On this hunt Chance heads back down to the public land unit where they had a couple close encounters with some public land longbeards just a few days prior. The toms were gobbling all morning and Chance has a couple close encounters with some public land Nebraska longbeards. Can he seal the deal? Watch and find out.
After an exciting public land turkey hunt in Nebraska with lots of close encounters and many gobbling toms Chance discusses the tactics he used on the hunt and what his plans are for a more successful hunt later on. Lots of good public land turkey hunting tactics and tips! Be sure to watch the hunt that Chance is talking about. Link at the end of the video.
On this hunt, Chance heads to the southwest public land unit. Derek Adkins comes along as he tries to harvest his first turkey ever. The morning starts slow, with very few turkeys gobbling. They head to a new piece of public land for a mid-day turkey hunt and their luck changes as the turkeys start gobbling and the action heats up.
One of the most challenging turkey hunting situations on public land and private land is henned-up toms. It can be almost impossible to call a tom away from his hens. So how do you hunt a henned-up gobbler? In this video we give you 3 quick tips to help you get your turkey this spring.
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