Wild Turkeys

Make Mouth-Watering Turkey With a Homemade Brine

Looking for a new way to prepare the turkey you got this season? Brining is a method of marinating that uses salt water to increase the moisture content of the meat you’re cooking. It makes for a succulent, delicious bird that can be smoked, fried or oven roasted depending on your preference. To get started,… Read more »


New Mexico Bull Elk

New Application and Draw Deadlines are Just Around the Corner

We’re already a month into 2018, and that means the deadlines for draw hunt applications are approaching fast. The application deadline for bear and turkey permits is on February 7 at 5 p.m. Applications for big-game licenses, meanwhile, can be submitted until 5 p.m. on March 21. Hunters can easily apply for state licenses and… Read more »


Get Ready for Your Next Turkey Hunt With These Helpful Tips

Get Ready for Your Next Turkey Hunt With These Helpful Tips

It might not seem like it right now, but spring turkey season will be here before we know it. Now is a great time to think about what you can do to maximize your chances of success. Here are some tips to help you make the most of your next turkey hunt. Location Scout out… Read more »


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Tips to Help You Get In Shape for an Elk Hunt

If you haven’t gotten to spend much time out in the field recently, it can be easy to forget just how physically taxing a day of hunting can be. Elk hunts can be particularly demanding due to the size of the animal and the steep terrain we cover during the course of a hunt.  Before… Read more »


Reasons to Go on a Spring Turkey Hunt

Winter tends to drag on, but thankfully Spring arrives, and with it comes turkey hunting season. This year, turkey hunts run April 15 to May 10 in northern New Mexico via JACO Outfitters, LLC. What are some reasons to go on a turkey hunt this Spring? When’s the last time you heard turkeys gobblin’ nearby?… Read more »


Mixing Up Your Practice Targets

All hunters, even the most experienced need practice. Practice means you’re enhancing and honing in on the skills you already have, and to further develop them. A typical hunting practice would involve the use of targets. Targets could be a 3D target, white on black images, or burlap or paper animal targets. Commonly, once a… Read more »


5 Top Model Crossbows For Hunting In 2016

When hunting, you want to make sure you have the best tools for the job, especially for bow hunting. Grab one of these new crossbows for your hunt and take aim at your next trophy. Barnett Ghost 415 Revenant This crossbow is sure to bring down whatever big game you take aim at. Its bolts… Read more »


How To Choose A Professional Hunting Guide Or Outfitter

When hunting, the right guide can be the difference between coming home with your newest trophy or leaving empty-handed. But, where and how do you find the right one that will make your hunt a success? Start by look through these resources. Your Own Resources If you are looking for a guide, take a look… Read more »


Look Your Best With New Hunting Apparel

When hitting the wilderness to hunt, it is important we do what we can to keep ourselves warm and comfortable. Luckily, there is new hunting apparel now available from Under Armour that will be perfect for your next big game hunt. If you’re looking to really blend in with your environment, get covered with camouflage… Read more »


Great Wild Turkey Meals To Cook After You Finish The Hunt

Once you bag a wild turkey, there are numerous things you can do with meat including making it into a meal for you and friends or family to enjoy. If you’re tired of just frying up your catch, here are few delicious recipes for fun dishes you can create with your wild turkey. Deep Fried… Read more »