Do you recall a time when you were out hunting and everything went exactly as planned? In my 11 years of hunting, I can think of only a handful of times that everything fell into place perfectly. That doesn't mean that my other hunting experiences were bad. On the contrary. It's the unexpected moments in the woods that keeps things interesting and makes you evolve as a hunter.
On opening weekend of the 2017 Missouri Turkey season, something unexpected happened during my hun
Opening day of 2013 turkey season in Missouri had finally come. On this hunt I let my friend Nikki tag along with me, her first ever turkey hunt! (Yes our husbands stayed home in bed!) We got all of our gear together & headed to my hunting property down the road. The sun was starting to come up by the time we made it to our property & turkeys were gobbling all around us so we hurried to get to the blind. My blind was set up on the edge of a small pocket field in the woods tha
Ingredients: 2 skinless and boneless turkey breasts 1 cup of milk 1 egg 1 1/4 cups of flour 2 TBSP powdered sugar 2 tsp salt 1 tsp pepper Peanut or canola oil Directions: In a medium bowl whisk the egg and stir in milk. Trim away any fat from turkey. Cube turkey into bite size pieces. Place turkey in milk mixture and cover. Let the turkey marinated for 2-4 hours in refrigerator. This will make the turkey tender. In a gallon size resealable bag combine flour, powdered sugar, s
In the past I was always a little hesitant to get into turkey hunting. There are so many different calls and I didn't feel confident that I would be able to call one in. I have used slate calls to successfully call in turkeys but I was so excited when I found the Bombshell by Primos. It is by far the easiest and best sounding call that I have used. It is a push/pull hen turkey call that yelps, cuts, and purrs just by pushing or tapping the rail. Push the rail to yelp, tap it