Matt Van Cise Mouth Call Audio Sequence
How to Roost Turkeys in the Afternoon
Yelping and Cutting sequences to Strike a Turkey - Matt Van Cise
How to Condition a Slate Turkey Call • Friction Call Maintenance
You always want to make sure your call surface is conditioned properly for effective calling. On a slate surface, Scotch-Brite™ will remove moisture, oil or smoothness from the plate that may affect the striker movement and friction.
Best Time to Make a Turkey Gobble with an Owl Call
Using Turkey Calls to Locate Turkeys
How to become a better turkey hunter
Pot Calls - Frequency and Volume - Matt Van Cise
How to Use a Mouth Call • Advanced • Adding Realism
Once you’re able to produce consistent sound with a mouth call, begin working on the variations of calls that wild turkeys make, clucks, cuts and yelps, for example. You want to be able to mimic the sounds a hen makes, which are varied in style and volume. Slight variations in your calling can ma...
Rio Grande Turkey Calling Tip • Yelping with a Mouth Call
Rios are less aggressive with hens than the Eastern and Osceola gobblers. To strike a Rio Grande, strictly yelp, both clear and raspy tones. Increase the volume of your calling to cover ground to try to pull the gobble out of the turkey.
Excited Yelping and Cutting Combined - Matt Van Cise
How to use a Glass or Slate Turkey Call • Beginner Friction Calls
Slate or pot style calls are a type of friction turkey call. It has two pieces, a slate or glass “pot” and a striker. Hold the striker like a pencil and flip the top end away so the striker is at an angle moving back towards you. Create a yelp by making a small circle, oval or diagonal motion wit...
Using Multiple Calls to sound like multiple turkeys
Matt Van Cise - Plain Yelping, Excited Yelping, and Cutting on a Pot Call
Best Eastern and Osceola Wild Turkey Calling Tips • Basic Sequence
How to strike up a gobbler in different regions can vary. When trying to locate an Eastern, start yelping and build into cuts to try and pull the gobble out of the tom. Keep the series brief so you can listen for the gobbler’s return call. Osceola turkeys are very similar. Begin with hard, aggres...
Improving Your Mouth Call
How to Condition a Turkey Call Striker • Friction Call Maintenance
Keep your striker tip clear of any debris or dirt that may have built up on the tip. Some pot calls have a hole that serves just that purpose. If your call does not have a built-in striker cleaner, just take some sandpaper and sand off any build up. Taking care of your calls is important for crea...
Stepping up your short game
Calls That will make a Turkey Gobble
When to Soft Call to Turkeys • Yelps, Clucks, and Purrs
Once you have a turkey’s attention, you need to change your calling. Yelps, clucks and purrs with the soft calling technique can help coax the gobbler to come to you.
How to Purr on a Mouth Call
Excited Cutting on a Mouth Call
Merriam Turkey Calling Tip • Yelping with a Mouth Call
Merriam’s hens don’t have as sharp of a cut as other subspecies of turkey hens. It’s more of a popping or pit sound. Listening to real Merriam’s hen calls helps identify the difference in their calls versus other subspecies. To produce the pit sound, Grossenbacher blows the air through the side o...
Excited Yelping and Cutting on a Box Call - Matt Van Cise