Clay walks through a simple DIY process for preparing and mounting a turkey cape.
A wild turkey's feathers rival nature's finest works of art. They're beautiful. Typically, hunters save a gobbler's fan, beard, and spurs, but in this video I'll show you how to make a turkey cape mount. It will display all the beautiful parts of the turkey and look great on your wall. All you'll need is a gobbler, a sharp knife, some borax, and a bit of plywood.
Today on the show I’m joined by Arkansas hunter, content creator, and modern mountain man philosopher Clay Newcomb to discuss southern deer hunting, Canadian bucks, and bears. Topics discussed: Who is Clay Newcomb How Clay thinks about the sacredness of hunting The trials and tribulations of raising children in a hunting family Mistakes or regrets raising kids to hunt Introducing kids to discomfort What inspired Clay to understand our history as...
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