North Carolina Turkey Hunting Guides & Outfitters
6593 Center Blvd
Baldenboro, NC 28320
Come and experience a day full of outdoor adventure with us at Allen Brothers Hunting Preserve. Whether you are interested in upland birds, a spring turkey hunt, guided duck hunt, one of our special tower hunts or our annual dove hunts, we look forward to providing you with an enjoyable day of sporting opportunities.
1476 Old Moore Road
Selma, NC 27576
With over 7,000 acres of beautiful wilderness to hunt, Buffalo Creek Guide Service has the expertise to make your hunt a successful one. We provide lodging, meals, transportation and of course your own personal guide.
P.O. BOX 44
Scotland Neck, NC 27874
Carolina Woods and Water has been offering guided deer and turkey hunts for over 5 years. We are dedicated to providing our clients with a memorable and successful hunt.
105 Indian Spring Road
Aulander, NC 27805
Choanoke Outfitters is home to some of the best whitetail hunting in the State of North Carolina. With over 60 strategically placed stands and 3800 acres of hunting land, we can accommodate you with all of your hunting needs. Other hunts include turkey, quail, duck, geese, and predator such as bear, coyote and bobcat.
7503 long island rd
Catawba, NC 28609
We offer hunts for Deer, Turkey, Ducks and Upland Birds, Quail, Chukar and Pheasants. We have Guided Hunts 1/2 day $115.00 per gun & Full day hunts $200.00 per gun, Full Day with lodging $250.00 per gun. Hunts include Dogs & Guide ,Bird Cleaning and Lunch. Hunts with Lodging includes 3 Meals.
P.O. Box 535
Jackson, NC 27845
Lily Pond Creek Hunting Lodge, located Northampton County North Carolina, has over 7,000 acres of owned and leased land for hunting. Our guides are experienced and knowledgeable and will provide you with an awesome hunting experience. We specialize in deer, turkey and bear!
109 Shaftsbury Road
Ahoskie, NC 27910
Located in the heart of some of the best Whitetail hunting in both the state of North Carolina and the country, Northeastern Hunting strives to provide an enjoyable and successful hunt for all of our clients. We offer other hunts in bear, turkey, duck, hog as well.
1610 Bill Johnston Rd.
Jackson, NC 27845
Northampton County's Roanoke River bottom is home to the highest concentration of Wild Turkeys in North Carolina. Our four week season begins the second week in April. We offer guided and semi-guided hunts. Occoneechee Lodge has experience in turkey hunting dating back to the early 1960's. We will hunt together in pursuit of the sub-species in various other states from March through May.

Asheville, NC 28801
Up-Close Outfitters is a full time hunting and fishing guide service in western North 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.
North Carolina Turkey Hunting News Minimize
NWTF Announces JAKES Essay Contest Winner
LENOIR, N.C. The National Wild Turkey Federation has named 13-year-old Atlanta Blair of Lenoir, N.C., its 2009 JAKES program essay contest winner. The NWTF's JAKES (Juniors Acquiring Knowledge, Ethics and Sportsmanship) program is dedicated to helping youth discover a new world of fun waiting for them in the outdoors.
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.
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

Between 5,000 and 6,000 feathers cover the body of an adult turkey in patterns called feather tracts
- NWTF Website