A coworker bagged a turkey last year and told me he still had the breasts in his freezer and didn't know a good way to cook them. I told him I'd try smoking them if he was just going to let them get freezer burned anyway. Soaked them in a salt/brown sugar brine for 24 hours, then trussed them up like a roast for uniform size/thickness and let sit open in fridge overnight to pelicate. Smoked them yesterday at 200° using apple wood smoke and occasionally mopping them with pure maple syrup untill they reached 160° internal. Let them rest to room temp and cut off a little chef's sample and WOW! delicious! Put them in the fridge to cool and will run them thru the slicer for cold cuts tonight. Giving 1/2 to co worker and keepimg the rest for myself. I've never turkey hunted....but now I'm thinking I should give it a try.