Hunt Out Of Your Comfort Zone For Eastern Turkeys Lead

Hunt Out of Your Comfort Zone for Eastern Turkeys

Eastern wild turkeys, found in 38 states, are our most widely distributed subspecies of wild turkeys—and also perhaps the most confounding bird to hunt. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Try these tactics to avoid frustration.

Turkey Hunting with a Red Dot: Leupold’s DeltaPoint Pro

Turkey hunters looking for a reliable red dot for their turkey gun need look no further than the DeltaPoint Pro. It is compact, lightweight and features a wide field of view, motion sensor technology to conserve battery and multiple brightness settings.

A Guide to the Big Woods

Maine’s Matt Whitegiver has guided hunters for more than 40 years. Today, he lives to guide Special Operations veterans to Big Woods adventure—and perhaps a path back to peace.

Rig’Em Right Releases HydeOut Series of Groundblinds

HydeOut, by Rig'Em Right, showcases the first ground blind ever available in Gore Optifade Concealment patterns.

New for 2022: ALPS OutdoorZ Impulse Hunting Pack

Featuring a fleece exterior and a suede fabric interior, the Impulse will keep your movements quiet when reaching for your favorite deer call or adding that extra layer on a crisp fall day.

First Look: Nomad Bull Lounger Turkey Vest

Extra calls? Check. Ammo? Check. Gloves, mask, water bottle, maybe a lightweight decoy? Check. The Nomad Bull Lounger turkey vest can carry them all.

First Look: DSG Outerwear Breanna 2.0 Fleece Camo Pullover

DSG Outerwear has introduced the Breanna 2.0 Fleece Camo Pullovera versatile piece that provides the sort of field-proven performance features female hunters have asked for.

Range Tested: Savage 110 PCS

Contributor Frank Melloni puts the Savage 110 PCS through its paces at the range, in preparation for a fall afield.

Black Bear Magic

Leave the tourists behind in Maine to find an adventure Downeast.

Gun Sight Solutions for Aging Eyes

What makes an open-sighted handgun most attractive is how easy it is to carry and how quickly it may be pressed into action. However, as hunters age we usually fall victim to presbyopia and struggle to focus on near objects, making it difficult to focus on the front sight of a handgun. Here’s what the author’s learned as he’s aged and discovered solutions to the problem.

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