Wild Turkey Hunting Packages
Wisconsin Zones 1, 4 and 6
Spring in Wisconsin means turkey hunting season. Wisconsin has a six week turkey season from late April through most of the month of May. Turkey mating season is in full-swing and they are extremely active this time of year. Snow and ice are replaced with lush earth and the sound of turkeys gobbling in the cool, crisp air.
Our turkey hunts are fully or partially guided, depending upon your preference. In addition, we run a variety of turkey decoys, blinds and other set-ups.
We also have expert callers on staff if you are not comfortable calling in your bird.
There are lodging and accommodations available in all of the zones that we hunt, and we will be more than happy to help make arrangements for you.
Clients should pattern their gun prior to arrival so they are familiar with their effective range.
Arrangements can be made to pattern your gun when you arrive in camp, as well.
If you happen to take a bird early, we can take you for a day of great spring fishing, shed hunting, or morel mushroom hunting.
Below is what our typical turkey hunting packages include. Want something special? Call for special packages and pricing …. 715-332-5670 and ask for Jake.
Flambeau Forest Outfitters will provide:
· Scouting and calling of turkeys
· Chairs and stools
· Shotgun shells provided if necessary
What to Bring:
· Wisconsin turkey license, turkey stamp and permit (carcass tag)
· Camouflage clothing (light and heavy) depending on weather
· Camouflage hat and face mask
· Rain gear
Guide Trip Packages:
· 2½ day hunt: $275.00 per day / 1 client
· $475.00 per day / 2 clients
· 50% deposit required
· Maximum 2 clients per guide please
· Cash, check or money orders accepted
If you are hunting in Wisconsin for the first time, or just not familiar with the licensing process, there are a few ways to receive a tag.
The deadline for turkey applications is always December 10th. If you did not apply or did not receive a tag, extra permits will be sold on a first come first serve basis in mid-late March.