In his presentation on Wednesday July 15 Kevin Wodzak gave an insight into the techniques used to hunt wild turkeys.  Rule number one:  go where the turkeys are.  Rule number two: arrive before daybreak and don’t move.  Turkeys have very good hearing and sight.  They can see in colour, so full camouflage should be worn, including face paint.  Don't go shopping dressed like this.  This increases the danger of being shot by other hunters. 
Only bearded (male) turkeys may be shot from April 25 to May 25.  A shot gun is used and so the range is limited to about 35 yards.   Chokes can adjust the shot pattern and range.
Many “gadgets “ were recommended including calls, decoys,  IR motion camera, GPS, and head flash light.
Expected cost per pound :$1,000