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Five [for] 5: NWTF’s R3 Outfitter Pilot Hunt 2

Travis Sumner takes first time hunter, Brad Brondsema, to The Country Lodge in southern Illinois and they are hosted by Matt Duffy on Brad’s very first turkey hunt after completing Illinois’ Learn To Hunt program

Peanut Butter and Jellyhead Sliders

Recipe: Peanut Butter & Jellyhead Wild Turkey Sliders
by Josh Dahlke | @thehungerofficial

Tossing meat on a metal grate over hot coals is as American as apple pie or a bucket of beer. Grilling might be your go-to cooking method for many a cut of meat, but failure is almost certain for those who try to grill wild turkey breasts.

Grilling wild game is a challenging pursuit. Five degrees of heat can mean the difference between succulent meat and something more closely resembling jerky. This slider recipe makes it a lot easier to get the desired result when you get the urge to thaw out a gobbler breast and fire up your grill. And even if you still manage to screw it up, the peanut butter and jelly will still make it go down without much regret.


1 wild turkey breast
Pepper jelly
Peanut butter
Pepper jack cheese
Small Hawaiian buns
Pineapple juice
1 tbsp. minced garlic
1 tbsp. minced rosemary
1/2 tbsp. ground coriander
1/2 tbsp. salt
1/2 tbsp. ground black pepper


  1. Mince garlic and rosemary.
  2. Manicure turkey meat to achieve smooth texture. Remove tendons and any other undesirable parts.
  3. Cut turkey meat into small steaks (approx. 4-6 inches wide)
  4. Pound out steaks with a meat tenderizer until 1/2-inch thick.
  5. Combine garlic, rosemary, salt, pepper, coriander, and turkey meat in pineapple juice bath.
  6. Mix thoroughly with hands and set aside to marinate for 2-4 hours.
  7. Remove turkey meat from marinade and cook over hot charcoal grill for approx. 1 minute per side.

Melt pepper jack cheese onto sliders at end of grilling cycle.

Plate sliders on Hawaiian buns. Top with peanut butter and pepper jelly.

These grilled wild turkey sliders pair well with homemade French fries. Here’s a bonus recipe for the fries:


3 large Russet potatoes
Peanut oil
Smoked paprika


  1. Slice raw potatoes lengthwise into fries of desired thickness.
  2. Soak sliced potatoes in water overnight to reduce starchiness. (This step isn’t crucial.)
  3. Place potatoes in 350-degree oven until visibly dry (approx. 10 minutes).
  4. Fry potatoes in hot peanut oil until golden in color.
  5. Remove fries from oil and set aside.
  6. Re-fry fries until golden brown and crispy.
  7. Optional: Coat fries with salt and smoked paprika.

NWTF TV Video Contest
Though the NWTF is about far more than just turkey hunting, we want to see your footage from this year’s turkey season. We are looking for the highs and the lows, taking new hunters in to the field or any other clips you feel embody our Save the Habitat. Save the Hunt. initiative and are worth sharing with NWTF nation. Submit your videos today for your chance to see your content on NWTF TV & NWTF social channels as well as win an NWTF prize pack!
Between now and July 31, we will collect videos in three digital short categories:
  • Less than one minute,
  • 1-5 minutes
  • Greater than 5 minutes
NWTF Video and digital staff will select and announce winners on August 8.

The Obsessed: Alabama Bottomland

On this episode of The Obsessed “Alabama Bottomland”, we follow Toxey Haas, Daniel Haas, Neill Haas and Chris Paradise as they chase Alabama Eastern wild turkeys on opening day.

A Mossy Oak Capture Production

Trap and Transfer efforts in North Carolina

Wild turkeys pose a strike risk for aircraft. So the NWTF partnered with NC Wildlife and the USDA to trap turkeys in Eastern North Carolina for restoration efforts in Eastern Texas.

Five [for] 5: Outfitter Pilot Hunt

Follow first-time turkey hunter and wild turkey biology student Ashley Lohr as she hunts with the Primos crew in central Georgia on an outfitter donated hunt by Robert Jenkins.

Five [for] 5: Waccamaw NWR

Waccamaw National Wildlife Refuge in South Carolina’s Lowcountry is a unique model of dedication to hunting and outdoor recreation.

Don’t Over Call

When you make that first call and that turkey cuts you off, that turkey is telling you he “wants to take a ride in your truck.” Eddie Salter goes through how to handle that roosted turkey that is gobbling to your calls.

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