Episode 03: Turkey Takedowns

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Bowhunting turkeys at it’s finest! Josh Sturgill is covered up in birds in Tennessee, Tyler Rector bowhunts Kentucky birds in the rain and Tom Alford stays frosty while bowhunting turkeys in the April snow.

As always, the best real-world bowhunting video action is right here on Bowhunt or Die!

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  1. Daryl Baertlein says:

    I’m getting the same error loading message as others have. First time it’s happened in nine years. Using my iPad as I always have and rebooted it and still nothing. Help, I need my BHOD.

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    • developer says:

      What platform are you using? Youtube, Apple TV, etc.

      Reply
  2. Daryl Baertlein says:

    I click on email notice that you send me announcing new episodes which takes me to your website. I can’t open anything for season nine. Never happened before-doing same as I always have. Thanks

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    • developer says:

      It seems like our website is having issues with people watching the show on Apple products. We’ll look into it, but it should work on Youtube.

      Reply
  3. I’m getting error loading media: could not play file. The platform is your website and it’s on my IPhone 7. Never had this issue before until season 9 episode 3

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    • developer says:

      Looks like our website isn’t working properly on some Apple products. Try watching it on Youtube, and we’ll look into the issue with our website.

      Reply

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