Kansas and Oklahoma Turkey Hunts
Chain Ranch Outfitters offers several different turkey hunting opportunities in Oklahoma and Kansas. Rio, Eastern, and Merriams are all present on the different ranches we have. Our ranches offer a varied terrain in which to chase the elusive gobbler. From the volcanic plato's of the Oklahoma Panhandle to the pine hardwoods of Southeastern OK to the bottomlands of South Central KS, your sure to find the experience you desire. You are welcome as a solo hunter or we can accommodate your group hunt up to 10 hunters.
2013 Spring Turkey Hunt $1,000.00
This package include 2 full days of hunting, 2x1 guides, one tom turkey, two hearty meals per day, lodging, transportation on the ranch, and field care of game. Packages do not include transportation to the ranch, licenses, tags, meat processing, taxidermy, or gratuity. Additional birds available.
Spring Cast and Blast $1,750.00
Two days of hunting with two turkey bag limit and two days of bass fishing. Hunt in the mornings and fish all afternoon. Includes two nights lodging and six meals. Oklahoma and Kansas hunts available. Packages do not include transportation to the ranch, licenses, tags, meat processing, taxidermy, or gratuity. Additional birds available.
SOONER SLAM $4,000.00 per person (four person min/max)
In 2004 we decided to offer something a little different, specifically tailored to the avid turkey hunter. We call it the "Sooner Slam". 4 hunters are picked up on Monday from the Oklahoma City airport mid-morning and head for Southeastern Oklahoma. After a 5 hour drive in a fully furnished RV, we hit the ground running in pursuit of the Eastern. We overnight in the lodge at the ranch and spend Tuesday filling the Eastern tags. At sundown we shower at the bunkhouse have supper and settle in the RV for the 7 hour ride to Northcentral Oklahoma. On Wednesday morning we rise from the RV, eat breakfast in the lodge, and chase the Rio all day. At sundown we shower in the lodge and have supper in the RV while in route to the Northwestern tip of Oklahoma. Thursday we rise from the moving turkey hunting lodge, have breakfast at the Apple Ranch, and begin the quest for the final turkey of the hunt, the Merriam. That evening we have a nice supper and sleep in a bed that does not roll. Friday morning we are in Amarillo Tx. airport for departure. 3 days of hunting, 3 species of turkey, and cover the state of Oklahoma. This hunt is not for the weak of heart. We all know each other fairly well by the end of the hunt. Give us a call if you would like more info on the Sooner Slam.
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