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Tuesday, July 16th, 2024

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There’s plenty of ways to mess up on a spring gobbler; here’s what not to do

Making mistakes and learning from them is part of any form of hunting. But as Raykovicz explains, it doesn’t take much for things to go wrong during a spring turkey hunt. (Stock photo)

There are a lot of ways not to kill a turkey and I have discovered most of them. On the other hand, after more than 60 years of spring turkey hunting, I think I’ve become aware of the things not to do if you want to bring home a bird.
Others may disagree but I think spring turkey hunting has changed since back in the early 1970s.

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