Tuesday Tip of the Week!

Our Tuesday Tip of the Week segments have been a big hit! We’ve been adding tips and techniques that we use, and you folks have been sending some in as well. We have just 2 short weeks left until the youth turkey season, and we have some more tips to offer to help you get that youth his or her bird this season. This Tuesday, Scott Perra will be offering up a great tip for getting those gobblers that want to hang up, to come your way! You don’t want to miss it. And if you’re just starting to watch these tips, or maybe just want to go back and watch them all again, I have included links in this post so you can find them all in one easy to get place. Remember, every youth wishing to get out there turkey hunting WILL NEED to get a turkey hunting license, and NO, they DO NOT need to have taken the hunter safety course to do so. So get their license, get out there shooting, and watch our Tip of the Week segments to give yourself every advantage this season in filling those tags.

Tip of the Week Links

Tuesday Tip of the Week – #1

Tuesday Tip of the Week!Video yourself giving a turkey hunting tip and send it to us. We'll edit it in to our segment and send you a NHBacK40 decal! Be sure to include your name and location in the video. e.g. This is Mike Tyson from Anytown USA with your Tuesday Tip of the Week.

Posted by NHBacK40 on Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Tuesday Tip of the Week – #2 Trail cameras

Tuesday Tip of the Week!Video yourself giving a turkey hunting tip and send it to us. We'll edit it in to our segment and send you a NHBacK40 decal! Be sure to include your name and location in the video. e.g. This is Mike Tyson from Anytown USA with your Tuesday Tip of the Week.

Posted by NHBacK40 on Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Tuesday Tip of the Week – #3 Locator Calls

Tuesday Tip of the Week!Video yourself giving a turkey hunting tip and send it to us. We'll edit it in to our segment and send you a NHBacK40 decal! Be sure to include your name and location in the video. e.g. This is Joe Hunter from Anytown USA with your Tuesday Tip of the Week.

Posted by NHBacK40 on Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Tuesday Tip of the Week – #4 Birds Flushed from the Roost

Tuesday Tip of the Week!Video yourself giving a turkey hunting tip and send it to us. We'll edit it in to our segment and send you a NHBacK40 decal! Be sure to include your name and location in the video. e.g. This is Joe Hunter from Anytown USA with your Tuesday Tip of the Week.

Posted by NHBacK40 on Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Tuesday Tip of the Week – #5 Maintaining Your Diaphragm Call

Your Tuesday Tip of the Week!

Posted by NHBacK40 on Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Tuesday Tip of the Week – #6 Tick Control

Tuesday Tip of the Week!

Posted by NHBacK40 on Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Tuesday Tip of the Week #7 – Using a Blind

Tuesday Tip of the Week!

Posted by NHBacK40 on Tuesday, April 3, 2018

Tuesday Tip of the Week #8 – Flydown Cackle

Sawyer Jones of SDJ Outdoors with your Tip of the Week! Send in your tip and we'll edit it into a segment, send you a NHBacK40 decal, and also enter you in to win a RealTree Xtra NHBacK40 hat!

Posted by NHBacK40 on Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Talkin’ Turkey!

Tomorrow is Friday! Woo-hoo! That means another episode of Talkin’ Turkey with Gary Coburn, (owner of Coburn Game Calls), will be posted at 5pm. We’re putting together 2, yes 2, videos per week to help out those who are new to spring turkey hunting. We’re trying to give as many turkey hunting tips as possible on our “Tuesday Tip of the Week” segments, (posted every Tuesday morning at 6am), and going over those turkey calls with our Friday segments, “Talkin’ Turkey”. We want to hear from you guys too! Help us help out others by videoing yourself giving a tip and sending it in. We’ll be sending NHBacK40 decals to everyone who sends in a tip. We will also be choosing a couple of those entries to receive an embroidered NHBacK40 hat! If there is anything you’d like us to cover in these videos, or maybe make another video just to help out in some other way, just send us a message. We’d love to help. Follow us on Facebook and send us those tips over there in a message.

