Spring 2011 hunt

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Spring 2011 hunt

Postby mikeannikki » January 27th, 2011, 12:49 pm

I am coming down with two buddies this spring. Was wondering what if any info I could get. I know this is somewhat last minute but that was not supposed to be that way..... Have a friend in Jacksonville or could go farther south just want to be in Osceolla country. We are from northern Ohio and could trade for a Lake Erie Walleye trip if that interests anyone - Ice or Open water. The good ice fishing will kick in in the next two weeks. Also could do some Ohio Big Buck hunting in the Columbus area. Thanks guys

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RE: Spring 2011 hunt

Postby mikeannikki » February 14th, 2011, 1:00 am

Ok the two buddies has turned into one and if someone could at least direct us to a couple good choices in Osceola County that would be nice. I am not asking for your personal honeyhole but just a couple WMA's that are huntable and hold some birds. Any help would be greatly appreciated but either way we are gonna give it a go. If nothing else we will get some afternoon fishing in!
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RE: Spring 2011 hunt

Postby SpurHuntinHillbilly » February 20th, 2011, 1:25 pm

Try the Ocala area. You will definately be in O Country!

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RE: Spring 2011 hunt

Postby Dixie Belle » February 23rd, 2011, 4:41 pm

Go to http://myfwc.com/RECREATION/Hunt_SprTur ... Permit.htm and it will give you a breakdown of the WMA's that you can hunt without having to apply for a quota permit. All you will need is your out of state 10 day permit, a Wildlife management area permit and an out of state Turkey permit. The prices for the permits are listed on the same site. The site has a breakdown of which WMA's are designated as Osceola and which are designated Eastern habitats. I hope this helps.

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RE: Spring 2011 hunt

Postby Kawboy888 » April 15th, 2011, 2:22 am

Hello fellas. I have an Uncle that Lives in Port Richey and is looking for a place to hunt turkey. He's in his 60's, can get around ok and is a strong Christian man. Looking for someone that owns their own land and would befriend him. If I can find someone that he can end up hunting with I will personally send you a set of my custom turkey calls, and you will make one heck of a good friend in my uncle. PM me please, I will probably forget to check this thread.
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