Every spring, millions of hunters take to the fields and forests in search of wild turkeys. While some hunters are successful in bagging their bird, many come home empty-handed. This book was written to help hunters locate and harvest mature gobblers. In these pages, author Gary Clancy explains the proven tips and techniques of the best wild turkey hunters in the country. The list of contributors for this book reads like a qwho's whoq in the turkey world: Mark Drury, David Hale, Harold Knight, and Walter Parrot to name a few. These experts share their secrets for hunting gobblers on public land, in open spaces, during rainy and windy weather, and other special situations that often cause problems for turkey hunters. This book also shows the hunter how to best handle the meat and feathers from a trophy bird after a successful hunt.'aquot;I just pop a call into my mouth, roll it around and get it good and wet with saliva before I call to a turkey. ... is obviously not affected by moisture (saliva on the reeds actually enhances the sound), the call is the best choice for a rainy day.
|Title||:||Advanced Turkey Hunting|
|Publisher||:||Creative Publishing International - 2003-02-01|