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Mexico Goulds #9031679 04/09/24 11:19 PM
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Has anyone gone on a guided Goulds turkey hunt in Mexico? Safety is definitely a concern.

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I leave mid May for my Goulds hunt. I’ll let you know how it goes.

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I would really appreciate that! Thank you.

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a good friend of mine owns and runs Yukkutz hunting and has some great Goulds locations. he runs a limited number of hunts in Sonora and has 45,000 acres in Durango with about 30 tags. i went with him to assess a big property last year and had a blast. having been to MX more times than i can count we never felt unsafe. the wife and i enjoyed an eve in Durango and loved the rough desert feel of the mountains south of Durango.

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when we went we spent 3 days tent camping one new ranch and a couple days in a cabin with no power and water. now he has it set up with both and i’m looking forward to going back with my youngest son in a couple weeks.

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it’s not fancy accommodations but it’s a great experience on a lot of land with great mgmt of the birds and a lot of them.

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Dream of mine

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go sooner than later. with the increasing popularity of turkey hunting and the slam list madness, the prices are goi g to skyrocket. there’s way more demand than supply.

Re: Mexico Goulds [Re: Jiggamitch] #9047851 05/16/24 02:43 AM
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diego and yukkutz outfitters got their Durango operation up and going. we joined him for the last week with his family and friends. the previous 3 weeks they were 100% with 24/24. everyone got one in our group and there were still turkeys everywhere. he’s doing a great job of rotating locations and only shooting 30 birds off of 45,000 acres. my youngest got his gould’s and we had a great trip. i’m planning to go back in 2026 and have a 6 man group
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