10 Best Sight For Turkey Hunting
Updated on: June 2023
Best Sight For Turkey Hunting in 2023
TRUGLO Red Dot Dual-Color Sight 30mm Gobble-Dot APG
TRUGLO Pro-Series Magnum Gobble-Dot Sight 1/4, Red/Green (TG944A)
- Our ultimate turkey sight. All-steel construction.
- Securely mounts to your rib without tape or magnets.
- Front diameter is .029"; rear diameter is .035".
- Endorsed by the national wild turkey federation.
- Fits most Charles Daly and Remington models.
TRUGLO TG94D Gobble-Dot Universal Dual
- Our original turkey sight in dual color
- Fits all ventilated rib shotguns regardless of width or tapering
- Extremely low profile
Williams Universal Slugger Fire Sight Set
- Adjustible for windgage and elevation
- High-visibility fiber optics
- Improved low-light visibility
- CNC machined high grade aluminum
- Perfect for turkey, deer and personal protection
HIVIZ TriViz Fiber Optic Turkey Sight
- Hi-Viz TriViz turkey and deer combo
- Adjustable rear sight
- Fits shotguns with 1/4" to 3/8" wide vent ribs with removable front bead
- Shoot Better with bright sights
- Great for turkey and deer
- Front and rear Turkey sight
- Mounts on any vent-ribbed shotgun with removable front bead
- Includes 4 green LitePipes
- Fully adjustable for windage and elevation
- HiViz recommends gunsmith installation for all dovetail sights. Due to manufacturing tolerances, some firearms may require additional fitting.
TRUGLO Magnum Gobble-Dot Xtreme Sight
- Each model easily snaps over rib without need for screws.
- Front diameter is .060"; rear diameter is .035".
- Endorsed by the National Wild Turkey Federation.
TRUGLO TRUBEAD Universal Series 3 Dot Sights for Ventilated Rib Shotguns
- The industry's most popular fiber-optic turkey sight series-now with DUAL-COLOR front sight option
- Universal mounting system for ventilated rib shotguns with ribs up to 3/8"
- Front sight includes different sized "clips" to eliminate twisting; full windage and elevation adjustment; CNC-machined
- Hardware included; includes two interchangeable rear sights; endorsed by The National Wild Turkey Federation
- Model TG950XD, front diameter is 0.12", rear diameter is 0.035"; Model TG950X, front diameter is 0.06", rear diameter is 0.035
TRUGLO Red-Dot Sight 30mm Realtree APG
- Unlimited eye relief; Wide field of view
- Flip-up lens caps with lanyard system (included on all models except TG8030P)
- Lightweight and easy to mount; Integrated weaver-style mounting system
- Ideal for shotguns, handguns, rifles, muzzleloaders, airguns, and crossbows
- Rheostat controlled 5-MOA red-dot reticle; Click windage and elevation adjustments; Includes 3V-CR2032 battery
Dead Ringer DR4317 Duck Buster
- The base is made of T-6 Aircraft-grade aluminum
- The orange ring is molded from optical lexan and incorporates large compass points for trouble-free viewing and easy target acquisition
- This sight is fully adjustable for windage and elevation
- Designed with the perfect built in lead
- The orange ring is molded from optical Lexan and incorporates large compass points for trouble free viewing and easy target acquisition
- Fully adjustable for windage and elevation with the simple turn of a key
- The primary objective of this sight is to force the shooter to anchor their position with the correct posture on the weapon during engagement
- Serves as a tool for newcomers to the sport and helped seasoned veterans to re-focus on the core principals of shooting when years habit have taken over
Alpine Innovations Slicker Sight Guard Crossbow Scope Housing, Waterproof Hunting Gear, Sportsman Archery Accessories, Camo Wrap - Bow Sight (Alpine Mountain Camo)
- GREAT FOR ALL HUNTING TRIPS: Our bow scope covering is the perfect addition to any archery/hunting tool set. Whether you are hunting deer, ducks (waterfowl), elk, turkeys, coons, pheasant, doves, pigs, or hogs your sight will stay protected and clean. Whether you hunt in the mountains, forests, or other locations, your bow sight pins will be protected whether you have 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, or 7 pins.
