Best Turkey Hunt Of The Year: Busted Beards In Kentucky


From www.GrowingDeer.tv: Four (4) Kentucky Long Beards Down with fast and furious turkey hunting action in this episode from hunts over at The Kentucky Proving. Watch as we take down trophy toms with long spurs and long beards! See the first bird drop at 4:00 then watch as the decoys get beat up by three angry and aggressive toms at 7:32. All this turkey hunting action and more in this episode!

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Bow Hunting Excitement: Big Nebraska Gobblers


From www.GrowingDeer.tv: An exciting episode this week to start our turkey season! Nebraska has an early archery-only turkey season. This was a great opportunity to try out my new Prime Impact bow. The episode kicks off with the timber management tip then at 07:05 the hunt begins! Stay tuned to see this big flock of Nebraska toms sorting out their dominance order along with some awesome video of the turkeys getting up close and personal for that final shot! Watch this episode to catch the excitement plus tips for an easy DIY timber management tool.

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Tennessee Turkey Hunting Opening Day “Doubled Up!”


Tennessee Turkey Hunting Opening Day “Doubled Up!”
Haston Farms brings us in close on opening weekend turkey season 2013. March 30th was the first warm day this spring and the thunder chickens were fired up! Walked in the woods at 6am with the first gobble at 6:05, we posted up with a duo of hen decoys along-side a lone jake. Turkey calls consisted of a H.S. Strut Ring Zone slate call and a Legends Outdoors Strictly Dirty mouth call. The men were carrying a Mossberg 935 with hevi shot magnum blend and a Remington 870 with hevi shot 6’s, both 3.5 inch well equipped for getting the job done.

Haston Farms is a Century Farm well versed in agricultural production for over 100 years, with a concentration in beef cattle production. Due to the management of Haston Farms many species of wildlife thrive and are seen to be abundant. Special thanks to Haston Farms for the unique opportunity of our opening day harvest.

Duck Hunting Mallards in North Dakota Corn Fields


Duck hunting in dry fields is all about adapting to changing weather conditions and where the ducks want to be. During our trip to North Dakota to hunt mallards with Muddy Dog Outdoors we experienced a wide variety of weather that forced us to always be adjusting our hunting locations. There were also large numbers of snow geese in the area that quickly depleted fresh food sources. Through our scouting we were able to locate fresh food sources that were being used by feeding flocks of mallards and the snow geese had yet to feed out.

Adapting in duck hunting can be be as drastic as changing setups from water sources to dry fields or as subtle as the way you are calling. To be successful you have to be willing to change things up. Don’t be set in your ways and pay attention during scouting and the hunt as to what the ducks are showing you.