Turkey Hunts

Hunt Southern Oregon for Rio Grande Turkey on the best ranches Douglas County has to offer.  We manage over 25,000 acres to ensure your success.  Spring turkey hunts take place from April 15th to May 31st.  We almost always fill with our repeat guests, so book your hunts early.  Hunts are all inclusive and include lodging and dinner the night before your hunt, guiding, and turkey care.  Not included are your license and tag, and transportation to Eugene or Roseburg.

Fin’s and Feather’s Guide Service is going on its 15th season guiding Rio Grande Turkey’s on some of the best ranches in Douglas County.   In Fact, Bob Toman, a Fin’s and Feather’s Guests harvested the number 1 Rio Grande Turkey in the State of Oregon in 2003. Our turkey hunts include meals, lodging, and field dressing.   Each afternoon your guide will roost a flock of birds. The following morning you will arrive at the roost for a prime chance at your turkey. Should this hunt be unsuccessful you will spend the remainder of the day setting up and calling. You will not be asked to sit in a blind all morning or afternoon unless requested. Your guides are very accommodating and will strive to make your time with us a very memorable one. If you have any requests just ask and it shall be done.

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Douglas County Turkey Forecast

Hunters can expect another good spring gobbler hunt this year. Last fall’s chick/poult count was below average but an excellent carryover of adult gobblers due to a mild winter will contribute to a good hunting season. While the hens are off nesting the first part of the season, most gobblers are found on private land, usually in oak savannah habitat. While much of the area is private land, there is some public hunting opportunity in the Umpqua National Forest like the Tiller and Drew areas of the South Umpqua plus Toketee, Copeland and Fish Creeks on the North Umpqua. In addition, other public hunting areas found at lower elevation Roseburg BLM lands adjacent to private lands, like the N. Bank Habitat area, offer opportunities for turkey hunting in oak savannah habitat that is prime for turkey hunting. If you are looking for a private lands hunt, asking for permission later in the season, after landowner’s friends and family have hunted, sometimes brings results. Many private lands in the Umpqua Valley have guides who pay landowners for hunting rights in the area so you may have a difficult time gaining access.

http://www.dfw.state.or.us/RR/spring_turkey_forcast/index.asp