This archery turkey hunt leaves a headless tom with his wings still beating.
Experienced spring gobbler hunters know that an archery turkey hunt is the ultimate challenge. With the help of a ground blind and a Magnus Bullhead broadhead, this hunter is able take a wary tom.
Watch the video to see how he does it.
I’m pretty sure that turkey wasn’t going anywhere after that shot.
Broadhead selection for turkey hunting depends upon where you want to shoot the turkey. If you are aiming for the head and neck a big fixed blade like the Magnus Bullhead or the Gobbler Guillotine is in order. If you are aiming for the body, a wide-cutting expandable will do the trick.
However you decide to make the shot, an archery turkey hunt is sure to be a challenge. If you are successful, this will certainly be a hunt to remember.