TURKEY HUNT INFORMATION
KANSAS SPRING TURKEY HUNTS (UNIT 3)
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David Kirkland (MS) - 2017
Most of our turkey hunts are for the Rio Grande species. However, on the Nebraska border we have large numbers of Eastern birds. Our hunting takes place in Unit 3. The hunting pressure in our areas is very light so we have large number of trophy longbeards that are not call-shy.
What Kansas Trophy Whitetails Provides On Your Hunt
Leased private property.
Two homestyle meals and a light lunch each day.
A target range for shooting your bow or shotgun after your trip.
Transportation from lodge to hunting grounds.
Ground blinds located in prime areas.
Taxidermist on site.
We will strive to give you a memorable & successful hunt.
What is Not Provided On Your Hunt
Licenses and tags.
Bows, arrows, shotguns, ammo, etc.
Personal items such as clothing, etc.
A guarantee that you will harvest a turkey.
Overall Details About Our Turkey Hunts
Our 3-day turkey hunts are fully-guided. We provide lodging, two homestyle meals and a light lunch each day, a target range for shooting your bow or shotgun, transportation to hunting grounds, ground blinds, and a taxidermist on site. Crossbows are legal equipment during the regular turkey season. The cost for the hunt is $850.00 for 1 bird, and $1000.00 for 2 birds. We also offer a self-guided 3-day hunt (includes lodging and meals) for 2 birds for $650.00. All fees are for professional outfitter services only. We require the total cost of the hunt due upon booking. Deposits are non-refundable. In addition, you must purchase a Kansas hunting license ($72.15), a primary turkey permit ($32.50), and, if needed, a secondary turkey permit ($22.50). A combo tag is also available (for $47.50) if purchased online before the season starts. A Kansas license can be obtained online at the Kansas Department of Wildlife & Parks website www.kdwp.state.ks.us. The permits can either be purchased through the Kansas Department of Wildlife & Parks by mail or purchased upon your arrival. If you were born after July 1, 1957, you must have a valid hunter's safety card in your possession. Tentative hunt dates are April 12 - May 31. (Dates subject to change by Kansas Department of Wildlife & Parks.)
Special Archery Only Hunts
We also offer special archery only turkey hunts. Dates are April 3-11. Prices and other details are the same as regular turkey hunts.
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