Learn to Hunt

Friction Calling Tips

Three of the most decorated Grand National Calling Championship callers in the friction division share their call preferences. Bobby Woods, Matt Van Cise and Pat Strawser talk about slate, aluminum and glass pot calls and even highlight running a box call.

Gun Fitting

Rhett Simmons, manager of the Palmetto Shooting Complex, talks about key things to look for when fitting a gun to a new hunter or recreational shooter.

Trumpet Tactics

Mark Prudhomme breaks down step by step his secret to working gobblers close and tight with a trumpet call.

Calling Softly

Preston Pittman discusses the importance of being able to call softly to wary gobblers.

Choosing Ammo

It is important to choose the best ammunition for the type of recreation shooting you will be doing. Rhett Simmons, manager of the Palmetto Shooting Complex, discusses the best options to look for whether shooting skeet, trap or sporting clays.

Breaking down a Wild Turkey

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.

Avoiding Mistakes

NWTF member, Nate Hosie shares his best secret for avoiding mistakes while in the spring woods.


Red Dot Scope Tips

Eddie Salter tells us why he prefers using a Red Dot scope for turkey hunting.


Windy Day Tips

Matt Morrett reminds hunters you can still find turkeys even when the wind picks up and weather isn’t as ideal for hunting.


Calling with Inflection

Cuz Strickland talks about calling wild turkeys and making sure to call with inflection.


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