Gutting a turkey is an easy, in-field process. Janis runs through the steps in this simple video and saves the giblets for camp.
A limited-edition heirloom pot call made from a Kansas Black Walnut tree felled by Steven Rinella and Jason Phelps. This is a limited run product, each is stamped with a sequential number that marks the order in which it was finished.
This box pairs a beautiful purpleheart lid with a solid walnut body designed for creating raspy old hen sounds that will pull a wily old tom right into your lap.
A killer 3-pack including Steve Rinella's signature Jake Brake, Janis Putelis' signature Latvian Eagle and The MeatEater Loud & Clear.
Helps you disappear when you get close to your quarry.
The beauty of spring turkey hunting is that success can be achieved through multiple hunting styles. You can run-and-gun with a shotgun or set up shop in a hub-style blind with your bow. You can crawl around and bushwhack them, or put out a whole spread of decoys and only take the safety off when a gobbler struts in to put on a show. Or you can reap. Reaping is the act of crawling into a longbeard’s guard and popping up a fan or a decoy built...
The wingbone turkey call is a classic tool that’s as old as turkey hunting itself. These are a blast to make, fun to use, and most importantly, can help you kill a gobbler. Now that doesn’t mean I’ll be tossing out my Phelps Jake Brake or box call anytime soon. Using a crafted wingbone is like shooting traditional archery—there are far better options, but it still has its time and place. I prefer to use the wingbone to supplement my diaphragm. A...