Gobbler yelpin’. It’s something that nobody ever talked about, at least in modern times, except for Ray Eye. He put two and two together while he was...
Ray Eye has never been one to name turkeys and he always avoids thinking that any given gobbler is somehow special. Ray’s world is the turkey’s world,...
As part of our ongoing discussions with turkey hunters, we’ve been getting some great notes from hunters who describe the situation they were in, what happened, and...
What’s standing between you and the greatest outdoor adventures of your life? Maybe you think, “if I just knew more of the secrets that the pros know,” or “if I just had a chance to hunt or fish in better spots.” You know what? You’ve found the right spot for help with the secrets to success.
Would you be surprised to learn that Ray Eye would choose fall turkey hunting over spring hunting, if forced to choose? And would you get excited if you knew that learning to call fall gobblers is the greatest thing you can do to improve spring turkey hunting success?
Let’s get busy… this episode is presented seminar style, starting with Ray teaching you about the four types of turkeys you’ll encounter during the fall hunting season. From there, he teaches you how to understand them, and call them in with consistency. Read More
It’s a jam-packed show this week, starting with Ray and Tony talking about Terry and Mark Drury’s new deer hunting TV show, Thirteen, a teaching show that Ray raves about. Then we bring Terry Drury on to talk about it.
Then, Ray talks fall turkey hunting with Ron Magnano, who uses turkey dogs to pursue fall gobblers. The dogs target gobblers, scatter them, then sit off to the side quietly during the recall process. Magnano trains his dogs to find turkeys, rush in and scatter them, and bark while doing it. GPS tracking collars allow him to pinpoint the exact spot of the breakup. Then, he chooses a setup position from there.
Ron had Ray at “fall gobblers,” so this is a great conversation.
Next up, Ray talks with his friend Will Jimeno, a first responder who was pinned in the rubble of the World Trade Center towers on 9-11. A member of the Port Authority Police force, Jimeno was buried alive for 13 hours after bravely going in as chaos erupted when planes were flown into the towers. Read More
Gobbler yelpin’. It’s something that nobody ever talked about, at least in modern times, except for Ray Eye. He put two and two together while he was still a snot-nosed kid crawling up and down the bluffs of Johnson Mountain down in the Missouri Ozarks. He listened carefully to his daddy and granddaddy, and he listened even more carefully to those wild turkeys who taught him to hunt them. Read More