Posts by Jim Holloway

Gould’s Wild Turkey

Gould’s Wild Turkey The Gould’s Wild Turkey is located in Mexico and very limited hunts in Southern Arizona. Their habitat is diverse, one of arid south west specifically Mexico with the highest diversities in the higher elevations in the state of Chihuahua.  Elevations range from 6,000 feet to over 8,000 feet presenting a challenging terrain and hunt.Contact Jim Seymour @ swe352@aol.com for more information.       Source: GrandSlamTurkeyHunts
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Merriam Wild Turkey

Merriam Wild Turkey The Merriam Wild Turkey habit ranges from prairies to the forest of the Rocky Mountains of Montana, Nebraska and Wyoming.  We have established relationships with ranches in Nebraska contact Jim Seymour swe352@aol.com for more information on these hunts. Source: GrandSlamTurkeyHunts
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Rio Grande Turkey

Rio Grande Turkey The Rio Grande Turkey inhabits Texas, Mexico, and Kansas being found near rivers and streams. We primarily have associations with ranches in South Texas for these hunts. Contact Jim Seymour @ swe352@aol.com For more information www.huntinginflorida.com Source: GrandSlamTurkeyHunts
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Eastern Wild Turkey

 Eastern Wild Turkey The Eastern Wild Turkey is the most abundant of the wild turkeys.  They inhabit many states, such as Illinois, Missouri, Kentucky and Alabama and other southern and eastern states.  We have many contacts for these hunts Contact Jim Seymour @ swe352@aol.com For more information www.huntinginflorida.com   Source: GrandSlamTurkeyHunts
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Osceola Wild Turkey

Osceola Wild Turkey The Osceola is found in swampland, pine flat woods, scrub oaks, and palmettos of central and south Florida.  This is the most elusive and expensive of all wild turkeys to hunt as it is only in central and south Florida.  Osceola male and female birds can as tall as 3 and ½ feet with the male weighing up to 20 pounds and the female 8- 14 pounds. At our facility we have over 20,000 private acres of prime Osceola habitat.  All birds are wild, we do not offer pen raised birds to hunt.  Osceola turkeys gobble less
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