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Melissa Bachman

Knowing the Maximum Distance of Your Turkey Gun


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Regardless of whether you’re shooting a shotgun, rifle, or a bow knowing your effective range is essential before you head out into the field to go hunting. As turkey season is quickly approaching, I highly recommend that all turkey hunters hit the range before heading out to the field.  Not only does this help people […]

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Melissa Bachman

Five Best Turkey Tips for Spring Success


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Spring turkey hunting is one of my most awaited times of the year. Everything is coming to life, and love is in the air…gobbler style. Sure I love all hunting, but after a long winter there is nothing better than getting back outside, seeing the signs of spring and hearing those gobbles! Over the years I’ve […]

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Nikki Boxler

The ABC’s of Turkey Hunting


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Turkey season is here! In my opinion, it is one of the most exciting forms of hunting. The interaction between hunter and turkey keeps the hunt engaging and fun. If you haven’t hunted for turkeys yet or are a beginner, you have come to the right place. However, I must warn you…once you hunt for […]

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Nikki Boxler

Tips That Will Improve Your Hunting Experience


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Without further adieu, here are a few tips and tricks that I have picked up on over the years that have been a game-changer for me. Most are little things that make a huge difference. Use shooting sticks to steady binoculars I learned this tip while elk hunting out West. We all know that it […]

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Melissa Bachman

How to Set-Up Your Shotgun to Take Turkey, Coyote and Pig on the Same Trip by Melissa Bachman


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At twenty yards I had a great pattern that I felt confident would easily take out a coyote.  Next, I switched over to the RazorBoar XT in 00 Buck.  I also shot this with a full choke and was happy with the results with very little modification. I love having a wide variety of guns, but sometimes […]

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Nikki Boxler

Spruce up Your Home With Some Wild Turkey Decor


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Step 1: Begin by tying the burlap ribbon into a bow; use the craft wire to tighten the bow and then fix the loops to your liking.  Step 2: Take the twigs and feathers and place their ends together – secure with electrical tape. When doing this, you’ll want to arrange the feathers behind the […]

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Melissa Bachman

Try the 20 for Late-Season Toms or Next Year’s Gobbler by Melissa Bachman


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I’m the type of person that likes to test the limits on both myself and my equipment so I know exactly what to expect in the field. This removes any guess work and also allows me to confidently take shots where I know the odds are in my favor. So, with the new 20-gauge loads […]

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