10 Best Turkey Hunting Vest
Updated on: May 2023
Best Turkey Hunting Vest in 2023
ALPS OutdoorZ NWTF Grand Slam Turkey Vest Standard, Mossy Oak Obsession
ALPS OutdoorZ NWTF Super Elite 4.0 Turkey Vest, M/L, Mossy Oak Bottomland
- Removable 2. 5 inch thick fold-away seat offers versatility and extra comfort
- Quiet cotton liner and mesh panels help stay as soundless as possible throughout the duration of your hunts
- Organize a variety of calls, strikers and hunting accessories inside one of the 22 total pockets
- Equipped with a blood-proof breathable game bag for your next successful hunt
- Weight: 3 lbs. , chest size range Medium/Large: 38" - 44"
Knight & Hale KHT0065 Run N' Gun 200-Turkey Vest Frame, Realtree Edge Frame
- 10-Point adjustment System for a custom fit for man, woman, or child. Always perfect for any body type, size, or age
- Fits close in the midsection eliminates the bagginess and looseness of other vests, so you won't get caught on limbs
- Carries Everything without weighing you down. The lightest turkey vest on the market, just over 1.5 pounds
- Cinching seat System holds the removable six-layer cushion against your butt for hands-free sitting or cinches out of the way for trekking
Mossy Oak Longbeard Elite Turkey Hunting Vest, Turkey Vest for Hunting with Seat
- LIGHTWEIGHT AND DURABLE: Combines comfort, quality, and convenience with all of the features turkey hunters require. It’s lightweight (3 lbs) and fully adjustable with 2 buckles in the front and 4 total side adjustment straps for a custom fit.
- DETACHABLE SEAT: Features a 2" dense foam detachable cushion for lasting comfort with matching camo top side and a vinyl waterproof bottom. Two front buckles were added to quickly secure the cushion to either side of the hunter while on the run.
- COMFORTABLE & FUNCTIONAL: Full width upper back pad, padded shoulders, blood proof game bag with side zippers and adjustable top buckle, two d-loops for lanyards, two front adjustable fasten buckles, and safety orange flagging with storage pouch.
- 14 POCKETS: 1 box call | 2 striker | 2 pot call | 2 upper large zippered pouch | 1 lower zippered pouch with 5 shell loops | 1 Thermocell | 2 upper quick access mesh | 2 large inner zipper pouches | 1 outer quick access left zippered pocket.
- ADJUSTABLE FIT: Fits sizes Medium-3X (40"-56" Chest) | Available in popular Mossy Oak spring & vintage camo patterns: Bottomland, Obsession, Greenleaf, Original Bottomland and Original Treestand
ALPS OutdoorZ Grand Slam Standard, Mossy Oak Bottomland
- Comfortably sit anywhere in the woods with a removable kickstand frame paired with a 3" memory foam seat
- Adjustable legs and large swivel feet helps with stability and prevents you from sinking into the ground
- Organize your calls and strikers in a variety of different sized pockets strategically placed throughout the vest
- Fully equipped for your next successful hunt, this vest has a large game bag and a blaze safety flag
- Weight with frame: 6 lbs. 14 oz. , Weight without frame: 4 lbs. 6 oz.
