Preliminary data on the state DNR website shows hunters killed 38,886 wild turkeys, about 4,500 fewer than last year.
Has Wisconsin’s change to electronic registration resulted in lower reporting by deer and turkey hunters?
Using a blind is not a guarantee for bagging a gobbler, but at least hunters get to spend some time in the woods.
Turkey hunters found errors in the dates listed for 2018 spring turkey seasons as they went through the online purchasing process.
Pare down your selection for this spring hunting season to maximize your gobbler conversations.
There may be more truth in an off-the-cuff comment by a Midwestern turkey hunting guide who said he could help anyone be a better turkey hunter with three simple recommendations. Get a blind. Use a decoy. Set up where turkeys…
Boost your gobbler-hunting odds this spring by splurging on a quality fake wild turkey decoy.
Scenes from the recent National Wild Turkey Federation annual convention and sport show at the Gaylord Opryland Resort in Nashville, Tenn.
Convention open to the public; habitat information available to landowners that day.
The season would be separate from the fall hunt and open to all gun deer hunters.
New Wisconsin state budget eliminates carcass tags for deer and turkeys, registration of Canada geese
Motorists may now pick up road-killed turkeys with DNR authorization.
Harvest more turkeys with these simple hunting tips and tactics
Get close, but not too close while scouting for turkeys.
Funds derived from the sale of these stamps contribute to restoration and management efforts on thousands of acres of important wildlife habitat.
The latest in turkey loads: Tungsten Super Shot a hand-loader’s dream and a nightmare for longbeards
Spring gobbler hunters always seem to be tweaking something, whether it’s their various call lineup, camo patterns or, especially, shotgun loads to deliver the best pattern possible when the moment of truth arrives.
Wisconsin’s fall turkey season opens Saturday, Sept. 17
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Spring turkey hunters killed 45,496 birds this year, according to preliminary information compiled by the DNR.
Preliminary spring kill up 11 percent from 2015
Kelly Gabrielsson, of Burnett County, bagged a rusty red and white gobbler April 23, during Wisconsin’s second turkey hunting period.
It’s the perfect hunt on the perfect spring morning. The gobbler responds off the roost, and he’s coming. Your setup is ideal.
Editor's note: This news story by Tim Eisele appears in our print version of the March 18 issue. All content for this story was filed prior to March 11.
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