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Whether you hunt turkey in the spring or fall let Ontario OUT of DOORS help you fill your tags with expert tips and tricks.
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Fall wild turkeys are not the hormone-driven lovebirds of spring. To get your fall bird, you have to find foods like these where you hunt.
With expanding turkey-hunting opportunities, a growing population of birds, and the recent opening of new seasons and WMUs... Here's more tips for turkey...
Many wild turkeys found to be resistant to the West Nile Virus via a survey funded by the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (OFAH).
OOD's food editor, Andrew Rochon, gives a first-hand account of the two days he spent hunting wild turkey in Lanark County.
We asked three seasoned Ontario turkey hunters to share their best advice for the 2019 season. Here's what they had to say.
Soon-to-be-married Susan McClean and Derek Hudson received an early wedding present when she harvested a potential record-size wild turkey near Fenelon Falls on May 26.
As the number of wild turkeys in Ontario continues to increase it brings with it a new question. Are there diseases that could spread and deplete their numbers? So far they proving to be a hardy species.
In the hilly part of the Canadian Shield where I hunt turkeys, one of the most common scenarios begins with a gobbler sounding off on a ridge top.