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HCU works with a couple outfitters and ranchers that offer trespass fee spring gobbler hunts in both Nebraska and Kansas. These are for the turkey hunter that prefers to hunt on his own and do his own calling. The properties have high numbers of birds and past success has typically been near 100%, with the exception of any extreme weather conditions.

This northwest Nebraska rancher/outfitter will allow you to hunt 4 days on his private property for two Merriam gobblers for only $600. Success has continued to be 100% and all HCU customers have been very satisfied and have taken many mature toms. Hunters stay at a local motel and eat in restaurants at their own expense. An effective way to hunt this big country is glassing and locating birds and then hiking to them. He normally only takes about 6 to 8 hunters total per year on his 4,000 private-acres. The area is known as Pine Ridge country and has big ponderosa pines and canyons making this a very beautiful area to hunt turkeys. Hunts run from about April 15 to May 20 and early hunts could be cold. He prefers groups of 4 or less. HCU’s Bob Wodzisz has been on this property. Hunt TU327.  Pictures from this Hunt.


We work with another Merriam outfitter in central Nebraska along the North Platte River. He is priced at $600 for 2 birds and has over 9,000 private-acres. Depending on the date you choose he may have a cabin available for lodging at a very minimal cost, but you will need a group of 4 or more to secure this price. He runs fully outfitted hunts for $995 that includes lodging and meals and you can add a calling guide for $300. 
Hunt TUNEUN565 Pictures from this Hunt.


We have a Kansas outfitter that controls over 24,000 private-acres that is willing to give you 4 hunting days for only $600 for 2 birds. You can stay at a local motel and do your own restaurant meals. This property has both Eastern and Rio turkeys. Properties are just outside Manhattan in northeastern Kansas. He also offers lodging and meals for an additional $395.  HCU consultants Bob Wodzisz and Cliff Graham have taken birds here. Hunt TUKSUN565.  Pictures from this Hunt.



Success continues to be 100% on at least one bird on this bargain priced Rio Grande hunt.  $1,350 INCLUDES 2 gobblers, nice lodging, meals, guiding and AIRPORT PICKUP! The outfitter operates on a nice private ranch about 40 miles south of San Angelo. He offers three 2 ½-day full service hunts starting the first weekend of April and goes to the end of the month.

Hunters can choose their own style of hunting and have a choice of utilizing a guide or hunting on their own. Some hunters prefer to just hike and call, commonly referred to as run and gun, while others would rather hunt over feeders or water areas as the birds will visit these places daily. The outfitter knows the roost sites and can direct you to an area that holds birds. The spring of 2012 produced a fantastic hatch and mature gobbler numbers will be very high for the spring of 2014. This outfitter hunts his properties very lightly and only plans on taking about 10 hunters in 2014, so be prepared for plenty of action. If you are serious about a Rio hunt plan it for spring of 2014, you won’t be disappointed. San Angelo airport pickup.
Hunt TU233.  Pictures from this Hunt.



This outfitter has over 30,000 private-acres northwest of North Platte in central Nebraska with over 8 miles of riverbottom and another camp with 70,000 private-acres half an hour to the east with 10 miles of riverbottom, both Merriam turkey havens. Last spring over the course of the season they had about 25 hunters and all took their birds except for one hunter that missed 3.  He offers 3-day hunts priced at $995 that includes 2 birds, nice ranch house lodging, meals and airport pickup in North Platte or fly into Denver and rent a car for the 3 hour drive. If you want a guide it is an additional $300.
Hunt TUNE565.  Pictures from this Hunt.



Here are 3 Kansas outfitters that offer Rio and Eastern turkey hunts at a very affordable price.  Spring of 2013 was extremely tough for most early turkey hunters due to the very cold temperatures with above normal rainfall. These Kansas birds are very vocal and extremely callable. Success has typically been exceptionally high on these hunts.  HCU consultants Bob Wodzisz and Cliff Graham have been on two of the properties.

The first outfitter took 10 guided hunters in 2013 and they took about 18 gobblers. He has 25,000 acres of private property with nice lodge accommodations and meals. 2 ½-day guided hunts are priced at $1,295 and include airport pickup in Manhattan or if you don’t need a calling guide the price is only $995.
Hunt TU565.  Pictures from this Hunt.


