Some hunting techniques and advice on cooking wild turkey from two time Grand Slam winner Wayne Pearson. I like decoys not early in the season, a little bit later and I'll use decoy sometimes a decoy, a little bird come on in when I hang up. So all that being said, that's what I like to do. Now, at the end of the day, when I've taken my bird and I go andI breast him out, then I'll take that breast and wash it off really good, clean it, take all the outside membrane and slice it into strips, soak it in buttermilk, use a deep fat fryer, put it in self raising flour, salt and pepper it and cook it until it floats at about two minutes more. It is to die for. Unbelievable how good it taste. So that's my turkey hunt right there. I've done the Grand Slam multiple times. I've done it twice and you know, double grand slam in one year, several times. But if you don't want to be infatuated or something, don't ever start turkey hunting. I'm telling you right now. It's my first love, my passion, I love to turkey hunt. And I've loved my experiences turkey hunting with Wayne.