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Although there are some parts of Ireland where turkey hunting is practiced, the sport is most commonly associated with the Americas. The two predominant breeds of turkey hunted in the US are Wild Turkey and the Oscillated Turkey. In the fall turkeys are generally found in flocks which can be startled into scattering and then strategically called back into range with turkey calls.
Shotguns are typically used to hunt turkey with the most popular gauges being 10, 12, 16 and 20. Turkey hunters often wear head-to-toe camouflage, as turkeys have excellent eyesight and can spot more obvious predators. Some turkey hunters even wear camouflage masks and gloves to conceal any skin that would normally show. Another typical piece of turkey hunting gear is a vest that includes cushioning, so that hunters can comfortably stay low on the ground for stretches of time. These vests also usually have large pockets for their calls and hands-free ways of carrying dead turkeys.
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