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 we’re back with our final bonus turkey hunting episode and we’re here with Andrew Johnson to break down the top six turkey vocalizations hunters need to be able to interpret and replicate. Topics discussed: How Andrew came to be involved with turkey hunting and turkey hunting media Why so many hunters have one-sided conversations with turkeys What the most important turkey vocalizations Why it’s important to understand what...
On today’s show, we’re joined by MeatEater’s Joe Ferronato to finally select the winner of the 2020 Great Hand Turkey Contest. In the interview portion of the show, we’re joined by Clay Newcomb to discuss his shooting a deer from a mule, his approach to quarantine, and a life fueled by family and the outdoors. Enjoy. Connect with Ben and MeatEater Ben on Instagram MeatEater on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube Shop MeatEater Merch