The second Kansas outfitter hosted 15 hunters last spring and they took 20 gobblers. 3 day fullservice hunt for $1,200 includes accommodations, meals, cable TV and airport pickup. Hunters fly into Kansas City or Manhattan where they are picked up. He normally runs 3 hunts from April 9 to May 5. 
Hunt TU662
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The third outfitter located in southeastern Kansas only charges $900 for a 2 ½ day hunt and last spring hosted 25 hunters and a few missed on the early hunts, but later hunters filled their tags. Price includes lodging, meals and a guide if needed. Hunt TU316.  Pictures from this Hunt.


We work with 2 Florida outfitters that have been traditionally 100 percent success past years on everything. We have hunted with both of them and they have the best Osceola hunting Florida has to offer. If you have never hunted gators out of an air-boat on the swamps at night you are missing a great adventure. Everything from chasing hogs with hounds to fishing some prime Florida waterways, this trip is bargain priced for the memories it will create.

This outfitter is located only 40 miles south of Orlando and this hunt is easily combined with a family vacation at Disney. He offers turkey hunts from March 18 to April 23 priced at $2,200 for 3 days on 25,000 private acres and you can add a hog for $200. Success has run 95% with 100% opportunity on mature gobblers. This hunt is in high demand so book early or expect to book at least a year in advance.

Hog hunts are $250 for the first day and $100 per additional day with kill fees of $100 for a meat hog and $150 for trophy boars. You can sit at blinds, spot and stalk or use hounds.

Gator hunting is a very fun and exciting sport.  It can be done with the use of airboats at night with archery gear or spears. Rifles and a swamp buggy are used mostly in the day.

He offers 2 gator packages:

$1,500 gets you 3 hunting days for any gator up to 9-foot or 3 days and a trophy gator over 9-foot for $3,200. He has had hunters take gators over 12-foot and there back measures over 3-foot wide.  Wild hogs can be added for inexpensive trophy fees.  This outfitter is an accomplished archer and offers all his hunts with either bow or gun. Hunt HG148.  Pictures from this Hunt.


Another top Osceola outfitter located near Okeechobee offers his 4-day turkey hunt for $2,500 and you can take one hog at no cost as long as you take the meat home. They have a real nice operation with very comfortable cabins in a great setting in the woods.

They normally harvest 30 to 35 long beards every spring and if you cripple a bird and do not find it your hunt is over.

Hog hunting package for 2 days and 2 nights is $675 and includes two hogs, additional hogs are $175.

Gator hunts on 8 to 9 foot gators are $1,500, 9 to 10 foot $2,500, 10 to 11 foot $3,500, 11 to 12 foot $4,500, over 12 foot $5,500, plus $250 for lodging and meals. Gator and hog combos make a great trip.

He also offers several packages, such as a 6 to 8-FOOT GATOR PLUS A HOG, 2 NIGHTS LODGING, MEALS, LICENSE, TAG AND GUIDE FOR ONLY $1500 IN SEPTEMBER OR OCTOBER. Nice cabin accommodations and hunters fly into Orlando or Ft. Meyers and rent a car.
Hunt HG863.  Pictures from this Hunt.


This outfitter operates in central Saskatchewan near the famous Quill Lakes area, well known for major flights of snow and blue geese, lesser Canadians and cacklers, sandhill cranes and many species of ducks. They operate out of a nice lodge with bird cleaning facilities and kennels are available for the hunter wanting to bring along his favorite retriever. Meals are home cooked with all the trimmings.

Typically you go out to field hunt the mornings out of layout blinds. Back to the lodge for lunch and a short nap and then back out for more geese or ducks either in one of the many nearby swamps or field shoot some mallards.  Ducks can include redheads, canvasbacks, green and blue winged teal, shouvlers, widgeons, pintails and gadwalls. They use over 350 full body snow and blue geese decoys, along with some Canadian greater and lesser decoys.  Daily limits of up to 20 geese and 8 ducks per day, along with some sandhill cranes keeps your day interesting. Hunts are normally conducted late September and early October and packages are either 3 days that include 3 morning shoots and 2 evening shoots priced at $2,100 or 5 days for 5 mornings and 4 evenings at $3,000. Price includes lodging, meals, guide, decoys and blinds. Not included are shells, $145 license, bird cleaning or 5% GST tax. Shells can be ordered ahead of time at the local sporting goods store near the operation. Hunters fly into Saskatoon or Regina and rent a car for the 2 hour drive to the lodge. HCU’s Cliff Graham and some friends have hunted with this outfit.
Hunt GS855.
  Pictures from this Hunt.