The Georgia Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation recently honored Cpl. Johnny Ashe with the “Officer of the Year” award, announces the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division. Cpl. Ashe, a conservation ranger assigned to Dodge County, now also is eligible to receive the national award from the NWTF.
When handling firearms you should:
While decoys increase chances, they can also increase danger. Today’s decoys are very real looking and can draw fire from unknowing hunters.
NWTF’s Dress for Success Rules 1. Never wear bright colors, especially not red, white, blue or black because these are the colors of a wild turkey gobbler….
A safe turkey hunter, like a safe driver, is defensive minded.
Most of us would like to shoot the biggest, oldest gobbler on our property. The problem is that it can be hard to tell which gobbler this is until you actually have him in hand. Fortunately, there are a few clues that may give a turkey hunter an advantage in picking out the dominant tom.