Thursday, February 16, 2012

Turkey Hunting Seminar at Bass Pro Shops
Developing new hunting topics for discussion in the hunting community is a challenge. Coming up with topics people want to learn about and doing it in an exciting way is tough. Hunting turkey's in Southern California is a challenge. Combine them and you get plenty of people asking how to hunt them and where to find them. I am no expert, and will never claim to be, but I try to share the knowledge I have with people to help keep hunting alive. In doing so, I have been blessed to have been asked by the management at Bass Pro Shops in Rancho Cucamonga, CA to give a short seminar on local turkey hunting in Southern California. To say I am honored would be an understatement. I am stoked!

Giving a seminar on local hunting is a great way for me to meet some new hunters, answer some questions and hopefully make some new friends. Plus, it give me an opportunity to break out the box call, the slate call and my diaphragm calls.

Some of the topics I hope to cover are:
  • Gear to use
  • The art of calling
  • Where to hunt

This flock in the video below tends to stay on private property, but from time to time they venture onto public land. You just have to be in the right place at the right time.


Want to hear more? Plan on attending my seminar on hunting SoCal turkey's on March 24 at 1 PM. It's being hosted by Bass Pro Shops in Rancho Cucamonga, CA.  

I'll post more info on the days events as it grows closer. There will be other seminars throughout the day that you won't want to miss. Is there a specific topic you'd like to hear about? Shoot me an email and I'll do my best to do so!

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