Turkey Hunting in Florida
Florida Osceola Turkey Hunting Outfitters
One of the most coveted and sought-after game species and activity is Florida Osceola Turkey Hunting. This unique bird is one of five subspecies of wild turkey in North America. The Osceola lives on the Florida peninsula and nowhere else in the world, making it extremely popular with out-of-state hunters. It's similar to the eastern subspecies (found in the Panhandle) but tends to be a bit smaller and typically a darker shade with less white barring on the flight feathers of its wings. The white bars on the Osceola are narrower, with an irregular, broken pattern, and they don't extend to the feather shaft. It's the black bars of the Osceola that actually dominate the feather. In conjunction, secondary wing feathers also are darker. When the wings are folded across the back, the whitish triangular patch formed is less visible on the Osceola. Osceola feathers also show more iridescent green and red colors, with less bronze than the eastern.
Free Range Osceola Turkey Hunting
This is a Free-Range Osceola Turkey Hunting experience taking place on over 6,000 acres of private property holding mixed nut trees, large Oak Hammocks and agriculture fields teaming with game. All Turkey hunts are a non-guaranteed hunt. This Florida Osceola Turkey Hunting property is “Free-Range” and have no control of the movement of Osceola’s. They do guarantee that to put you (the Hunter) on the most opportunist turkey property in the Southwest Florida. Our goal at all times is to provide you with the best opportunity possible for the harvest of your Florida Osceola Turkey, and for you to leave with a 100% satisfaction. Combine any Osceola Turkey Hunting experience with a hog, alligator or dove hunt and receive additional discounts and lodging. Lodging lets us sleep up to 8, enjoy our separate lounging area/bar room with large flat screen TV and a pool table. After the hunt relax and enjoy a game of billiards or relax outside at the fire pit to complete your Florida Osceola Turkey Hunt.