WE OFFER SOME OF THE BEST OSCEOLA WILD TURKEY HUNTING TO BE FOUND. FLORIDA TURKEY HUNTING IS A CHALLENGE BUT ALSO EXTREMELY REWARDING. YEAR ROUND FOOD PLOTS AND SUPPLEMENTAL FEEDING OF QUALITY HIGH PROTEIN, HIGH FAT FEEDS SUCH AS SUNFLOWERS MAKE OUR WILD TURKEYS A BIT MORE PREDICTABLE. SPRING FOOD PLOTS PRODUCE AN ABUNDANCE OF INSECTS TO MEET THE PROTEIN NEEDS OF POULTS, WHICH IN TURN GROW INTO LARGE, BEAUTIFUL OSCEOLAS.
WE OFFER FALL TURKEY HUNTING AND SPRING TURKEY HUNTING.
EACH GUEST IS TREATED TO ONE ON ONE ATTENTION.
OUR GROUNDS ENCOMPASS OVER 800 ACRES & ARE SURROUNDED BY OVER 5,000 ACRES OF NON HUNTED LAND. YOUR TURKEY HUNT WILL BE PRIVATE, QUIET & SECLUDED! TURKEY HUNTING IS EXTREMELY LIMITED.
*Blinds must be set up AT LEAST 100 yards from feeding stations.
*Taking of turkey hens is prohibited.
Shooting Hours: One-half hour before sunrise until sunset on private lands.
Daily Bag and Possession Limits: Bag and possession limits for turkey during the Spring Turkey Season are: daily limit one, season limit two, possession limit two.
Hunting Methods: All legal firearms including bows and arrows, muzzleloading guns, crossbows and handguns. Decoys may be used.
Prohibitions: Hunting turkeys with dogs, hunting turkeys after sunset, shooting turkeys while they are on the roost, the use of recorded turkey calls, taking by the aid of baiting or taking if the hunter is less than 100 yards from any game-feeding station.
Sex evidence: Positive evidence of sex identification, including the head, shall remain on deer taken or killed within the state and on all turkeys taken during any gobbler season when taking of turkey hens is prohibited, so long as such deer or turkey is kept in camp or forest or is enroute to the domicile of its possessor or until such deer or turkey has been cooked or stored at the domicile of its possessor.
Dividing carcasses: Deer and turkeys may be dismembered in field or camp, however tags must be attached to each portion identifying names, addresses and hunting license numbers of the persons who harvested them with date and location at which they were taken. These tags must be readily traceable to the portion of the animal bearing sex identification.
Transport of game: Game may be transported only as personal baggage in numbers consistent with possession limits. Common carriers may transport lawfully taken game in packages bearing owners names and addresses, as long as they are marked to show numbers and species of game contained.