- Included Components: Hunting Vest
- Material Type: Polyester
Hunters Specialties H.S. Strut Turkey Vest, Realtree Xtra Green, Large/X-Large
- Multiple pockets for Calls, shells and accessories
- Large rear access pocket to carry decoys or a harvested turkey
- Big cheeks foam seat attached in the rear for comfort
- Adjustable padded shoulder straps & Adjustable sternum & waist straps
- Durable 300 D fabric. Vest size: Large/X-Large
Beard Buster Deluxe Turkey Vest, Camo
- Cushion seat 2 inch thick
- Pockets for box Calls, slates, and striker
- Rear Bird/decoy pouch with pull out orange safety flag
- Pockets for headnet and gloves
ALPS OutdoorZ NWTF Impact Turkey Vest Standard, Mossy Oak Obsession
- Noise reduction fabric specifically designed to help you stay as soundless as possible in the woods
- Sit-anywhere, removable seat design with easy adjustable straps to accommodate a variety of sizes
- Removable front pocket with shoulder strap for run and gun style hunts
- Fully equipped with a variety of call and striker pockets, shell loops and game bag
- Weight: 3 lbs. 15 oz. ; one size fits most
Primos Rocker Vest, Realtree Xtra Green, X-Large/XX-Large
- Molded pot call and box call pockets keeps your calls protected
- Waterproof cell phone pocket you can use your phone in
Primos Gobbler Vest, Realtree Xtra Green, Medium/Large
- Molded pot call pockets; hold two pot calls each
- Mouth call purse pockets
Preschool Thanksgiving Game: The Great Turkey Hunt
Its Thanksgiving Day and the turkey has gone missing. The Pilgrims and Indians have to go search for their Thanksgiving feast. Great search and response game for Preschool through first grade.
Learning about the First Thanksgiving
We read books like: Pilgrims First Thanksgiving , The Very First Thanksgiving Day (Book), Caillou's Happy Thanksgiving, Thanks for Thanksgiving, Ten Fat Turkeysand visited the National Geographic Kids website to get the children excited about the holiday. We turn math into pumpkin pie addition and subtraction, science into learning about turkeys and other forest animals that the Natives used as a food source, and language becomes a mix of English woods translated into the language of the Wampanoag people.
The Monday before Thanksgiving Day, we make our paper Indian and pilgrim costumes. This is the highlight for November in my class. They will wear their paper costumes while playing the Great Turkey Hunt game. On Tuesday they make noodle necklaces to "exchange" as gifts just like the Native Americans did with the Pilgrims. By Wednesday of Thanksgiving week the class is prepared for the Great Turkey Hunt. This is a great game for this day because many schools let out early for the Thanksgiving holiday.
How to Play the Great Turkey Hunt
Have your class dress in their Indian and Pilgrim costumes. Divide them into two groups (Indians and Pilgrims) and have them set on opposite sides of the long "Thanksgiving Feast" table. Explain to the children that they have come together because the Indians want to share their food because winter is coming and the Pilgrims didn't have enough to eat. The only problem is that the turkey has gone missing!
The "turkey" has left clues behind as it went into hiding. Before the day of the game I had another teacher dress up in a turkey costume. I took photos of the "turkey" reading a book, playing on the playground, sitting in class, ect, to include with each clue note left for the children. I used card stock cut outs of chicken feet prints to lead us to our "clues". While the children were dressing up, my assistant placed the prints in the hallway in a confusing pattern as to where both groups would have to take a different path to find the "turkey".
Once the groups are split up searching for the "turkey" they will look for other "turkey feet prints" on doors, windows, objects, ect; where they will find a note with a photo left by the "turkey leading them to the next clue.
Examples of the notes are: "Gobble gobble, you can't catch me! I'm too busy reading 'I can count to three'."-ask the children where the turkey could be reading a book... the library! Go to the library to find the next clue. Or, "Gobble gobble, Mrs. (teacher's name)'s class is so much fun. I think I'll go learn about the warm hot sun'."- have a desk turned on its side with a few feathers lying around it when the children go to investigate to make it look like the turkey had been there. The more creative you get with each clue station, the more fun the game becomes for the children.
The last clue should give them a riddle about a great feast. It should lead both groups back to their classroom at the same time. There are no winners or losers to this game... unless you are talking about the turkey, lol.
While the children have been out on the Great Turkey Hunt, their long "Thanksgiving Feast" table has been set for lunch by the cafeteria staff or parent volunteer. They will come back into the classroom and see the feast awaiting them!
This is such a fun game. My students never get tired of playing it. It can be adapted to fit almost any holiday or event by changing the costumes, clues, and ending result (the feast). It also works great for the story of the Little Gingerbread Boy.