Hey guys, this spring will be my first turkey season. I've enjoyed deer hunting for a couple years and I decided I would try my hand at turkey hunting. I'm pretty excited about it, I've been practicing my calling pretty much daily for about 2 months. I'm getting fairly confident with my mouth call and all but thats not really what my question is about. A lot of people ask about calling techniques and different strategies but I haven't seen alot on preparing turkey's for the table. On just about every department of wildlife page there are brief descriptions of how to clean birds so I have a pretty good idea about the basics. I am planning on buying one of those turkey deep fryers here pretty soon so I want to pluck my bird (hopefully if i get one:tounge_out. My question is, do any of you have any special tips or tricks you have learned with experience on the easiest way to pluck a turkey? Anything and everything would be very helpful, I really want to learn everything I can before I head out to the woods. I wouldn't feel like a responsible hunter if I didn't know everything I could. Thanks for all your responces and good luck on all your upcoming turkey seasons!