Whether you hunt turkey in the spring or fall let Ontario OUT of DOORS help you fill your tags with expert tips and tricks.
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.
Calling in a boisterous gobbler in full strut is a thrilling dimension of the hunt and it’s not a secret art. With a bit of practice on a box call, mouth call, or pot-and-peg call, you can be talking turkey.
Are pressured turkeys smarter than others? A study out of the University of Georgia determined that hunters have an effect on turkey behaviour.
Whether or not turkey season is around the corner it's always a good time to brush up on your knowledge. So step up and let's see how prepared you are for the coming season.
Hunting turkeys in the fall is a different game... Trail cameras can be part of the solution...
We were set up by 5:05 a.m. Brandon barely finished his first strike on the slate call when the tom sounded off, loudly, not even 60-yards away.
Frank Dunlop of County Outfitters has five turkeys in the OFAH Wild Turkey Registry. I hope to tap into his expertise and harvest a real limb hanger...