Turkey hunting might seem as though it would be simple enough. However, it’s actually more difficult than you might think. To enjoy a successful turkey hunt, you need to spend some time scouting the area in which you’re going to be hunting ahead of time. What’s more, you should keep a close out for where turkeys are roosting at in the area as well as what time they feed most days. By doing this, you’ll know where you have to set up shop once your turkey hunt actually begins. Here are several other tips that’ll make your next turkey hunt a success.
Work on your turkey calls before your turkey hunt.
If you’re not an expert when it comes to turkey calls, you’re often going to have a tough time when you go out on turkey hunts. You can give yourself a huge advantage during turkey hunts when you have your different calls down and can pretty much do them in your sleep. Work on your turkey calls in the weeks leading up to a turkey hunt until you feel very confident using them.
Practice taking shots at turkeys from different angles.
When you’re taking aim at a turkey, you’re usually going to be taking cover at the same time. This can force you to take shots from strange angles at times. It’s good to have experience shooting from as many different angles as you can. It’s also good to practice shots while you’re standing, kneeling, laying down, and more. It’ll benefit you in a big way when you’re out hunting turkeys.
Rely on a turkey hunting guide for help.
Do you want to ensure a turkey hunt is as successful as possible? If yes, go on a guided turkey hunt rather than going out on your own. A guide will put you in the best position to get off a high-quality shot at a turkey during a hunt. You simply can’t guarantee that’s going to happen when you’re out hunting turkeys without a guide to help.
Are you looking to go on a turkey hunting adventure soon? Tioga Boar Hunting can help you make the most of a wild turkey hunting trip when you come and visit us. Call us at 570-835-5341 to book a guided turkey hunt on our ranch.