Wild Turkey Recipe – Bacon Wrapped Honey Jalapeno Wild Turkey Strips
Wild Revelation Outdoors » Turkey hunting
by Joe Classen
9M ago
In this blog and video, I’ve got another delicious and super easy wild game turkey recipe for you, Bacon Wrapped Honey Jalapeno Wild Turkey Strips! Now of course, you don’t specifically have to use wild turkey, as domestic, store-bought turkey will work just fine too, but if you’re a turkey hunter looking for a fast and easy way to cook up some of your bird, then you’ll definitely have to give this recipe a try. Bacon-Wrapped Honey Jalapeno Wild Turkey Strips Serving size – 4 to 6 Ingredients: One Wild Turkey Breast Fillet One Package Bacon Uncle Pookie BBQ Honey Jalapeno Luv Rub Toothpicks ..read more
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Turkey Hunting Tips – Should You Use Turkey Decoys – Yes or No?
Wild Revelation Outdoors » Turkey hunting
by Joe Classen
9M ago
Yes indeed, it’s an age-old question that virtually every turkey hunter faces, especially beginners, “Should I use turkey decoys on my hunt or not?” After turkey hunting for close to three decades now, I still sometimes struggle with that choice. However, experience has taught me that there are many situations in which it’s best to leave the decoys behind. In this blog and video, we’ll have a look at the positives and negatives of using turkey decoys, what turkey hunting scenarios are best to use decoys, and which ones are not. I’ll cover a variety of turkey decoy tactics, turkey decoy setups ..read more
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Turkey Calling Tips – Use Multiple Turkey Calls
Wild Revelation Outdoors » Turkey hunting
by Joe Classen
10M ago
The wild turkey has a unique langue all its own and they can be quite vocal, especially during the spring mating season which also coincides with the primary turkey hunting season in many states throughout the county. The many sounds that turkeys make isn’t the primary focus of this blog, but I did make a very extensive video on that topic some time ago if you’d like to learn more. Click here to check it out. Why Use Multiple Calling Devices? When you’re going after a crafty gobbler there are many different calling strategies that you can use, but no matter what kind of calls you utilize it ..read more
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Wild Turkey Recipe – Wild Turkey Shish Kabob Recipe
Wild Revelation Outdoors » Turkey hunting
by Joe Classen
1y ago
In this blog and video, I’ve got another delicious, easy-to-make wild game recipe coming your way: wild turkey shish kabobs. Shish kabobs (or shish kebobs if you prefer!) are simply meat and vegetables that are cooked on skewers over an open fire. This form of cooking originated in Middle Eastern and Asian countries where lamb, poultry, and fish were commonly cooked on wooden skewers, but over the years shish kabobs have become very popular in America as well, especially among outdoor enthusiasts, as it’s a great way to prepare wild game meat such as turkey. So let’s get cooking! Wild Turkey S ..read more
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How to do a Turkey Fan Mount – DIY Turkey Taxidermy
Wild Revelation Outdoors » Turkey hunting
by Joe Classen
1y ago
If you harvested a nice bird this turkey season and would like to both honor the memory of such a fine creature as well as immortalize a great day in the woods long after your bird has been eaten, then doing a tail fan display mount such as this a great way to do so. Now there are dozens of different tail fan mount display kits on the market these days from many different manufacturers, but I’ve always especially liked the ones that look more like the actual bird instead of just the tail feathers. I’ve done several mounts with a kit you can get from Van Dykes Taxidermy Supply which I really li ..read more
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Wild Turkey Recipe – Panko Encrusted Wild Turkey – Wild Game Recipe
Wild Revelation Outdoors » Turkey hunting
by Joe Classen
1y ago
In this blog and video, I’ve got another delicious wild game recipe coming your way, panko encrusted wild turkey! It’s a fast, easy recipe that you can whip up in no time at all and one that the whole family will enjoy. Panko is a Japanese-style bread crumb that’s used in a wide variety of recipes, especially for seafood and chicken. Unlike regular bread crumbs, panko is made from bread without the crusts, which results in a lighter, crunchier texture that also doesn’t absorb as much grease. You can get panko at most any grocery store and it comes in a variety of seasonings. Again, I’m using i ..read more
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Turkey Hunting – Turkey Calling 101 – Turkey Sounds
Wild Revelation Outdoors » Turkey hunting
by Joe Classen
1y ago
If you’re new to turkey hunting, have been at it a while but need a little refresher, or, if you’re simply interested in learning more about the wild turkey in general, then this blog and video are for you, as we’ll be talking turkey. Wild turkeys can be quite vocal and they definitely speak a distinct language. In this article (and accompanying video) we’ll take a look, and have a listen, to the different sounds that turkeys make and learn about what they mean, including the plain yelp, assembly call, excited yelp, tree call, cut, cluck, purr, cluck and purr, putt, kee kee run, fly down and f ..read more
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Turkey Hunting – Turkey Identity – Difference Between Male and Female Turkey
Wild Revelation Outdoors » Turkey hunting
by Joe Classen
1y ago
If you’re brand new to turkey hunting, or, would just like to learn more about the wild turkey in general, then this blog article and video is for you, as we’ll be taking a look at the differences between male and female birds and their distinguishing characteristics. For those who haven’t spent much time in the turkey woods or who just don’t know much about wild turkeys in general, it can be difficult at first to tell the male birds from the females. After all, the only experience that many folks have with turkeys is on Thanksgiving, where the turkey is the center of attention for hungry fami ..read more
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Turkey Hunting – My #1 Deadliest Turkey Call – Turkey Scratching
Wild Revelation Outdoors » Turkey hunting
by Joe Classen
1y ago
Ah yes, it’s that time of year – turkey season! There are few things as challenging or as satisfying as enjoying a big, delicious wild turkey dinner with friends and family with a wild turkey that you harvest yourself. In this blog, I’ll be sharing with you my #1 deadliest turkey calling tactic that works great during both the spring and fall seasons. I wrote a blog article about this topic several years ago but thought I’d do an updated version along with a video demonstration. After hunting wild turkey for well over two decades now and filling my fair share of turkey tags with both gun and b ..read more
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Coronavirus Pandemic – Social Distancing in the Great Outdoors
Wild Revelation Outdoors » Turkey hunting
by Joe Classen
1y ago
I took off this past Friday to spend a peaceful spring day in the turkey woods, hoping to harvest another big, delicious gobbler for the roasting pot. I set my sights on hunting a large expanse of public land where I’ve rarely ever encountered another human. At 4:00 AM I scarfed down some oatmeal, filled up my coffee mug, and hit the road, filled with giddy anticipation for getting out and spending some quality time in the great outdoors. At 4:50 AM, as I closed in on my destination, I began going over my game plan for the day as my excitement continued to build. Moments later, as I pulled int ..read more
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