Turkey Hunting in Wyoming: Tips?

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  • Casi's avatar

    Turkey are smarter than you think. It took me several years to finally tag one. I’m deaf so I cannot hear turkey far but can hear them up close. My way of hunting them is spot and stalk. Got 3 toms that way but I do get busted by them too many times. Lol. Some people use blind and call them. Best of luck to you. Don’t give up!

  • Mike's avatar

    Iv been successful in the Colorado and New Mexico mnts. Not sure about your terrain. But they love to roost in the dark timber side at the back end of canyons and usually come back to same area to roost. It’s best if you can get above them or at least on their level. I use two quick loud blast on a crow call to locate during they day and at roost. They are usually vocal and further than you think. They love box calls but don’t over call. Distance and direction can be tricky to determine bc of the terrain if your not used to it. Patience, binoculars and knowledge of land kills more birds than calling I believe

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