Packing List for Turkey Hunts

-An assortment of camo and undergarments to keep you warm on 20 degree mornings and cool on 75 degree afternoons.  Include a camo hat, gloves, and a face mask.  We strongly recommend treating your camo with a Permethrin product such as Sawyers to prevent agains ticks.  Here is a video explaining how it works and why we use it:

-No need for rubber boots, any hiking boot will do. Something you are comfortable walking a few miles in, and also comfortable sitting in a blind for a few hours in.

-Turkey Gun:  You don't need to spend thousands on a new gun, but we do require a turkey choke tube and a turkey load for your gun.  It also helps if you have patterned your gun ahead of time.  If you would rather not mess around with that, we have an assortment of 12 and 20 gauge that are set up specifically for turkey hunting with red dot scope.  We'll just charge you for the ammo you use.

-A turkey vest or small backpack to carry extra shells, snacks, beverages in.

-Your guide will have decoys and will do all the calling.  If you prefer to call yourself, make sure to bring your own turkey calls.

-Probably the most important thing on this list.... Bring an Appetite!

If you have any questions feel free to reach out and we'll do our best to answer them.  We've tried our best to make this a "bring your camo and yourself" type of hunt. We'll take care of the rest!

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