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Two-Tone Turkeys: Mike Stroff shows how he tag teams between a diaphragm call and a slate to produce two distinct sound signatures.
Updated: September 11, 2020


In the turkey world, toms expect hens to come to them not the other way around. So, pulling an old hook-spurred gobbler into range is all about creating the illusion that you're a hen he simply can't risk losing. And sometimes, the best way to do that is to sound like multiple hens. "Savage Outdoors" host Mike Stroff shows how he tag teams between a diaphragm call and a slate to produce two distinct sound signatures. Will he bring the big Rio into range?
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After 20 years of turkey hunting, I can assure you the old adage of “roosted ain’t roasted” is still alive and well. However, if you want to transform from a casual turkey hunter into a consistent turkey killer, roosting gobblers is entirely critical.
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How to Hunt Deer During the Rut: Will Primos shares tips on how to hunt pre-rut, rut and post-rut.
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Harvesting Wild Game: Mike Stroff explains why providing meat for his family is so important to him.
→ September 14
How to Sight In a Rifle: A solid sight-in is the foundation of accurate, consistent shooting.