Don't go.........it will become an obession, more so than hunting deers:thumb: and the first time you get one coming in on you and it changes its mind and goes another direction it will cause severe mental issues that will haunt you.
But get a box call, owl call and start practicing now. Box calls to me are the easiest to use. Pattern your gun, get a decoy, headnet, gloves, and a vest to tote it all around in and just go. Pretty much all there is to it. One of them things you just kinda learn as you go in the woods
Take all your money and throw it out the window while driving down the road.I have never been turkey hunting before, and I am planning on going this spring. What tips or suggestions would you give to a first timer?
:biggrin: :biggrin: :biggrin:Take all your money and throw it out the window while driving down the road.
Pound on your legs until you can't walk.
Beat on the shoulder that you mount your gun to until you can't move it.
Roll around in a briar patch until you are all cut up.
Don't go to sleep for about 3 days.
Now the most important part.
Find the nearest brick wall and bang your head on it about 8 or 10 times then go to the store and buy the biggest Butterball they have.
Congratulations; you just had a succesful turkey hunt.
Now go rest up so you can do it again tomorrow. :smack:
Hooks Custom Calls I think it is in batesville but am not sure. They make a sweet box call. They have a website but I am not sure of the web address.:biggrin: That's what they told me about duck hunting. I'm very lucky to have such an understanding and supportive wife. What kind of box call (brand) would you recommend?
Hooks Custom Calls I think it is in batesville but am not sure. They make a sweet box call. They have a website but I am not sure of the web address.