Oklahoma Turkey Hunting

Turkey hunting is alive and well in Oklahoma.  Oklahoma wild turkey subspecies include he eastern wild turkey, the Rio Grande and the Merriam.  Hybridization of these subspecies is possible where their ranges overlap.  Huntable populations exist in all 77 Oklahoma counties and populations have exploded to the point where the state has some of the most generous turkey hunting seasons and limits in the entire nation.

Oklahoma Turkey Hunting Guides and Outfitters

Click on the links below to find a turkey hunting guide in Oklahoma:

 

608 Cedar Lane
Frederick, OK 73542
Triple H Hunting Lodge is truly a hunter's dream. . . located 13 miles northwest of Frederick, OK, only miles from the Texas border, in the heart of the best game country you'll have the pleasure to hunt. Over 6,000 acres of natural Southwest Oklahoma habitat. Native wild bird populations of dove, quail, turkey, geese, duck and sandhill crane are always abundant. Deer hunting is also available. Full kennel facilities. Great lodging and food. Airport transportation available. Call today for infor
Waynoka
Waynoka, OK 73860
Cimarron River Hunt Club offers guided hunts for whitetail, mule deer, turkey, antelope and waterfowl. We are based around Waynoka, Oklahoma, hunting a total of 5 counties in the area. We also offer unguided hunts and seasonal packages. Contact us today!
Rt. 1 Box 61
Cleo Springs, OK 73729
Drop Tine Guided Hunts offers fully guided hunts for trophy whitetail, Rio Grande turkeys, and quail in Woods County and Northwestern Major County in the areas surrounding the Cimarron River. The properties terrain ranges from river bottom tamaracks to rolling sand hills, sage brush, and plum thickets. We will also be hunting wheat, rye, and alfalfa fields that lie in the river bottoms. You will be hunting in some of Oklahoma's finest quail hunting areas. The hunts are all wild native to the are
18150 CR NS 234
Frederick, OK 73542
Hamm's offers year round hunting opportunities! We want your hunting experience to be a successful one, that is why we will design any hunt to fit your needs. We are located in southwest Oklahoma and have over 12,000 acres to hunt from.
PO Box 460
Verden, OK 73092
Located 45 min.sw of Oklahoma City we offer great quail,pheasant,chukar hunts on our hunting preserve.you can bring your dog or use our guide service we also have other guide service on 3000 ac. deer and turkeys hunts in the river bottoms with alfalfa,wheat,milo fields also one of oklahoma largest private wetland 640 ac. east of fort cobb lake and chickasha lake we offer some great duck and goose hunts. we are now book quial,pheasant and chukar for 2008. book while there is time.
PO Box 587
LAVERNE, OK 73848
Mt. Hide Outfitters is one of America's premier guide service for Whitetail deer. Established in 1998, we have over 10 years of experience and have become nationally known due to our success. If it's Whitetail you want, we'll help you get one!
Rt. 1 Box 179
Woodward, OK 73801
Featured in Sports Afield, Petersen's Hunting, and Oklahoma Today, Oklahoma's Northwest Hunts Guide Service has offered top-quality guided wild Bobwhite quail, whitetail deer, and Rio Grande turkey hunts, on 30,000+ privately owned acres, for over 20 years. Totally wild Bobwhite quail range throughout rolling hills, draws, sagebrush, plum thickets, and locust groves. Northwest Hunts was the selected Oklahoma guide service featured in Sports Afield's Special Report "America's 50 Best Outdoor Spor
Rt 1 Box 61
Chattanooga, OK 73528
Southwest Quail is located in Southern Oklahoma. We offer a variety of packages for deer hunting, spring turkey hunting, quail hunting and wild hog hunting in Oklahoma. Southwest Quail offers guided quail hunting in Oklahoma with professional hunting guides and trained hunting dogs. Hunting is available in or out of season.
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Mooreland, OK 73852
Open grassland mixed with plum thickets, oaks and red cedars plus feed plots and numerous watering holes provides optimum game habitat for upland game birds, pheasant, quail, chukar, deer, dove and turkey. Every effort is made to insure each hunter a full bag and a great day in the field. All guided hunting includes hearty meals, dogs if needed (at no extra charge), and bird processing. Lodging is available. Gun rentals and gift certificates are also available. Directions from Mooreland: 3 miles
1329 Maple Street
Alva, OK 73717
Welcome to White Horse Creek Guided Hunts. We have over 21,000 acres of prime Northwestern Oklahoma hunting land where Whitetail Deer and wild Rio Grande Turkeys are abundant. Our hunts have high success on trophy animals and are fully guided affairs that include lodging and meals. We offer several hunting packages to choose from with a variety of seasons to include rifle, archery and blackpowder hunting. We offer on a limited basis, some very good quail hunting. Bring your own dogs or we can ar
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Oklahoma Turkey Hunting News Minimize
Dress for Success - Fall Turkey Safety Tips
The best hunt is a SAFE hunt! Both novice and experienced sportsmen should continuously review basic safety practices. The fall turkey season requires different tactics and safety precautions from the spring gobbler season. Dressing right is the key to both safe and successful turkey hunting. While sitting still is most important, full camouflage helps hunters blend into the surroundings and elude the turkey's keen eyesight.
Turkeys Accused of Fowl Play

For many years, some hunters have wrongfully blamed wild turkeys for devastating quail populations by eating quail eggs and chicks. This idea may sound ridiculous, but, once again, the accusations against turkeys are flying.

Prescribed Burns in Spring Improve Wild Turkey Habitat

Each spring, the National Wild Turkey Federation’s wildlife biologists hear the fears of concerned hunters who don't understand that prescribed burns in March and April -- months generally known as wild turkey nesting months -- are far more beneficial than harmful to wild turkey populations. However, the NWTF's wildlife biologists have research showing the years of improved nesting and brood habitat created by a growing season prescribed fire is far more important to the turkey population than the loss of a few nests.

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Turkey Hunting Quotes

What's the most common mistake new turkey hunters make when calling birds?- "Calling to loud. I always start soft, and if I don't get a reaction after 20 minutes, I'll gradually turn it up"
- Andy Flack Missouri Turkey Guide & Video Host