Turkey Sounds - Different Turkey Calls
On this page I am assuming you are new to turkey hunting and haven't learnt how to use you turkey call kit yet (If you don't have a kit yet I recommend you get a Turkey Starter Kit to learn the basics) you can also check out our turkey calls page to learn about the various tools used to make turkey sounds. Once you have a kit start practicing the calls below and you will be attracting turkeys like never before. Each call is useful and can be a powerful asset on your next turkey hunt.
Fly Down Crackle: Used in the early morning to make a gobbler believe a hen has just landed at your location.
Cluck: The cluck consists of one or more short, unconnected notes. Use this call to reassure a gobbler that everything is OK!
Cutt: A Cutt is a series of fast, erratic... cutts? It's abrupt that can be heard at great distances.
Gobble: Male wild turkeys gobble most frequently in the spring to let the hens know they are in the area and ready for action.
Kee Kee Run: This call simulates a lost young wild turkey!
Yelp: The yelp is a must learn turkey call. It a series of single note vocalizations run together and often followed by other sounds.
Owl: Locator call. The owl call is used most often in the morning to locate roosted gobblers.