Our spring gobbler season opens on March 15 and our guides have been anxiously awaiting the start of the season to call a bird in for you. Because of the abundance of long-beards, hunters are allowed to harvest one bird for each day of their hunt. State law limits the number of gobblers killed in a season to five.
Morning hunts take place with a guide who can call your gobbler for you if you wish. A guide is necessary to allow you to cover as much ground during your hunt to chase down the elusive old Tom. After lunch, you may hunt food plots or blinds on your own or hunt a wild boar.
For more information, or to book your hunt, please contact us today.