Turkey hunting grasps your mind and heart like no other outdoor pursuit. For almost three decades, author Brian Lovett has fed that addiction across North America, making turkey hunting a career as well as his personal obsession. Now, after writing about turkeys for 22 years in Turkey & Turkey Hunting, Turkey Country and other titles, he's finally compiled a selection of memories, reflections and episodes from those days afield. This all-new, never-before-published material touches on everything from the origins of turkey hunting devotion, fascination with the bird itself, musings on various facets of hunting and hilarious recollections from hunts past. If you're a turkey hunter, you'll find something to love in this book. After all, as the author says, we're all "forever seeking that far green country."
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About the Author
Brian Lovett has written about turkey hunting for more than 20 years. He served as editor of Turkey & Turkey Hunting magazine from August 1994 through January 2002 and again from December 2008 through May 2013. Lovett has also written or edited several books about turkey hunting, including The Turkey Hunters, The 2005 Turkey Hunters' Almanac, Hunting Pressured Turkeys, Hunting Tough Turkeys and A Far Green Country. Currently, he serves as field editor for the National Wild Turkey Federation's "On the Hunt" section in Turkey Country magazine. Lovett has chased gobblers in 20-plus states, taking several grand slams and a royal slam along the way. He hails from Oshkosh, Wis.