My buddy Cally Morris, owner of Hazel Creek Taxidermy and host of the popular online webisode The 15-Yard Files, is a master at running and gunning turkeys with a bow, and I've learned a lot while hunting with him over the past few springs. Bowhunting turkeys without a blind is highly dependent on good decoys, but every single piece of the puzzle must come together just right. Your setup and placement of those decoys must be precise, because you must position the gobbler perfectly in order to draw your bow. And the draw must be timed just right. Do that, and it's amazing what you can get away with, sitting in the "wide open." That's what this video, partially filmed with a bow-mounted Tactacam during Nebraska's 2014 early archery season, is all about.