Mark Prudhomme breaks down step by step his secret to working gobblers close and tight with a trumpet call.
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2 years ago
Once you have bagged a spring gobbler, the true work sets in. It is now time to break down the bird to get incredible table fare and also possibly preserve parts of the bird as mementos from the hunt. Josh Dahlke of The Hunger guides you through the entire process.
3 years ago
The diaphragm call is one of the most versatile calls you can tote into the turkey woods, but it also can be one of the more difficult to learn to use. In this episode of the NWTF’s “Learn to Call” series, learn about fitting and mouth placement of the call, as well as how to make basic turkey sounds.