Spring Turkey Season Opened in April - ObsessiveHuntingDisorder.com Believes There is No Better Time to Get Someone New into Hunting than During Spring Turkey Season

When it comes to getting kids and new hunters into the woods, nothing is more enjoyable and exciting than taking someone Spring Turkey Hunting. ObsessiveHuntingDisorder.com tells veteran hunters to take a child, family member or friend Turkey Hunting this month and use the features at ObsessiveHuntingDisorder.com to grow our hunting families.

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If the sound of a gobbler gobbling does not excite you, nothing will!

Lake Geneva, WI (PRWEB) April 23, 2013

Nothing gets a person’s heart pumping and hair standing up on their neck like the sound of a Turkey gobbling in the woods. Turkey hunters cover a lot of ground, unlike deer hunting where the hunter sits on stand for hours at a time. This means that Turkey Hunters get exercise and get to learn a lot about a hunting area. Not only should hunters be looking for Turkeys and turkey sign, but they should also be looking for deer beds, deer droppings, rubs, scrapes and any other animal signs. This is when a veteran hunter can show and explain all of the various animal signs to the rookie hunters and have the rookie hunters use ObsessiveHutningDisorder.com via their smart phones and enter information into their Huntin’ Areas. Animals sign is animal sign no matter what time of the year it is. When information is collected and put together it will tell a story and the hunters can learn a lot from that story. Hunters can also use ObsessiveHutningDisorder.com to explain how weather, lunar and solar variable affect animal behavior.

Another reason Turkey hunting is great for beginners is that you can let the beginners play with the various turkey calls like shock calls, friction calls and mouth calls. Duane Keenan, an avid hunter and founder of ObsessiveHuntingDisorder.com, had this to say, “I Started taking my kids Turkey hunting at about age 6. I tried to take my kids deer hunting, but just sitting and waiting was too hard for them. Hearing gobblers and chasing after them was really exciting for my kids. Letting them play with the various calls can also be a lot of fun for them.”

The Huntin’ Area page on ObsessiveHuntingDisorder.com is a great tool for Turkey hunters. When accessed from their smart phones the website uses the phones GPS to show the location of the hunter in relation to the other information that the hunter has put on their Huntin’ Area page. The user can put drop icons on the map with names and descriptions to help them remember those hidden places, strutting areas, dusting areas etc.

Eric Hahn, an avid user of ObsessiveHuntingDisorder.com provided this feedback when asked about his favorite feature, “The ability to put icons, labels and texts on my Huntin’ Area map allows me to take notes and put those notes where they belong; on the map. Now I can go back and see where I have roosted birds in the evenings, seen turkeys feeding and strutting. This has allowed me to setup between the roost and the strutting areas year after year.”

Inclosing Duane Keenan had this to say, “We don’t predict the best times or places to hunt. We help hunters map out their hunting areas, gather their own data and decide what data they are most interested in, so that hunters can make their own decisions and predictions.”

Here is the raw data that Duane is referring to: six lunar variables (moonrise, moonset, moon transit, moon underfoot, moon phase, moon age), four solar variables (sunrise, sunset, sun transit, photo period), and six weather variables (current temperature, humidity, barometric pressure, forecast, wind, conditions).

ObsessiveHuntingDisorder.com allows a hunter to get that information in less than five seconds. ObsessiveHuntingDisorder.com calculates the information for the hunter’s exact location, and can even calculate for days in the past or in the future.

To get started using this free web application go to http://www.obsessivehuntingdisorder.com.


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