Friday, March 23, 2012

Pro Turkey callers support youth in Lowcountry

Steve Cobb gives the youth a lesson in turkey calling

Tony Cachere and Tom Stuckey are thankful to be in Lodge

The H.S. Strut 'yellow bus' rolled into the Lowcountry
After the season opener for osceola turkeys in Florida, it is South Carolina that is next in line for a host of traveling turkey hunters. A 'bus' full of Pro Staff from the H.S. Strut brand of turkey callers arrived in Lodge, S.C. to stay in the Coon's Den and to hunt some turkeys. Hunter's Specialties brand sent their best videographer to capture these hunts on video with the likes of Tom Stuckey and Steve Cobb. Everyone came together on the evening of March 17 to enjoy some southern hospitality served up by a group of local farmers. The event promotes and encourages youths to go turkey hunting, and included H.S. Strut hats and mouth calls for the youth. Cajun celebrity chef Tony Cachere was in town from Louisiana and he sponsors a youth-oriented heaviest turkey contest that is administered by Rizer's Pork and Produce. The main speaker was Tom Stuckey, who called on H.S. Strut Pro Staff Phillip Vanderpool and Steve Cobb to come up front and reveal their best turkey tips. The visiting hunters were thankful to be in the Lowcountry, and showed their appreciation by taking time to visit with everyone.
To view a blog entry from one of the Pro Staff hunts click here.
To view turkey hunting tips with Eddie Salter click here.

Phillip Vanderpool behind the camera as usual

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