Guided Spring and Fall Kansas Turkey Hunts
4 Nights / 3 Days $1,200.00 Per hunter
What is included: Professional Guide, Three Full Meals a Day, World Class Lodging, plenty of snacks and drinks, field transportation, and bird cleaning.
What is not included: Licenses, Permits, Taxes, and Gratuities.
Bag Limits: The bag limit on spring turkey hunts is two bearded turkey. The bag limit on fall turkey hunts is two birds, toms or hens.
Kansas Turkey Hunting Season Dates:
The Kansas Spring Turkey season starts the second Wednesday in April every year. The 2014 spring archery only turkey season will be April 1 – 8. The 2014 regular spring turkey season will be April 9 – May 31. The 2013 fall turkey season dates are October 1 - December 3, December 16 - January 31, 2014. Please go to the following Kansas Wildlife and parks Web site page for further details.
Kansas Turkey Hunting Permits:
Permits and licenses are not included in the package prices. It is the responsibility of the hunter to obtain the proper permits and licenses. Each hunter will need a Kansas Hunting license, a turkey permit valid for UNIT 3 and if you wish to harvest a second bird a second turkey game tag. The Non-Resident hunting license costs $72.50, the turkey permit costs $32.50 and the turkey game tag costs $22.50. Please go to the following Kansas Wildlife and parks Web site for further details.
50% of your total package costs are due when you make your reservations. If you are booking a fall hunt (October – January) 100% of your balance is due by September 1st. If you are booking a spring hunt (April – May) your balance is due 60 days prior to your scheduled hunt.
All packages not canceled within 90 days of your scheduled hunt will result in forfeit of 100% of your deposit. All packages canceled prior to 90 days of your scheduled hunt will have a 10% processing fee charged and taken out of your deposit. If a member of your party does not show up for the hunt 100% of the price of the package booked is still due.
Anyone born on or after July 1, 1957 must have completed a certified hunter safety course to hunt in Kansas. Please visit the KDWP home page for further information.