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Thread: Oklahoma or Kansas Outfitter Recommendations?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shadycove View Post
    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.
    Tis was at one time true and some areas still OK but there are lot that are not the state had discussions on either doing away with fall season or cutting spring to 1 tag neither passed for this year but it tells you the direction I read in last 10 years non res tag sales went up 500%. I know I've been in several areas of state and last year was poorest I've seen it since been going I remember back in early 2000's it really was to point of not being a challenge. Last spring I hit 12 WIHA before finding 1st mature bird

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    Quote Originally Posted by GobblinNC View Post
    I appreciate the info but i didn't get the PM
    sent it again with your time limits I can see using a outfitter some years you just gotta do hat gotta do time is always an issue I would really consider Texas though

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    Quote Originally Posted by turkeyfoot View Post
    sent it again with your time limits I can see using a outfitter some years you just gotta do hat gotta do time is always an issue I would really consider Texas though
    Thanks Turkeyfoot... May end up in Texas before season here comes in but was thinking about trying somewhere different.

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    Contact Mike Wheeler at Wheelers Whitetials'. He is covered up with turkeys and they need a thinning.

    http://www.wheelerswhitetails.com/contactmike.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arrowhead View Post
    Contact Mike Wheeler at Wheelers Whitetials'. He is covered up with turkeys and they need a thinning.

    http://www.wheelerswhitetails.com/contactmike.html
    he must have a ton of birds, the detail says the turkey hunts start and end at noon.

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    he must have a ton of birds, the detail says the turkey hunts start and end at noon.
    I've deer hunted with him several years and have always seen a lot of turkeys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arrowhead View Post
    I've deer hunted with him several years and have always seen a lot of turkeys.
    When was last time you were with them just for fun I looked them up nothing new on site since 2014 same with any review nothing recent

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    When was last time you were with them just for fun I looked them up nothing new on site since 2014 same with any review nothing recent
    I just hunted with them in November 2016. I see Mike putting more stuff on his Facebook Page than his website. But it was easier to put his website link.

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