Outfitter #164

Kansas/Nebraska Turkey Hunting Outfitter

Or Call: 1-800-346-8747

Description

This action-packed turkey hunt takes place on several thousand acres of private land in Northwest Kansas and South-Central Nebraska. This is home to some of the highest density of turkeys anywhere in the US. If you're a bow hunter, take advantage of the early archery only season, which kicks off in late March. It’s an exciting time of year to bow hunt turkeys, and it's not uncommon to have long beards strut right into your decoys. They do their homework and will have several strategically placed blinds set in key areas. A typical day starts early on a spring turkey hunt in Kansas and Nebraska. After your wake up call, some hot coffee and a light breakfast you'll be heading to the woods. This can be a fully guided hunt, or if you prefer, your guide will turn you lose to hunt on your own. #164


Price

$1,650 Archery Hunts

$1,800 Gun Hunts

(includes one bird in Kansas, one in Nebraska)

You may harvest a 3rd bird (in Kansas or Nebraska) for $600 plus additional permit.

Hunt can be booked in groups of 1 or 4 hunters.

Dates

Archery-only hunts begin in late March/Early April and run approx. two weeks.

Archery/Shotgun hunts begin mid April and run through end of May.

Week day hunts are from Monday afternoon through Thursday morning.

Weekend hunts are Friday through Sunday

3-4 day hunts

Included
Lodging, Meals, In-Field Transportation, and Infield Trophy Care
Excluded
Shipping of Meat/Trophy, Meat Processing, Airfare, and Gratuities
Transportation

Fly to Denver, CO, rent a vehicle, and drive four hours to the lodge near Norcatur, KS.

Sample Itinerary
(Based on a full three day hunt)

Day 1: Depart home and fly to Denver, CO rent a car and drive to camp near Norcatur, Kansas.

Days 2-4: Turkey hunt.

Day 5: Depart camp and begin your trip home.

Approximate License & Tag(s) Cost

You will need to purchase both a Kansas and Nebraska license and tags. Purchase online prior to arrival.

Physical Requirement Level

Level 1 - These hunts are mostly farm or ranch hunts from stands or blinds. Includes substantial use of 4x4 pickups and/or ATVs. Mostly whitetail deer hunts are in this category.

Additional Information
Approach: Spot and Stalk,Ground Blind.
Equipment: Automobile,ATV/UTV.

Archery-only hunts begin in late March/early April and run approx. two weeks.

Archery/Shotgun hunts begin mid April and run through end of May.

Week day hunts are from Monday afternoon through Thursday morning.

Weekend hunts are Friday through Sunday