- HIGH-QUALITY EQUIPMENT: Our camo scope covers are made of a heavy-duty, water-resistant material similar to neoprene to keep your scope’s optics clear and ready for use whether you are using your bow or compound bow for hunting or tactical purposes. No need to have low-quality bulky caps or other types of scope protection.
- PROTECT FROM WEATHER CONDITIONS: Our scope coat is the perfect addition to any set of bow equipment. It acts as a heavy-duty weather shield and blocks wind, rain, cold weather, and other natural conditions you may encounter when using your bow outdoors in the elements. It is easy to quickly place and remove with one hand. When not in use the cover wraps snuggly around the scope for storage.
- EASY STORAGE AND PROTECTION: Each of our 2 camo-patterned sight covers is fun, compact, and can be stored on your scope to save you space and make sure that it doesn’t get lost. This also makes your new camouflage sight shield easily accessible. It can also be stored in your bow case for easy access and compact storage with other items in your hunting accessories kit.
- UNIVERSAL FIT: Works with all bow scopes including Predator, Coyote, Drake, and Hawk brands. It also works with pistol, magnifier, and rangefinder scopes with or without lights. Can be used by men and women, boys and girls, children, youth, and adults. This makes it a cool gift for anyone. Able to stay securely in place.
Turkey Hunting Basics: Wild Turkey Facts and Terms
Here are the turkey hunting terms and facts that every turkey hunter should know.
An adult male turkey is called a gobbler or a tom. Adult male turkeys weight between about 15 to 32 pounds and average from 30 to 40 inches in height.
Gobblers have feathers colored brown and black (generally) with the tips being very dark black. Their breast feather are often very black with shining white ends. The wing feathers are a mix of black, brown, and pale tan.
Overall gobblers are shinier that female turkeys, a genetic trait meant to attract hens and warn off other gobblers.
Adult male toms have a beard hanging from their necks made of feathers (not hair as it might at first appears). A gobbler's beard grown 4 or 5 inches each year and can be used to estimate the age of the bird.
Gobblers have very long and thin legs with bony spurs. The spurs range from under a half-inch to over two inches and can also be used to estimate the age of the bird.
A gobbler's head has finely stubbled feathers although it appears bald from a distance. The colors of a gobbler's head are generally dark blue, light blue, white, and red. A goobler's head coloring can actually change given the mood of the bird.
An adult female turkey is called a hen. Hens are much smaller in size than the male turkey gobblers. Hens tend to weigh between 8 and 15 pounds, with 15 pounds being a very large hen. Hens are generally between 25 and 39 inches in height.
Hens have brown colored feather which are duller in appearance than those on a tom. A hen's feathers have dark brown tips. A hen has short grayish brown feathers on its head.
Young male turkeys are known as jakes. Young female turkeys are called jennies. Baby turkeys are known as poults.
Wild turkeys can be found in every state of the USA. There are six types of wild turkeys in the USA: the Rio Grande turkey, the Eastern turkey, the Ocellated turkey, the Merriam's turkey, the Osceola turkey, and the Gould's turkey. The main differences are feather color and general size.
Turkeys have a wildly varied diet when it comes to food. Turkeys eat insects, plants, grubs, berries, and nuts among other things. They often use their feet and legs to unearth food from the ground.
Turkeys spend their nighttime hours roosting in trees and they hunt for food during the day. While searching for food they create scratchings on the ground which you can read when turkey hunting.
Turkeys spend most of their time together in small flocks especially during the winter months. Winter flocks can be huge with fifty or more bird. That's one of the reasons turkey hunting is closed in most states during this time.
Turkeys mate in the spring, with the hens laying eggs that will be fertilized by the toms. It is during this time that the male toms make their famous gobbling sound.
Wild turkeys (unlike domesticated birds) can fly short distances at speeds of up to 55 mph.