SPRING GOBBLER SEASON
Tuesday's Blog Highlight: HuntographyWhat is Huntography?
"It's a movement, real hunting, grassroots based outdoor tv, real people doing real things..."
Using social media, Huntography connects American hunters using 'reality journalism' to share real and authentic outdoor experiences.
In this blog post, they've traveled to Virginia and joined with the @WilltoHunt
in search of their first gobbler of the spring. They tested out a new 'hidden advantage' - the GhostBlind.
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Finally, another great Virginia hunting season is upon us. Opening this Saturday (April 13th) is the 2013 Virginia Spring Gobbler Season. The early part of the season only allows for bearded turkeys to be taken from sunrise until noon each day lasts until May 4th. The all-day season (from sunrise to sunset) lasts from May 6-18. During those down times your best bet to get a hold of me will be on the river or lake with a pole in the water. Smallmouth, largemouth, walleye, trout and catfish will keep me occupied until deer season in October.
To kick off the turkey season we’re doing it right here in Virginia. Managing Editor, Will Jenkins
, fellow Field Editor, Chris Mann
and myself are heading up to central Virginia to set up turkey camp for a few days.
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