Article Date: Saturday, April 20, 2013
Haint Gobble Call Rocks The World
By Hunter Worth
Wilderness, USA: Today at Heritage Quest wilderness camp, GO Youth councilor, Hunter Worth, pointed to the final resting place of ol' Joe the turkey hunter as the source of quakes felt across the region. Per Hunter, we were up Cemetery Hill overlooking HQ headquarters just admiring the run of gobbles that rolled up the hill from the training center below. We knew Eddie Salter and Jim Martin of GO Game Calls were dueling to perfection on two of the "Haint" gobble calls from Down N Dirty Outdoors.
Thunder gobble after thunder gobble, we were astounded they sounded so much like a dominant Wild Turkey.
Suddenly, we became attracted to noises coming from just inside the cemetery. We got there well before the ground began to shake, only to see a distinct aura over the grave site of ol' Joe. There is no doubt his ghost was rolling over in the grave as the ground started giving way under everyone. That was one wild ride until Jim and Eddie put the "Haint" gobble calls down. We were relieved as the quakes ended and all the Haints started settling back down.
The "Haint" call has been selected by Global Outfitters the "The Ultimate Turkey Hunting Setup".
Global Outfitters and an expert panel of Outdoor Writers including J. Wayne Fears and John Howle will help define "The Ultimate Turkey Hunting Setup" for 2012.
Turkey hunters everywhere can keep up with the progress and contribute to the process by visiting GlobalOutfitters.com. The entire program will be documented and reported as it unfolds on GlobalOutfitters.com.
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Stay tuned as Jim Martin releases a video on how to use the Haint Gobble Call. Then, Jim and Eddie Salter will video turkey hunting at Goodman Ranch with Byron Ferguson.