North MO Turkey Trip

Clayton, Skyler, Mike and I drove up to our friend Brad Burditt’s family farm this weekend.  The turkey hunting was a little harder and a little different than what we are used to.  There wasn’t a shortage of timber up there!  All of us weren’t used to tracking them down in the timber and trying to get on them but we somehow got a bird on our last hunt.  Mike and I set up in a cattle pasture while Clayton and Skyler sat in a lower  pasture.  With Skyler and Clayton not even hearing a gobble this morning…our luck was a little better.  We managed to call in 3 toms and I sent a trophy ridge right through one.  It was a great time as always and can’t wait to hang out with you all again!  Here are a combination of some pics that Clayton and I took.  Thanks again Brad for letting us come up, hunt your turkeys and eat your amazing food.



~ by Shawn Luchtel on May 2, 2010.

6 Responses to “North MO Turkey Trip”

  1. It was a blast guys! Definitely a little different type of hunting. Thanks to Brad for the hospitality and great cooking!

  2. I’ve been told that the birds in Kansas and western Missouri are much easier to kill than the birds in central and the further east you go. I haven’t experienced anything outside of my farm so I can’t say if it’s true or not. Looks like you fellas had a good time. Congrats on another kill with the Elite.

    Andy Yost

  3. Definitely a great time even though the birds were acting tough. The meals were great and hanging out around the cabin was awesome! Thanks Brad!

  4. Looks like you boys had a good time. Congrats again on that big ole MO gobbler Shawn.

  5. It was a blast. Cabin/camp was great, food was spectacular, fish were biting, and the back drop to film and hunt was one of the finest. Thanks for everything Brad.

  6. Great pics guys, congrats to all. Keep pluggin away HB

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