Current Information on Ohio turkey hunting is available here on the Ohio DNR site:
Thanks for a great time chasing gobblers around this spring. Was blessed and took a nice gobbler on opening day and seen about 10 more on the 2nd and 3rd days (just didn't get a shot). Can't wait to come back again this following spring. Thanks again and good luck for the rest of the season. - Nick H.
Thank you for the hospitality, hunting & fishing. We had a great time here. Lots of memories made. We hope to come back next year so I (we) can pursue these big gobblers again. Maybe I can kill another paintbrush beard at the 'Rental' house food plot. Also, sorry about giving your bass the soremouth, they will get over it. Next year maybe the big female will be 8-9 pounds when I catch her again. Once again thanks for everything - Bob K. & Brian K.
The outdoors are calling... grunting... gobbling....
Awesome Turkey Hunt! Birds are here. Killed 2 great birds in 2 days. Killed a double bear in on Day 2. Definitely my two best birds. Be back for sure. Thanks again Jody. - Brandon
One hunter - Fully guided
One hunter - Semi guided
We do provide Turkey hunts during the Spring Season. We are located in the South zone of the Ohio map and season dates fall from late April through late May of 2020.
The Ohio DNR website specifies the following for legal equipment:
Shotgun: 10 gauge or smaller shotgun using shot, includes muzzleloading shotguns.
Longbow or bow: Minimum draw weight 40 pounds. This includes compound bows and recurve bows. The arrow tip needs to have a minimum of two cutting edges which may be exposed or unexposed, and a minimum 3/4-inch width. Expandable and mechanical broadheads are legal.
Crossbow: Minimum draw weight 75 pounds. The arrow tip needs to have a minimum of two cutting edges which may be exposed or unexposed, and a minimum 3/4-inch width. Expandable and mechanical broadheads are legal.
You will need a valid Ohio hunting license and a Turkey permit.
For more information on available dates, call Jody at 330-260-7742.