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Turkey Hunting, Keep It Sexy
Although the title might have visions of scantily clad camouflage maidens serving you drumsticks, a la Henry the Eighth, dancing in your mind but this is really an article on how to keep turkey hunting simple and focusing on a Gobblers greatest weakness...sex.
If you believe everything you read, turkey hunting is really easy...not. The problem is that the old gobbler you're going after doesn't read the same articles as you, but he does think. That big bird has only one thing on his mind in the spring and that's the ladies. Keeping that one piece of information in mind can and will most often be key to getting that Tom.
hammering the call all morning because you think you should be making noise. Think of it this way, you're in a bar and see a really attractive women, she takes another sip of her drink, opens her mouth and turns into a raving lunatic. Flashbacks of "Fatal Attraction" go through your mind and you run the other way, out the door, across the parking lot, jump in your car locking the doors for safety. If that same woman took that same sip of her drink and then casually glanced over her shoulder making seductive eye contact with you...well now it's a different ball game. She just set the hook and is ready to start cranking.
A turkey hunter's arsenal is not the
gun and shells, it's the calls in their vest and having the ability to use them
confidently. There is no perfect call, but there is a call perfect for a given
situation. Be equipped...slate, glass, mouth and box calls will work at the
right time and place, some are better for attention getting and some are for
seduction. Practice, learn how to use them with confidence.
A good call makes a good caller better.
Call to get a bird's attention, call softly and seductively to kill the bird. Always remember that less is better than more when it comes to scoring on that Tom.
Keeping it sexy in the turkey woods can bring that big boy home with you.
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