Kansas' almost 46 million acres of farmland provide a plethora of food for the state's whitetail herd, a veritable yellow brick road paved in corn and wheat. Add to that available mast browse and relatively mild winters, and you've got the makings for big-racked bucks. Would all those factors coincide to put a giant in front of the author? Only time in a stand will tell.
Ted Jaycox of Tall Tine Outfitters discusses what it takes to hunt three of the most sought after turkey subspecies: the Osceola, the Gould's and the Ocellated.