Wild Turkey: Correct Arrow Placement

You can shoot Wild Turkeys from several different positions, beginning with Strutting and Not-Strutting. And both of those positions offer shooting opportunities that are from the angles of: Facing Away, Broadside as well as from the Front.

However, this video adds the Head Shot. Personally, I shy away from head shots. Their heads are moving most of the time and that greatly increases the chance that your arrow will nick the gobbler’s head instead of it making a killing hit.