You can take a horse to water, but you can’t make it drink. It’s a worn-out saying, but it also applies to novice hunters looking to join the turkey hunting family.
Learn to Hunt programs around the country are introducing new hunters to turkey hunting annually, and that must happen for our hunting heritage to survive. Eventually, though, these new hunters need to have a watering hole — in this case, land to hunt. Public hunting land is available in nearly every state, and the NWTF is doing conservation work to improve wild turkey habitat on these tracts of land. The 2018 Spring Hunt Guide provides you with all the useful information needed for turkey hunting in your state, plus public land recommendations from NWTF regional biologists. Each recommendation includes specifics on conservation-related work with wild turkeys, and other game animals, in mind
Read the full article at: https://www.nwtf.org Spring Turkey season is just around the corner. Follow the link to a State by State Guide for 2018 by the National Wild Turkey Federation.