Sitka Mountain Gear
ARCHERY TURKEY HUNT
Nebraska
Contributors to this thread:
bigbulls6 09-Mar-17
Paul@thefort 10-Mar-17
bigbulls6 10-Mar-17
Deone H 11-Mar-17
bowcrazyJRHCO 13-Mar-17
Mav5 28-Mar-17
tobinsghost 28-Mar-17
Mav5 29-Mar-17
tobinsghost 02-Apr-17
From: bigbulls6
09-Mar-17
Looking for a place for two to bow hunt turkeys. Recently lost our place to to a sale. Would pay a reasonable trespass fee or just some good info on Public land would be great!!

From: Paul@thefort
10-Mar-17
Rob, it has been my experience that most of the State Wildlife areas have turkeys especially if they have trees and a creek running through or around a lake. Call the local Game and Fish regional office for exact info once you decide where you want to hunt. All of my turkeys have been killed on SWA in Nebraska.

From: bigbulls6
10-Mar-17
Thanks Paul will do!!

From: Deone H
11-Mar-17
I'm with Paul. I have killed a ton of birds in NE via archery season and they have all come SWA's in different areas of the state. Yes, you will see some hunters but they have been very productive until shotgun starts.

Deone

13-Mar-17
I agree with the others. If you skip opening shotgun season and/or hunt weekdays, you will have the place to yourself. Lots of good areas, I hear turkeys gobbling from my camper. Other places, require a 20 minute hike.

From: Mav5
28-Mar-17
what part of the state?

From: tobinsghost
28-Mar-17

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Mav, all parts really. I've hunted them South, Southwest and Southeast and Paul's post is so true. Some are real gems, you just gotta burn up some boot leather or rubber in this situation thx to ticks!

From: Mav5
29-Mar-17
I was asking OP what part of the state he was looking for info on so I could help him. Totally agree with you and Paul.

From: tobinsghost
02-Apr-17
Sorry Mav5, I misunderstood. Not the first time and definitely won't be the last!

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