steps to take when you dont hear a turkey gobble on the roost. Tracy talks about the importance of scouting and being patient in the turkey woods.
Hunter’s Specialties new Dead Strut turkey targets add a bit of fun to gun patterning sessions.