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    Spike
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    Default Oklahoma or Kansas Outfitter Recommendations?

    Title says it all. Trying to plan a last minute hunt for this spring to Kansas or Oklahoma. Will not have the time needed to scout and hunt public this year. Recommendations?

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    Where ever you go do your homework well, this late a really good outfitter with openings is tough. Any certain area of state or are you open to anywhere such as eastern Ks has easterns are you looing more toward rio and Okl has several restrictions on how many you can kill in certain counties

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    Conyers outdoors has a good operation in Kansas and Nebraska.

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    try this:

    http://www.ultimateturkeyhunting.com/

    they sure have a lot of outfitters listed for many states.

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    I don't know first hand, but I know Kansas has a lot of public opportunities for DIY hunts. I have a couple of friends who have had great success. They also have a program where farmers allow the public to walk in and hunt.

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    No clue about turkeys but the WIHA (walk in hunting access) in Kansas is pretty awesome
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    Quote Originally Posted by wcjones View Post
    No clue about turkeys but the WIHA (walk in hunting access) in Kansas is pretty awesome
    Or at least it used to be numbers are down now you used to be able to go and tag out every year but the internet has ruined that birds are so visible not all that hard to kll and the pressure has taken toll they are reducing fall tags for this reason last I heard plus considering some other things the drop off in population is considerable in some areas

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    Quote Originally Posted by GobblinNC View Post
    Title says it all. Trying to plan a last minute hunt for this spring to Kansas or Oklahoma. Will not have the time needed to scout and hunt public this year. Recommendations?
    Check PM I sent you name for Okl his hunts are pretty much slam dunk

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    Quote Originally Posted by turkeyfoot View Post
    Check PM I sent you name for Okl his hunts are pretty much slam dunk
    I appreciate the info but i didn't get the PM

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    Well, I have spent alot of time in Kansas [alot of it on WIHA land] and there are always turkey around.
    But if I wanted to just kill a few gobblers, I would stop in Missouri on the way to Kansas.

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