With turkey season quickly approaching we’re getting excited and gearing up for one of our favorite times of the year.

As a reminder, at Feed Bandit we talk the basics of successful hunting to help weekend warriors like us get the most out of our budget and our precious time out in the field.

With that in mind we’re going to be reviewing some basic tips and skills you can refine to give you an advantage over those Thunder Chickens.

The early bird gets the worm and the earlier hunter gets the bird.

Turkeys wake up and start their day early so you should too. If you’ve been scouting you should have a good idea where they roost so arriving in area before them come down can give you a leg up on a tom.

You can set up ahead of time and be waiting for them.

Of course if you happen to have too much fun with your buddies the night before and sleep in, no worries, they’ll still be moving on a perfect day but they could slow down mid-day.

If you find that being the case just be patient and definitely go back out in the evening and hunt those spots you know the birds will be.

This is what we do when we only have one or at most another half day to hunt on a particular trip. It helps us maximize our time and gives us the best shot at bagging that trophy Tom.

When do you like to hunt toms, early, all day or evening? What’s your strategy? Let us know!

Looking forward to chasin’ those toms,

Jimmy & Richard
Feed Bandit
Level Up Your Hunting Game & Gear

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