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That force or involuntary inclination that prompts us to action is an impulse. When the hunting season begins, do you know where you're going to go? When you hear a gobble, you move towards it. When a buck stills, so do you. That practice that's ingrained in us becomes an automatic response that we don't even have to think about. It's our impulse.
Episode one of IMPULSE, “Florida Osceolas,” features Mossy Oak’s Ben Maki and Dustin “Shed” Whitacre as they start their spring turkey season chasing gobbling Osceola turkeys in south Florida. The duo takes to the spring woods in Mossy Oak Obsession, a pattern developed for the turkey hunter to p...
Mossy Oak BioLogic's Bobby Cole and Mossy Oak Properties' Lannie Wallace head into the Alabama woods for the first turkey hunt of the season. A friendly competition drives their impulse to get back into the woods and see who will get the next turkey.
Mossy Oak's Dave Nebraska hails from Ohio and is eager to head south every spring. The place is turkey camp in Texas, where he spends time building relationships and bagging Rio Grande turkeys. It's an impulse that strengthens year by year.
Kevin VanDam is best known as a Bassmaster tournament angler, but he is also a hunter and all-around outdoorsman. In this episode of IMPULSE, he goes on a Michigan turkey hunt with his twin sons Jackson and Nicholas. After a successful turkey season, VanDam is focused on fishing and food plots.