Turkey Hunt Hawaii
Turkey Hunt Hawaii
Wild turkey hunting in Hawaii is some of the best in North America, with lots of gobblers and some amazing, unique country to hunt in.
To turkey hunt Hawaii is to experience a unique hunt in the tropical forests, plains, and mountains that most people visiting the islands will never experience. In the early 1960s, Texas transferred approximately 400 Rio Grande wild turkeys to the Hawaiian Islands. Since then, the turkeys have flourished.
Why you should consider wild turkey hunting in Hawaii:
Turkey Hunt Hawaii Island
The Big Island of Hawaii has some great Rio Grande wild turkey hunting in some spectacular country!
When you turkey hunt Hawaii with our outfitter, you’ll have exclusive access to some of the best private ranches on the Big Island. All guides have years of turkey hunting experience, and they do plenty of scouting before you show up. Odds are that you’ll be setting up on a big roosted gobblers on the first morning. While you’re hunting, your family can be relaxing on the beach, and after you’re done, you can go after feral goats, mouflon sheep, black Hawaiian sheep, hogs, and Vancouver bulls.
If turkey hunting in the mornings, and hanging out on the beach with your family in the afternoon sounds good to you, turkey hunt Hawaii! It’s not for everybody…but we think that maybe it should be. Oh….leave the crow and owl locator home, because they don’t live in Hawaii.
- Hawaii turkey hunting season is November through January, and March through April 15.
- Great success rates for archery and traditional shotgun hunters.
- You’ll be hunting Rio Grande wild turkeys.
- Hunt private ranches on the Big Island.
- Combo with Hawaii exotics.
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It was a tough week to go to Florida to start our world slam, the gobblers and weather was not on our side. The Osceola gobblers had just got with the hens and were not running the other gobblers off. It rain two days and it only slowed down the hunt for a few hours each day. We were able to set up on these two Osceola and made good shots on both of them. We both had a great time hunting this area.
My cousin and I only lacked the Osceola turkey to have our Royal Slam. This has been a 20 year quest. Last year we decided it was time to check that last box. I researched Florida Osceola Turkey hunts as I had many many times before. We are working class folks and many hunts I looked into were simply out of our price range. Then I found Mat and Outdoors International. Now our slam is complete!
When I went to Texas to hunt turkeys, I had in my mind that I was going to do it with a bow, take head shots, and fit the trend in turkey hunting today. I’ve killed turkeys with a bow. I’ve killed them with a gun. I know the feeling of missing with both as well. This hunt was about new experiences, not trends. It was about making new friends, not about new footage. Don’t get me wrong, footage of a head-shot with a monster broadhead on my first Rio would have been spectacular, but in a sense, I’m glad it didn’t work out that way. We had four sits to make this happen on our first trip. Thankfully, that’s all it took.
Over all one of the best turkey hunts that I have ever been on. Thanks to Outdoors International for putting this hunt together on such short notice.
This Texas turkey hunting outfitter has lots of long beards, hogs and deer. My son, Myles, got his turkey within 30 minutes of the first day arriving at the lodge. If you know anyone one looking to shoot hogs, deer or turkeys I would definitely recommend this place. Each time my son and I went into the deep woods chasing turkeys we came upon several hogs and deer.