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H.S. Pro Staff: This can be a tough question with many variables. We will try to help and give it our best shot. First, if
H.S. Pro Staff: Yes, turkeys will cutt in the fall. It is more of a dominance call. Kee-kees are a good call to use to
I have been getting good at using my diaphragm, however I call in more hunters with it than elk. My question is, how in the world do you tell the difference between an actual elk calling you back or a hunter who is also good with a bugle?
J.R. Keller’s reply: Sounds like you have become pretty handy with a diaphragm call. Over the past couple of years I have had good luck
I have a question about turkey hunting. When you go scouting in the pre-season and you hear a bird gobble should you go to that location to get a look at the bird or lay off until the season starts and then go back to that location?
Rick White’s reply: You should make a mental note of where the bird was roosted and go back to that area once season opens. Don’t
I am looking into buying a new shotgun for turkey and waterfowl. What would be the best choice for both?
J.R. Keller’s reply: I would choose a Benelli Super Black Eagle. It works well for both turkey and waterfowl hunting.
Gerald Stewart’s reply: Calling hogs sight unseen can be hit or miss unless you are in an area hogs are known to be at various