National Wild Turkey Federation
Television Shoot

Witchita, Kansas – Dec. 18-20, 2007

“Eye on the Outdoors” Joins Rob Keck and NWTF “Turkey Call” television for a late season Wild turkey hunt with non stop strutting, gobbling and calling.

Hunters and crew experience every known vocalization of the Wild turkey; Wild Turkeys were in winter flocks of over 200 birds.

Ray worked both in front of the camera and behind the camera. Rob and Ray killed 3 turkeys each on camera, guest, guide/landowner, took 4 turkeys, making a total of 10 on camera kills!   (Rob Keck and Ray Eye both killed fall adult gobblers on camera.)

Ray Eye “on camera” gear:

Realtree Medalist clothing, Muck rubber boots, Hunter Specialties cap, face net, gloves, 2.5 mouth call, strut seat and HS Glass Witch and Slate Witch. 

Firearm:  Remington 11-87 Super Magnum SP-T Thumbhole.  Winchester 12 gauge ammunition, number five Extended range Turkey loads.

(Note: Before reviewing photos, hunters are allowed 4 turkey tags per person; all 4 birds can be taken on the same day.) 

Show Airtimes:
Mondays: 2 p.m.
Tuesdays: 7 a.m.
Thursdays: 7 p.m.
All times are Eastern Standard Time

In Kansas each hunter can take 4 wild turkeys, all in one day

Ray’s version of camping out during turkey hunt

Fall Gobbler hunting is the ultimate challange in turkey hunting

Bagging turkey meat for Christmas dinner

Christmas party in Kansas

Interview time

Lunch Break

Rob and Ray with last morning Jakes, both on camera kills

Preparing turkey meat for less fortunate Kansas families Christmas dinner

Rob dating tukey meat bags

Ray with his movie star fall Gobbler

Turkey call TV crew

Rob Keck and Ray Eye

Rob’s Fall Gobbler

Cameraman Joe Mole, Rob and Bill, the land owner

In airport along with Knasas mud going home for Christmas

Yet another airport

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