Evening hunts, tactic change
I’m not a greatly experienced or greatly successful turkey hunter but I still love going out. I’ve always kept things simple. Either roost the birds or at least have a good idea where they are. Get in early and “click” at fly down and hopefully get to work a bird in. So far this season, due to work, a training trip to Georgia and our family vacation I’ve only hunted the first day and it was cut short due to wind and a cold 8 year old. I’m hoping to put some evenings in the late part of the season. I’ve never tried that before. I’m assuming I get close to where I think they will roost and call them in. What calling strategies are working for you guys and is there anything I’m missing. I’ll be doing this with my son in tow so I need to keep things pretty simple since He may also end up being the one behind the gun.