Each turkey season you strive for limb-hanger toms. But what can you do with those wicked hooks you’ve collected? Learn the simple steps for making your spurs into works of art.
I wrapped filming for all episodes of season two for Extreme Pursuits on Friday night, but I had to take one break over the noon hour and set up a blind for my son to hunt turkeys out of on Saturday morning.
Ninety-nine percent of the season two of "Extreme Pursuits" is in the can, but it's nearly impossible to shoot the extra tips when we're running hard during hunting season.
Congratulations are in order for the historic event that occurred over the weekend.
My friend Darren Bahnson swung out to Wyoming from his home in South Dakota to give elk shed hunting a whirl. The weather was lousy for the first day with a nasty snowstorm blanketing the landscape so to pass the time he helped me hang a moose head on the wall
The plan was to get a turkey hunt in on Good Friday before the Easter weekend kicked off in earnest, but Wyoming's weather put a halt to that plan.
I hope this blog doesn't bore you, but the oddity of it was so unique I thought it would be worth a few words.
See what options are available for bringing movement to your turkey decoys.
Severe thunderstorms, tornadoes, winter storm warnings; it sounds like the elements that win Weather Channel forecaster's daytime Emmys. Unfortunately it's what you and I have been dealt for a spring turkey season.
Are you tired of hearing about government overspending, government shutdowns and the lack of compromise? You and I have to live within a budget, so why can't the government get that through their thick heads?