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Fair price to turkey hunt w/lodging (no meals) #5979516 10/15/15 11:55 PM
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What would you guys expect to pay for a spring turkey hunt with good numbers of birds? Predominately self-guided. West of the metroplex about 3 hours. Assume 4-5 star lodging but no meals.

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Re: Fair price to turkey hunt w/lodging (no meals) [Re: TTT Ranch] #5979663 10/16/15 01:26 AM
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2day, 2 night, 1 bird - $500.00. Each additional bird $250.00.




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Re: Fair price to turkey hunt w/lodging (no meals) [Re: TTT Ranch] #5980466 10/16/15 04:23 PM
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4-5 star lodging? That is really up there. I don't know of any turkey hunting establishment that has 4-5 star lodging. They provide you with any photos of where you would be sleeping?


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Re: Fair price to turkey hunt w/lodging (no meals) [Re: TTT Ranch] #5981337 10/17/15 09:00 AM
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I meant in relation to normal hunting camp setups. Certainly not the Ritz.

Re: Fair price to turkey hunt w/lodging (no meals) [Re: TTT Ranch] #5981408 10/17/15 12:42 PM
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Okay, if sleeping arrangements are better than most, then I would second Gamblinman's price of $500 for one bird and $250 for another.


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Re: Fair price to turkey hunt w/lodging (no meals) [Re: TTT Ranch] #5981832 10/17/15 10:22 PM
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$400.00 per 2 day hunt and 1 bird, extra bird $200.00.


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Re: Fair price to turkey hunt w/lodging (no meals) [Re: TTT Ranch] #5982017 10/18/15 01:18 AM
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I think $400-$500 is a very good price. With a 2-day hunt, nice accommodations, and meals for guided hunt would be closer to $650-$700 nowdays.

Depending on the hunting, number/quality of birds - I've seen hunts of this type go up to $900-$1000.

It makes a HUGE difference when they have lots of birds and you are calling, and have a guide.

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I think the cost will be according to accommodations, how close to hwy, road, convenience to a good meal since it doesn't include meals. Anywhere north of $750.


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