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 killer 3-pack including Steve Rinella's signature Jake Brake, Janis Putelis' signature Latvian Eagle and The MeatEater Loud & Clear.
Once this handcrafted pot call has been prepped and tuned, it will coax in the most call-shy turkeys in damn near any conditions.
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.
Used in conjunction with the Phantom Leafy Top, this balaclava takes your concealment to the next level in the turkey woods.
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...