By this time of the year, we are all well into the full swing of summer fishing. Dealing with hot weather, bugs, thunder storms and anything else that dear Mother Nature dishes out. This all makes it the lazy days of summer.
It's the opening day of the season and the pressure is on. The exploding popularity of turkey hunting has resulted in an increasing amount of pressure on birds not sheltered by posted property. Specifically, public land turkeys quickly earn masters degrees in hunter avoidance.
As a prostaff member for Primos Hunting Calls I spend a lot of time conducting seminars, and working booths at local and regional outdoor shows. During these activities one of the most common questions I hear is "How close should I get to a turkey before calling?"
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