A photo of Heath Wood

Heath Wood

Outdoor Writer & Traeger Grills Outdoor Pro
Heath Wood resides with his wife Faron and their son Carson in Mountain View, Missouri.
His writings have been published in many major hunting magazines such as Predator Xtreme, Bowhunting World, Gun Digest, Turkey Country, and Game and Fish. As well as several websites and blogs for over 15 years. His favorite topics include, but are not limited to deer, turkey, and predator hunting. 
 
Wood is a member of the Mossy Oak pro staff where he can often be found sharing tips and stories through his writings on MossyOak.com. He has also appeared on Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World TV, Hunters Specialties The Stuff of Legends, Hunters Specialties popular DVD series Cuttin' and Struttin', and NWTF's Turkey Call TV. Heath loves helping introduce newcomers to the sport of hunting and working with the youth in any way possible.
 
Wood also enjoys serving up delicious wild game recipes and trying to master his favorite BBQ dishes, many of which have been featured in hunting and fishing publications. 
 
This outdoor cooking passion has lead to Wood serving on the Traeger Grills Outdoors Pro Team.

Late Season Turkey-Hunting Tips

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One of the most drastic changes is the way your hunting area looks. In most locations, these changes happen quickly and are often noticeable from day to day. Perhaps you could see for several hundred yards on opening morning. Today, the area may be in full foliage, limiting visibility.

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What's In Your Turkey Vest?

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A turkey vest is essential to being a versatile turkey hunter. A good vest can organize and carry the calls, tools and other gear you'll need for success in any scenario spring gobbler may put you in.

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Coyote Hunting in the Extreme Cold

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We’ve established the unique circumstances that can lead to increased coyote-calling and hunting success during the extreme cold-weather period. But none of this matters if coyote hunters can’t dress warmly enough to stay in the field.

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