The way a turkey responds to you will differ depending on the type of weather. It’s important to know how they behave in certain conditions to properly prepare for your hunt. Consider the strategies below for hunting in the rain, snow, wind, and heat. Rain Turkeys have waterproof feathers, so they will ride out the…

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The spring turkey season generally comes in three waves: the first peak breeding season, a lull period, and the second peak breeding season. Each of the phases comes with different strategies that you can use to your advantage. Use our Stump blinds to hunt any of the three turkey hunting phases in comfort. Beginning: Peak…

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Setting up your Banks Outdoors blind in the perfect area during the spring or summer can create a successful hunting season in the fall. Your trail camera footage can give you valuable insight into herd behavior and show you where you should be focusing your efforts. Placing the blind in a central location while using…

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The newest national guidelines have us gearing up for another month of social distancing. It may seem like everything in the universe is shutting down, but nature remains open. It is still possible to turkey hunt and feed your love for the outdoors. If you’ve yearned for a weekend of nothing but you, your blind,…

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Supplemental feeding generates a lot of traffic to your property. Deer instinctively search out food, water, and shelter. If your property provides that for them now, then you’re likely to have deer on your property come hunting season. What Causes Antlers to Shed? Bucks shed their antlers because of a drop in testosterone levels after…

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