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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

Benelli Super Black Eagle 3 Turkey Edition Review

Matt Lindler, NWTF VP of Communications, tests out the Benelli Super Black Eagle 3 Turkey Edition in Mossy Oak Bottomland.

Westervelt Turkey School

Looking to get your Masters degree in turkey hunting? Westervelt Lodge is home to the longest running school of its kind in the country.

Reconnect with Outdoor Traditions on a National Wildlife Refuge

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service manages an unparalleled public lands network built with the help of generations of hunters and anglers called The National Wildlife Refuge System. Thanks to these recreational users these places will continue to be the wild support system both people and wildlife need to thrive.

Nearly 400 of the 560+ national wildlife refuges are open to hunting. Hunting has a rich history in the United States and is a valued tradition for many. Hunters promote habitat conservation and share an understanding of its importance with new generations. Visit

Fishing is as American as Huck Finn and apple pie, and as varied as the nation’s 21st-century demographic landscape. Over 300 national wildlife refuge are open to fishing. Visit

Marlin Watkins Behind the Brand

Legendary call maker Marlin Watkins has an extraordinary passion for building high quality friction calls. Follow along as he talks about designing a box call with “more turkey in it” then most. Zink’s Wicked Series.

Eastern Strut: Sleep Deprived At Closing Time

Brett Joy and friends take on gobblers in Vermont’s Green Mountain National Forest and the surrounding area to cork the bottle on another memorable turkey season.

A Scoutlook Original Series

Apple Wild Turkey Breakfast Sausage

Recipe: Smoky Apple Wild Turkey Breakfast Sausage
by Josh Dahlke | @thehungerofficial

One of the best parts about spring turkey camp is regrouping with your compadres after a morning hunt to share stories and bust a gut about sunrise shenanigans. This ritual is best conducted over a hearty breakfast.

Successful turkey hunters often forget that you can run your gobbler through a grinder. Lean, flavor-rich wild turkey meat—mixed with fatty pork and the right blend of seasonings—makes for primo sausage.

This breakfast sausage recipe will become a permanent fixture in your wild turkey cookbook. Combine it with my bonus recipe for French crepes, and drown the whole show in maple syrup to induce a big round of applause in turkey camp.

2 pounds cubed wild turkey breast
1 pound cubed pork trim/fat
1 diced large apple
1 diced medium white onion
1 tbsp. smoked Kosher salt
1 tbsp. fresh minced sage
1 tbsp. garlic powder
1 tsp. fennel seeds
1 tsp. ancho chili powder
1 tsp. red pepper flakes

1. Cube turkey and pork.
2. Mix dry seasonings.
3. Mince fresh sage and add to dry seasoning blend.
4. Dice onion and apple. Brown in lightly oiled skillet. Remove from heat and set aside to cool.
5. Assemble meat grinder. Put metal grinder components into freezer at least 1 hour before grinding; this makes for less mess and easier grinding.
6. Grind cubed turkey and pork together.
7. Add onion, apple, and seasoning blend to ground pork and turkey. Mix thoroughly by hand.
8. Run seasoned meat through grinder again. Catch finished sausage in a Ziploc bag.
9. Cool sausage in fridge overnight.
10. Form sausage into patties and cook in lightly oiled skillet over medium heat.

This wild turkey breakfast sausage goes great with fresh crepes and maple syrup. Here’s a bonus recipe for crepes:

4 eggs
1/2 stick melted butter
1 cup flour
1 3/4 cups milk
1/4 cup coffee liqueur
1/4 cup sugar
1/2 tsp. salt

1. Sift flour to remove chunks.
2. Whisk together eggs, butter, milk, and coffee liqueur.
3. Slowly whisk in sifted flour until mixture becomes consistency of heavy cream.
4. Add sugar and salt and whisk for even distribution.
5. Heat lightly oiled skillet to medium. Ladle crepe batter into pan, making sure to keep it very thin.
6. Flip crepe after approx. 20 seconds. Cook opposite side for another 15-20 seconds.
7. Remove from heat and serve with wild turkey breakfast sausage and maple syrup.

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