Archery turkey hunting in South Dakota and Nebraska is the ultimate bowhunting experience. Much of turkey hunting, especially in the mountains, boils down to work and luck. What makes it exciting is when it all comes together and you can fall back on your skills and your gear for an up-close encounter. Learning how to bowhunt turkeys is extremely rewarding and will improve all aspects of your hunting. And, if you’re patient enough to hunt turkey, you’ll no doubt have more respect getting close with archery gear.

Designed specifically for head and neck shots, the Magnus Bullhead ($40/3 pack) has wreaked havoc on more than a few longbeards in recent years. 3 stainless steel blades are scary sharp and .048″ thick to help stand up to even the toughest birds. The 100 grain Bullhead packs a 2 3/4″ cutting diameter while the 125 grain counterpart measures in at an astonishing 3 3/4″.

So, if you’re up to the challenge, scout out some gobblers in your area, shoot everyday and challenge yourself to arrowing a spring gobbler. The team at have been making the swing out west to bowhunt big Nebraska and South Dakota gobblers with the stick and string for some time now. Getting the jump on their eastern season is fun and rewarding skills to bring back home and hunt eastern turkeys in the North East. This bow hunt is one of a kind and shows the total decapitation of a huge tom at only 5 yards while using the Magnus Bullhead Broadhead. The Magnus Bullhead did its job as advertised; got excited and shot this huge Tom moving toward the decoys instead of letting him get still in the decoys; needless to say the Bullhead was forgiving enough that my bird is in the freezer for table fair. would highly recommend these to any serious turkey hunter that wants to get it done with a bow. With the bullheads, it’s either lights out or a miss. If any of you have experienced the infamous pass thru and run off not to be found before you’ll appreciate these heads. Enjoy this awesome shot on this big gobbler.

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Jason Ashe
Jason Ashe is an avid whitetail deer enthusiast and avid hunter from the finger lakes region of New York. A full time social media specialist in the outdoor industry and habitat specialist with Mid-Lakes Whitetails, Jason has been featured in such publications as Quality Whitetails numorouse times and been paired with hunting greats in Outdoor Life for his knowledge and passion for hunting mature deer. Turkeys, Coyotes also top the list of game that Jason pursues in any down time he has from whitetails. He consideres himself lucky to have whitetails and hunting be a part of everyday life. His wife Laura also shares in his passions along with their 2 children.