This old buck already has great development for late June. He is well ahead of his peers and will be a wide 8 or 10 come fall time.
We saw this buck at 8 am but could not get a shot at him. After tracking him through the snow for 6 hours we finally found him again and shot him at 25 yards with a slug.
We saw this tom in a field near a known dusting location. Chris snuck along the low creek bed to get into position. When the tom came close he made a great shot on this 3 year old bird.
Sebastian and Anthony made a great 30 yard stalk up behind a big rock. Anthony used the rock as a shooting platform and made a perfect broadside heart shot to fill his antlerless permit.
Turnips are a favorite fall treat for deer
Buck with only 1/2 tail taken during the rut at 12 yds
Joel followed these toms tracks in two inches of snow and made a perfect stalk on the flock of six birds as they fed on acorns. After an hour he had them within 30 yds.
After Joel shot his two fall toms we still were able to call another one in, and Max shot him at 30 yds.
Doubling up on some farm toms- fall 2012.
Double handed fall toms-Blake shot one bird righty and the second one lefty in the span of about 5 minutes!
You can cover gound quickly and quietly on the mtn. bike.
May 1, 2009 Catskill Mountains
Fall flock of turkeys
Okanogan National Forest, WA 2011 Opening day
Mtn bike turkey hunt- Okanogan Natianal Forest 2010