Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Turkey Hunting Misc. Gear - Spring Gobbler Hunting Series

Welcome back to my Spring Gobbler Hunting Series.

In this video I discuss some of the gear that I have chosen to utilize for turkey hunting. This is subjective as you could obviously harvest a bird with more or less, but I think there is some good information in this video for someone new to turkey hunting.

I discuss the following: Camo, Pop-up Blinds/Ground Blinds, Front Cover Blinds, Decoys, Turkey Vests, Backpacks, GPS, Binoculars, Trail Cameras, Gun Rests, and more.

1st Spring Gobbler Ever 2013 - Turkey Hunting Series

Welcome back to my Spring Gobbler Hunting Series!

In this video I take you on a series of hunts as I successfully harvest my first spring gobbler in 2013. This is my first season actively hunting for turkey, and if you watch this series, I go through my progression learning how to hunt for turkey, learning about their calls and different gear associated with hunting them. For anyone who (like me) didn't grow up in a hunting family, its never too late to learn and its something that everyone can accomplish with a little hard work.

He wasn't any record setting turkey, but it was a fun hunt and exhilarating hunt, and its given me something to look forward to. I learned more in the two hours watching these birds than I could have learned in a month anywhere else.

***Update 11/2013... finally had time to update the tech issues with this vid and repost.

DIY How To Breast Out A Wild Turkey

In this video I show how anyone can breast out the meat from their own harvested turkey. This is a very easy and very clean process if done with care. Anyone can clean their own turkey out and avoid having to pay to have it cleaned or processed by a taxidermist. Breasting out a bird is very easy, this was the first time I ever tried, and I was able to get more than 95% of the meat.

DIY How To Make Your Own Turkey Cape Mount For Less Than $5

In this quick DIY video I show how to make a wild turkey cape mount for less than $5. It is a very simple process that allows your to preserve your turkey without having to pay exorbitant costs that you would have to pay to have a turkey processed by a taxidermist. This is a very simple process, my cape came out great in this video, and this was the first time I ever tried it!