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George Lynch: Top 5 Turkey Hunting Tips

Are you out to punch some turkey tags for the first time this spring? There's a lot to know and consider, so George Lynch is here with his top five tips on hunting gobblers.   First, always try to locate your gobblers. If possible, get out the day before your hunt. We call this "putting them to roost." Knowing where your birds are roosting the night before can assure one thing for certain - you know where they’ll be come morning. Second, calculate the approach. When hunting roosting birds, consider the wind and light. If you have wind, use it to your advantage. Stronger winds will enable you to move in closer to the gobblers from downwind without being heard. Winds blowing...

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Outdoors Dan Young: On Spring Turkey

Spring brings an excitement to me because chasing turkeys is right around the corner. I have had the honor of hunting with a bow for 30 years now. In those years I have crossed trails with a lot of game including deer, bear, elk, antelope. Then there is one other critter that has caused me more pain than any other - the wild turkey. If someone would tell me that I can only hunt one wild game species -  as much as I love chasing whitetails - I would have to choose those spitting, drumming, gobbling birds that get me really jacked up. In the last 30 years I have learned a lot of things. One of the first things I have...

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Lynch Mob Calls, a line of waterfowl calls manufactured in West Henrietta, NY, has partnered with the 9th Annual Yates County Youth Turkey Hunt taking place on Saturday, April 21st and Sunday, April 22nd by providing a donation of 30 Intimidator Series Aluminum turkey calls. Lynch Mob Calls’ founder, George Lynch, has been a long-time proponent of involving youth in the outdoors and hunting culture for decades, and has worked nation-wide to promote events such as the Yates County Youth Turkey Hunt. “There’s no better way to encourage our youth to enjoy the great outdoors and hunting culture than hosting events like these,” Lynch said. “Turkey hunting at the onset of the season is one of the most exciting times...

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