Hunt hard. Hunt safe. Have fun!

The Barred Owl Call & Turkey Locator Now Available!

One of our original calls from the 1980’s This call is beautifully handcrafted from Rock Maple with Black Walnut ends and a Black Walnut stem. A rawhide lanyard is included for easy accessibility to hang around your neck. 

This loud call realistically replicates the eight note call of the Barred Owl; “Who cooks for you, who cooks for you all”. This call will make the most stubborn gobblers sound off giving away their location. Gobblers cannot resist answering this call. 

If you are a bird enthusiast, this a great call to use in the early morning or at dusk to communicate and bring a barred owl in closer to you. 

Both birdwatcher enthusiasts and turkey hunters alike, will get great pleasure in the authenticity of this owl call.

We take pride in the craftsmanship of all our turkey calls from production to assembly and tuning. These calls are made from the highest quality woods. These features make our calls unique from other turkey calls. Our calls are constructed and tuned by expert turkey hunters with over 100 years of combined turkey hunting experience.

Order Your Call Here!

Coburn Game Calls Now Available!

You can now order Coburn Game Calls directly from our website! Box calls and pot calls are available. Free shipping available on certain calls. Everyone who orders a call through our website will receive a FREE NHBacK40 decal with each call. Don’t delay! Order your call now and have it shipped directly to your door. Get ready for the upcoming spring gobbler season now and receive your FREE NHBacK40 decal!

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Tenderloins done right!

I’m gonna show you how I prep and cook my tenderloins for any deer I shoot. I prefer to remove them as soon as possible, rinse them well with cold water, and trim any fat and silver skin immediately. Then allow to chill in the fridge before seasoning them.

Next you will need just a few things to begin. A mortar and pestle is a must. Starting with whole ingredients for your spices is key for getting a more robust flavor from them.

You will need whole peppercorns, rosemary leaves, garlic salt and some olive oil. Place your tenderloins in a dish. Start by liberally sprinkling them with garlic salt. Pay attention to get all the edges and the ends. Then, crush up some peppercorns with the mortar/pestle to a consistency somewhere between coarse and fine. Again, sprinkle liberally over the tenderloins in the same manner mentioned above. Next, crush up some rosemary leaves, and once again sprinkle over the tenderloins, but not as much as the previous ingredients. Be sure to press each of these into the meat well and allow to rest, covered, in the fridge for at least a couple hours or longer. I drizzle olive oil over them about an hour before cooking, once again rubbing all of the seasonings and the oil into the meat.

A hot grill is best, but for cooking inside, get that cast iron pan hot and add just a little olive oil to the pan. Sear the first side well and cook for 3-4 minutes per side. Depending on the size of the loins, and how you prefer red meat, you will adjust this time. I like mine medium rare. Do not over cook!! You’re better off to remove early and have to return to the pan for additional time, than to overcook them. I usually serve them with my “crunchy potatoes” and corn, but you do whatever the hell ya like.

Enjoy!

 

2017 Fall Turkey Shotgun Season

We have just one week to go until the fall shotgun season for turkey opens in certain WMU’s in New Hampshire. This is a great time to get those kids back out there hunting turkeys. If you bought your turkey tag for the spring hunt, then you already have your tag for the fall. Why not make good use of this fall opportunity to get your son/daughter back out there to make some more memories. The fall shotgun season only last for 7 days, from Oct. 16th through the 22nd this year, and allows for the taking of either a hen or a tom. There’s still enough daylight after work/school to get out there during the week. The weekend days for the fall shotgun season for turkey is also youth hunting weekend for deer. Plenty of chances for filling those tags for the kids. Don’t make excuses, make the time! You’ll be glad you did.

Good luck out there and remember …

Hunt hard. Hunt safe. Have fun.

 

Muddy Diamondback Tree harness review

Muddy Diamondback safety harness and linesman rope.

My review of the Muddy Diamondback safety harness and linesman rope. After using this for a couple weeks now, I have to say I just love it.

Posted by NHBacK40 on Saturday, September 30, 2017