Turkey hunting is a pleasurable and exciting form of hunting. Confronting turkeys is what hunters live for to have that exhilarating conversations with fellow hunters, family and friends.
Turkey Season is April 22nd thru May 10th with a bag limit of one bearded or male turkey for the spring season. To be able to hunt wild turkey, a valid hunting license and a valid game bird habit stamp privilege are required. But a separate turkey license is required when hunting during each turkey hunting season.
Getting ready for turkey hunting after you have your license, calls, firearms, and anything else you need for your hunt, you need to have proper attire when going out on the field. You want to make sure you are covered head to foot in camouflage to blend in with the environment as best as possible. You don’t need to worry about scent control with the turkeys but you do need to make sure you cover your face, hands and anything else exposed to cover up. Starting from top to bottom you need a hat or a leafy hat with a spandex ¼ face mask to cover your head, face and neck. Next, you need to wear lightweight breathable shirts and pants, like the stalker lite series comes in long sleeve shirts, ¼ zip pullover, pants and shorts for what you prefer. It’s a lightweight, moisture wicking, breathable and rugged material. There is also a Tec-Lite style that comes in a long-sleeve button up shirt and pants. This style is breathable, moisture wicking and durable with the rip-stop material made to stop the tear from spreading. There is also strut zone turkey gloves that are spandex gloves and are lightweight, moisture wicking and breathable that you will need to cover your hands.
There is nothing fun about sitting out there waiting for your turkey and you don’t have the proper attire on and you’re uncomfortable or the turkey sees you. Once you are all covered, have your license and all your necessities you are ready for your turkey hunting season. Just make sure you are all covered so the turkey doesn’t see you.