By 03/23/2014 Read More →

Turn it Up!

Hunting Grounds

Ed and I set our alarm to wake up at five o'clock this morning so that we could go out and listen for turkeys.  Yes, theTotal Turkey Turmoil is going strong at our house today!  I didn't realize how difficult it would be to capture the turkey talk on camera until this morning but I did the best I could do with my point and shoot Nikon camera.  Get your earphones out or turn your volume up and ENJOY! 

Nothing like listening to turkeys talking for a few hours to get your blood pumping!  I hope you enjoyed listening to the turkey talk.  Stay tuned for more Total Turkey Turmoil stories in the near future!

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Amy Sward

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Hello, my name is Amy and I have lived in Central Pennsylvania all of my life. I was born into a family of outdoorsmen, hunting and fishing have always been part of my life. My dad started taking me hunting with him when I was a little girl. He also taught me how to fish for trout in local creeks. The first day of deer season and the first day of trout season were like holidays in our household.

My grandfather enjoyed trapping and as a teenager I often went along with him to check the traps. Raccoons, red fox, and grey fox were harvested from the traps in the woods and muskrats were harvested from the traps by the Juniata River. I have many fond memories of trapping with my grandfather.

I have enjoyed hunting small game and hunting whitetail deer in rifle season over the years. This year I am branching out and trying some new things. I went duck hunting in January and enjoyed it very much. I went spring gobbler hunting in May and loved it! I purchased a crossbow and will be entering the woods for white-tailed deer during archery season for the first time in October.

I enjoy sharing my love of the outdoors with my family. Camping and kayaking are popular activities. I love to hunt and fish with my three nephews and my grandson. My two granddaughters enjoy fishing and hopefully they will show interest in hunting in the future. They love to go spotlighting for deer, and hopefully someday they will love to go hunting for them also.

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