Kansas Turkey Hunt Plus How To Remove The Turkey Breast

This week from www.GrowingDeer.tv: Pro-staffers Heath and Lindsey Martin hunt wild turkeys in Kansas and pull off a double. Watch Lindsey absolutely thump a gobbler and her GoPro! (see mark :46 to 4:40) Then, Grant shows super easy tips on how he removes the turkey breast. (see 5:54 – 10:20) Sandwiched between the hunt and the removal of the meat is a short segment where Adam shares the next step with a new food plot. (see mark 4:41 to 5:45)
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Pennsylvania Deer with a Crossbow

Keith is hunting for Whitetail Deer in Pennsylvania with his Crossbow. http://highroadhunting.com

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Bowhunt or Die Season 05 Episode 02 – Toms Take Two

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The turkey season is in full swing and the Bowhunt or Die crew are back at it. Join us as we catch up with team members around the country and the gobblers start hitting the ground. As always the best bowhunting video action is right here on Bowhunt or Die!

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Stuck N The Rut presents archery caribou. Travis and Tom Schneider make their way to a DIY archery caribou hunt in Alaska. For those who don’t know about Stuck N The Rut, this is what we are all about. This is a family owned business, we work about eight months out of the year, and hunt four months. We are all about the hunting adventures. Our main objective is to find ways to hunt without using outfitters. This takes lots of research on where you are allowed to hunt without paying guide fees, as well as studying maps and hunting regulation. Hard work pays off. This bowhunting Stuck N The Rut adventure takes place on a drive to the Arctic Circle. We hit the migration herds of caribou at the right time of the year. Episode 4 brings the Caribou hunt for Tom Schneider. Enjoy the video.

Recurve Bow Turkey Hunt

Turkey hunt on 16 April 2014 on the property of a summer camp in Transylvania County, NC. Temp 26 F. Wind moderate from the west (directly toward the blind). In the field are two decoys, a jake on the left and a large hen on the right. Tom turkey approached from behind the camera, which is exactly the direction I least expected one to be coming from!

I was controlling my GoPro with my cell phone (iPhone 5 with the GoPro app).

Just after sunup I heard one gobble in answer to my yelp call (H.S. Strut “Double D” diaphragm call). He didn’t answer again for a long time, and I had about decided that he was heading in the opposite direction. In the meantime, I had gotten a bit choked on the call and spit it out to keep from coughing, and it fell down inside my shirt. For a long time I debated on whether to move around enough to fish the call out of my suit. Finally I decided to go ahead and do it, with the least amount of movement I could manage. About that time he gobbled again, this time much closer. At 1:11 I have just heard him gobble again, switched the camera back on, and then realized that my suit was still unzipped and I was getting chilled, so I risked the movement and zipped it back up. Another long period of silence, so I switched the camera off to save the battery. After just a few minutes he gobbled again, just behind the camera. I switched the camera back on, he gobbled again (this time while the camera was rolling at 1:36) and I began to hear him drumming directly behind me. Pretty soon I could hear him walking through the dry leaves (turn up your volume at 2:00 and you can hear drumming and leaves crunching!). He passed just behind my tree as I fought to control my breathing and growing excitement. You can see my chest heaving as I went through the terminal phase of “buck fever”. LOL He finally came into view and you can see the rest as it unfolds in the video.

The arrow did not pass through the bird, much to my surprise as that arrow and broadhead combo zips through deer effortlessly. When I cleaned the tom I discovered that the 3-blade Snuffer head had cut straight through the thickest part of his left knee joint, gone through the chest wall, and stopped directly in the heart, which explains why he was down and dead in 4 seconds.

My first turkey with any kind of equipment, made even more special because I took it with my trusty Howatt recurve.

Awesome Weekend Turkey Hunting With The Girls: 2 Gobblers Down!

This week from www.GrowingDeer.tv: Watch as sisters Raleigh and Rae Woods turkey hunt and double down on a pair of long beards! Rae has two strutters come put on a show in the morning sun (from mark :48 to 5:14). Next, Raleigh’s slow morning turns hot when 3 hens join the decoys, then a bit later a lone gobbler comes in to check out the set-up. Watch to see the new Winchester Longbeard XR load in action! (5:19 to 9:59)

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