Former Grand National Champion, Matt Morrett shares secrets on how he deals with stubborn late season gobblers.
Using a diaphragm call for turkey hunting is the easiest way to keep your hands on your shotgun and also minimize movement. With a little practice, it also is the call that can produce the widest range of turkey sounds. Move beyond basic yelps and clucks, and take your calling game to the next level with our guide on advanced mouth call techniques.
Pot calls with slate, aluminum, glass, copper and other friction surfaces are paired with a striker or peg to make turkey sounds. In this episode of the NWTF’s “Learn to Call” series, learn how to condition and hold the call to produce turkey sounds.
If you are just getting started in turkey hunting, a box call might be a good choice for a first call. The calls are fairly easy to master, but in this episode of NWTF’s “Learn to Call” series, we’ll start with the basics of holding the call and producing basic turkey sounds.
Will Primos, founder of Primos Hunting Calls, describes how his attitude in hunting turkey has changed over the years. He also gives a tip that will help you elevate your game.