A typical spring turkey hunt might feature lightning, wind, or enough rain to drown a duck; but bad weather doesn’t mean bad hunting. Learn to analyze the conditions, determine how they will affect turkey behavior, and adjust your strategy.
Bad Weather Hunt
Do you think monofilament fishing line is worthless? Think again. According to professional angler Edwin Evers it still has a place in your bass fishing arsenal. Here’s why.
Mono Fishing Line
Learn how to use different spinnerbait blades to catch more fish. Kevin VanDam breaks down the specifics of willow leaf blades, Colorado blades, and Indiana blades to help you use the right blade in every situation.
Do your crankbaits veer off to the side or run crooked in the water column? Watch as Kevin VanDam explains how to tweak your lures so they present a more natural action and catch more fish this spring.
Super Tune Crankbaits
You’ve scouted the perfect location, practiced your turkey calling, and finally managed to get a mature Gobbler into range. Now what? Learn the importance of the right gear and shot placement for bringing home your bird.
Gear & Shot Placement
If the bass are on their beds don’t let low-visibility conditions keep you at home in yours. Just because you can’t see ‘em it doesn’t mean you can’t catch ‘em. Learn how Ott DeFoe targets these fish in less than favorable conditions.
Sight Fish Blindfolded
Spring turkey hunting is all about three things: location, location, location. If you can pinpoint the hangout of a big tom your odds of success go through the roof. Use these tips to track down the local gobbler and bring home a bird.
Locate a Gobbler
Find hunting and fishing links and phone numbers to licenses and regulation information in 50 states.
Hunt, Fish Information