Mar 06, 2018 by Rob Endsley
2018 Pacific Northwest Turkey Outlook

By Troy Rodakowski I’m going to go out on a limb here! No pun intended but I'm going to go ahead and say that the 2018 Oregon spring turkey season will be fantastic! Why will it be fantastic might you ask? First of all, last year’s dry spring and mild winter...

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Nov 22, 2017 by Rob Endsley
Zelus Insoles – Breathing Life into my Hunting Boots

By Rob Endsley I've spent countless time shopping for a new mid-elevation hunting boot and have yet to come up with a more comfortable boot than my Danner Pronghorns. My feet are accustomed to them and I've logged hundred's of miles in these boots with very few blisters. Instead of spending...

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May 01, 2017 by Rob Endsley
Tips for Bagging a Late Season Turkey

by Troy Rodakowski Adult turkeys are in many ways like a husband and wife. For example, if you are asked to do something over and over (nagged) by either your husband or wife you will shut down and do it when you feel like doing it rather than when you are...

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Apr 10, 2017 by Rob Endsley
Tag Team Turkeys

by Troy Rodakowski The companionship of hunting with a friend of family member is half the reason we hunt spring turkeys. The other and most important half, however, is that working as a team is probably the best possible way to put some turkeys on the dinner table. While hunting...

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Apr 02, 2017 by Rob Endsley
Hunters Convene at Sportco for Spring Seminars

Close to a hundred avid hunters gathered at Sportco Sporting Goods in Fife, Washington yesterday for a day of spring hunting seminars sponsored by Sportco and the Outdoor Line on 710 ESPN Seattle. Julie Cyr from Sitka Gear (hey...that rhymes) was on hand all day and even took a ride...

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Mar 31, 2017 by Rob Endsley
5 Turkey Musts For This Coming Season

By Troy Rodakowski In general, extreme weather patterns are not beneficial for wild turkeys.  In particular, winters with deep snow at lower elevations can impact overwinter survival when turkeys can’t dig down for their favorite foods. “We have actually seen them stay in the roost for days at a time when...

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