South Carolina Turkey Hunting Guides, Outfitters and SC Turkey Hunting Lodges

The Wild Turkey is South Carolina's Official Game Bird.  Click on the links below to learn more about wild turkey hunting in South Carolina.  The current number of our SC statewide turkey population is estimated at 90,000 birds, which is down from the record of 120,000 turkeys set a few years ago, but  there are still SC Long Beards in the woods so get out there.

South Carolina Turkey Hunting Guides & Outfitters
1803 Young Rd
Timmonsville, SC 29161
Real Wild Quail Hunting; these are not pre-released or leftover birds. Hunt like a gentleman from the 1800s on a horse drawn wagon over the finest English Setters and Pointers. Giant soybean fields and scattered pines with lespedeza hold
647 Hemingway Ln
Georgetown, SC 29440
Come to Back Woods Quail Club and enjoy Old Morrisville Plantation with over 15,000 acres of open fields, timber lands, and wooded areas. This preserve offers old fashioned southern-style quail, deer, and turkey hunting, as well as an array of
P.O. Box 1046
Allendale, SC 00000
At Beach Woods, we offer some of the best dove, quail, turkey, and deer hunting in S.C. Beach Woods Plantation quail hunts are provided in an old south tradition where setters and pointers work the fields and woods in front of the hunters.
7585 Highway 300
Ulmer, SC 29849
Blackwater Hunting Services is located in the Low Country of South Carolina, an area well known for its southern hospitality and abundance of wild game. Blackwater offers hunts for deer and wild turkey.
P.O. Box 728
Estill, SC 29918
Bostick Plantation in South Carolina offers tryphy hunting for deer, boar, quail and turkey. Bostick Plantation consists of more than 10,000 acres of prime wildlife habitat that has been intensely managed for wildlife for more than 30 years.
Box 97, Highway 601
Ehrhardt, SC 29081
Broxton Bridge Plantation offers a wide variety of hunting opportunities on it's 7,000 acres of land---deer hunting, duck hunting over decoys, turkey hunting, in addition to pheasants, chukar, and of course, bobwhite quail. The full range of
231 Gundog Trail
Neeses, SC 29107
Buck Ridge Hunting preserve in Neeses South Carolina offers over 6,000 acres of hunting land managed for hunting habitat. Wildlife is plentiful at Buck Ridge and they offer hunting for: whitetail deer, turkey, pheasant, chukar and quail.
875 Cedar Knoll Road
Fairfax, SC 29827
Cedar Knoll Hunting Lodge offers South Carolina's best trophy white-tailed deer hunting. Hunt trophy deer in the South Carolina Low Country with Hayward and Dona Simmons on Lakeview Plantation, the home of the Cedar Knoll® Hunting Lodge since 1985
2124 Harris Springs Road
Waterloo, SC 29384
At Harris Springs Hunting Club in Waterloo South Carolina the breathtaking countryside consisting of 3000+ contiguous acres offers quail, ring-neck pheasant, chukar, duck, eastern wild turkey or trophy whitetail deer. Orvis Endorsed Lodge!
PO Box 118
Society Hill, SC 29593
Moree's Sportsman's Preserve is the favorite of many who love quail hunting, duck hunting, pheasant hunting, and other game activities in South Carolina. Specializing in quail, chukkar, pheasants, ducks, and sporting clays,
Allendale, SC 29810
Red Bluff Hunting Lodge is a full service hunting lodge in Allendale, South Carolina providing the opportunity to hunt whitetail deer, Eastern wild turkey, and wild hogs. The goal is to provide client hunters with their greatest opportunity for hunting success as well as a relaxing a fun atmosphere to enjoy at our lodge.
1515 Mont Clare Road
Darlington, SC 29540
The 14,000 acre Roblyn's Neck Trophy Club is located on the fertile flood plain of the Great Pee Dee River. Roblyn's Neck Trophy Club offers deer, turkey, hog and dove hunting in Darlington SC.
6978 Rivers Bridge Rd.
Olar, SC 29843
15171 Hwy 56 N
Clinton, SC 29325
Hunting in South Carolina for Whitetail Deer, Turkey, Duck, Quail, Corporate Meetings and Retreat, Sporting Clay and Lodging in South Carolina
* All listing information was obtained from publicly available resources including the internet. We here at Foremost Hunting do not hold claim that the information above is of our own. In most cases the information was derived from the listings own website.
South Carolina Turkey Hunting News Minimize
NWTF Unveils New Publication-Turkey Country
The National Wild Turkey Federation is introducing a brand-new, full-color publication-Turkey Country. The new magazine will take the place of the Federation's four main publications-Turkey Call, Women In The Outdoors, Get in the Game and Wheelin' Sportsmen-beginning in September 2009. "Turkey Country is not just a new name, it's an entirely new magazine," said Burt Carey, NWTF editorial director. "We're taking the best of all the NWTF's titles and rolling them into a brand-new, exciting book with a cutting edge look. It's the publication of the NWTF and all its programs."
NWTF's Hunting Heritage Super Fund Dollars Reach Far and Wide
EDGEFIELD, S.C.-The National Wild Turkey Federation distributed more than $314,000 in May 2009 as it continues to advance its mission of benefiting wildlife conservation and protecting hunting traditions. The monies are distributed to states and programs through the NWTF Hunting Heritage Super Fund.

The Hunting Heritage Super Fund supports the NWTF's multitude of conservation and education programs with money raised from NWTF Hunting Heritage Banquets, donated by corporate sponsors and given to benefit wildlife conservation.
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.
Michael Waddell Named NWTF Spokesman

Michael Waddell, the outdoor industry's charismatic television show host, has agreed to become the official spokesman for the National Wild Turkey Federation.  In this new role, Waddell will represent the NWTF as host of its television series, "Turkey Call," which airs on Outdoor Channel. In addition, Waddell will assume emcee duties at the organization's national convention, which will be held Feb. 19 to 22, 2009, in Nashville, Tenn. Members also will be treated to personal appearances by Waddell at many other NWTF events.

No Child Left Inside Grantees Announced

The S.D. Game, Fish and Parks Department has announced the grant recipients for this year's No Child Left Inside small grant program.  "We received nearly 60 applications for this year's funding. That was a tremendous response, especially since this was the first year we've offered the program," said Chad Tussing, education services coordinator for the GFP Division of Wildlife. Applications were scored by a team of reviewers. A total of $5,000 was allotted for the small grant program.  Applicants requested amounts between $500 and $1,000 each.

Renewed Partnership to Help NWTF Conservation, Outreach Efforts

The National Wild Turkey Federation's recently renewed agreement with Bank of America will help more than 500,000 NWTF volunteers and staff to continue to improve wildlife habitat and preserve our nation's hunting traditions.

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.

Biologists Say Recent Flooding Won’t Harm Wild Turkeys

EDGEFIELD, S.C. — Recent floods in several central U.S. states have some hunters concerned about the impacts to wild turkey populations. However, wildlife biologists with the National Wild Turkey Federation say there isn’t need for concern.

South Carolina Resident Earns Major Award

The C.B. McCleod Award is given each year to a NWTF volunteer who has dedicated his or her life to wildlife, conservation and our hunting heritage. It is given in honor of NWTF volunteer C.B. McCleod, a banker from Crestview, Fla., who was instrumental in keeping the NWTF moving forward during its formative years.

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Turkey Hunting Quotes

What's the most common mistake new turkey hunters make when calling birds?- "Overcalling with out a doubt. Guys I hunt with may hear me call a lot, but only if that's what a particular bird wants."
- Matt Van Cise 2006 NWTF Grand Champion Caller