Turkey season is just around the corner, check out some of the best turkey camouflage techniques to plan ahead for your season.
Everyone wants to try something new when they head into the woods for a new season. This turkey season, instead of just trying the newest products, try out the best.
1. The GhostBlind
The GhostBlind was designed to work instantly in almost any hunting environment. The blind itself is made of a set of lightweight, unbreakable mirrors that reflect the surface directly in front of the blind. This makes your blind, and you behind it, virtually disappear because the mirror makes the pattern match exactly.
One great thing about the GhostBlind is that it is easily moved to a different location and can be set up and hunted within minutes. The GhostBlind is one of the best turkey camouflage techniques and will offer you a great opportunity to get close to turkeys this spring.
2. The TreeBlind
The TreeBlind by Nature Blinds is an amazing piece of work. It is built to look just like an old tree stump, but has all the features of a modern blind.
While it may not be as mobile as the GhostBlind, it is certainly one of the best turkey camouflage techniques you can use. It is almost guaranteed to be dry and comfortable for any season and offers a great spot for a hunter of any age to enjoy their turkey season.
3. The Bale Blind
A bale blind, whether built yourself or store-bought, can offer you a great natural-appearing blind. Like the TreeBlind, this is more of a permanent solution to the problem of turkey camouflage. But a good bale blind can not only help you harvest a gobbler this spring, you can use it again in the fall and winter for deer and ducks.
4. The Ghillie Suit
A ghillie suit is definitely one of the best turkey camouflage techniques, especially if you are hunting out of a blind. Of course you do have to match your ghillie suit to the environment you are hunting which can be difficult in areas with widely varying landscapes but if you are choosing to chase gobblers without a blind, you probably already know a thing or two about overcoming difficulties.
5. The Scoot & Shoot Decoy
The Scoot & Shoot by Mojo Outdoors is one of the better-looking, ambush-style turkey camouflage techniques. This new hunting technique is growing in popularity and does seem to be effective. It is exciting to say the least. If you are going to give this one a shot please make sure everyone you are hunting near knows you are using this tactic; safety still seems to be the biggest issue with the Scoot & Shoot.
6. The Ground Blind
The traditional ground blind is probably the most classic way to hunt turkeys and is still one of the best turkey camouflage techniques out there. Whether you choose to go with a store-bought, pop-up type blind, or if you build your own blind, either out of natural or man-made materials, the ground blind has proven time and time again that with the right tactics, it works.
Who is ready for spring hunting season? It has been a long, cold winter.