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By Brett Grimm
Heartland Hunters Pro Staff

I remember watching a Turkey Hunting Video at a young age; I set my eyes on this glorious Tom strutting across my TV screen. But, this bird was different than the turkeys I was used to seeing in Missouri, he had all these beautiful white tips on his fan complimented by a sun drenched mountain back drop when all of a sudden, BANG! An elated hunter jumped up as he harvested, in my opinion, the most beautiful Turkey I had seen. I was told those turkeys only live out West, and later, found out were called Merriam’s. It was an image and dream that I would carry in my mind until now.


By Steve Bemke
Heartland Hunters Pro Staff

One common debate or question that comes up a lot is; do I run-and-gun, or set up a blind, and stay put? Is one method better at killing turkeys than the other? I’ll do my best to break it down. I want to preface that in the examples to follow, we’re assuming that we are hunting an area that we know turkeys inhabit; whether from pre-season scouting, roosting and locating the night before or hunting the same land that’s been handed down for generations.


By Ben Scofield
Heartland Hunters Pro Staff

There is a hunting season that most of us don't know about. Some of us do, but still feel that the risk is just too great and the prey too dangerous. OK, OK... with the big picture of a mushroom next to these words- there's no point in belaboring the intro. Yes, we're talking about mushroom hunting!  If you're like 99% of the people who avoid mushroom hunting then it's because you're worried about potentially killing your friends and family. And if you're worried about killing your friends and family, I've got good news for you: Not only are you not a psychopath but you're also in a good position to start  mushroom hunting! Why? Because it's the cocky and unworried folks that get sick (or worse) when it comes to mushroom hunting.



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Matt Ludwig on his birthday

With Deer Season in full rut, duck season well underway and most of the Western Big Game Hunts coming to an end. We wanted to take this opportunity to share with you some of what the Heartland Hunters, our Partners and Contributors have been up to this fall.  While every season has its ups and downs, it is always enjoyable to get away spend time in the field and enjoy the thrill of the hunt and the challenge of the pursuit! Take a moment to Check out some of the pictures from the 2013 Fall Hunting season.


It was tough hunting conditions in Wyoming, after coming off one of the driest years on record, some described this summer as the greenest they had ever seen. With an abundance of lush food and standing water, it was going to make this Archery hunt a little bit tough as we were hunting box blinds over water holes.

Pro Staffer Steve Bemke was able to get his first





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Volume 5 Issue 4 Fall 2013 The Waiting Game
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