We received many photos and stories from hunters using Wasp broadheads on turkey hunts this spring. Below are photos and comments from successful turkey hunters and what they have to say about Wasp turkey hunting broadheads. Congrats to all the hunters!
"Wasp Queen broadheads continue to give me success in the field. On the first day of youth turkey season, my dad and I were set up in a double bull ground blind early Saturday morning. Turkeys started flying down, but were not interested in our calling or our decoy. We started calling once more and had three different gobblers answer. Finally, one gobbler started making his way toward the decoy, when all of a sudden two more gobblers appeared and ran the first gobbler off. While at full strut, they started making their way towards our setup. They were at 25 yards when I shot my first arrow right under the biggest gobbler. I reached for another arrow as the turkeys stood there not know what just happened. I ranged him again at 20 yds and sent the second arrow right through the center of him. He ran maybe 10 yards before expiring. Thanks again for continuing to make the best broadhead for woman available!"
"Hammered by a Wasp!! Same broadhead as last year`s deer! Clean pass-through!!"
Brook, one of the biggest Wasp fans we know, killed this bird with a Jak-Hammer:
James arrowed this turkey with a Wasp Z-Force:
“My 2013 gobbler taken with the new Queen broadhead. Thanks Wasp for making a broadhead for us girls!! 19 1/2lb, 10" beard and a 6" smile on my face.”
These are some of the Turkeys shot with a Wasp broadhead this spring. If you have a story to tell us, be sure to enter in the Built By America™ contest. Click here to share your story and a chance at winning some great Wasp prize packages!