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Thread: How Many Turkeys Can You Kill In Your State??

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    How Many Turkeys Can You Kill In Your State??

    In Michigan we can only kill one tom. I was thinking about hunting another state and would like more bang for my buck. Just wondering how many you guys are allowed.



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    It depends on how many years you live...

    1 a year in Montana

    Tom

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    Two Toms for the spring and one (take your pick) for the fall.
    I've Gone Trad

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    Idaho: 2 Tom's in the spring; 1 either species in the Fall ( This is not Statewide however....just up in the Northern areas)

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    PA...2 in spring, 1 in fall.


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    3 toms in spring, 1 tom or hen in fall
    hooks

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    1 in the fall, either sex.

    2 bearded in the spring, unless you killed one in the fall, then 1 in the spring.

    maryland

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    3 here......2 in fall or all 3 during spring gobbler!!!

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    3 with visible beards in spring,and 2 of either sex in fall archery and one shotgun for a total of 6

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    Two toms in spring and two either sex in fall.

    Scott

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    Illinois is 1 per permit
    Draw lottery permit system
    Up to 3 permits
    permit is by county and season with 5 seasons

    I wish IL would go to a 3 week season and 2 bird limit like MO instead of 5 seasons ranging from April 9th - May 10th
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    Good Luck hunting to all..

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    4 and 3

    4 in FL, 2-fall 2-spring
    3 in GA, no fall season

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    3 per year no more than 2 in the fall. Fall either sex.

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    4 total in my county in West Texas

    Fall either sex

    Spring Gobblers only

    License runs from Sept 1st to Aug 30th the following year.


    TEXAS

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    3 birds with beards in the spring... April 6 - May 6...
    I HOOK UP... because I wanna live!

    Deer season yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SDM View Post
    Two toms in spring and two either sex in fall.

    Scott
    Hey Scott, don't forget about the two with a bow in the fall as well. We can take up to six!
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    nebraska

    3 tom's in the spring this year. has been 2 previously.
    knowing that you performed to the best of your ability is the only comfort in the time of defeat....

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    It's 3 permits in the spring and 3 in the fall for Nebraska.

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    You can kill 2 in the spring and 2 in the fall here. Only one can be a jake each season, and no hens.

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    5- South Carolina Spring season only.

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    number of turkeys to kill

    3 toms in the spring and 1 of either sex in the fall here in Oregon

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    In wahington it is 3 toms. Supposedly they are to be one each, merriam, Rio and Eastern. We have all three in this state

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    Quote Originally Posted by T-LaBee View Post
    It depends on how many years you live...

    1 a year in Montana

    Tom
    You may harvest 2 turkeys in Mt. provided at least one of them is in region 7.

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    Depends on how many Hoyties and Techies give you static....

    JUST KIDDING!

    I think just one here in Utah. Turkeys are just starting to take off and really increase in numbers. Utah is perfect terrain for turkeys, I think we'll see much increases in the next few years.
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    Let's go Huntin!

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    How Many Turkeys

    Here in Tn. You can kill four Bearded birds in the spring and then 2 more on WMA Quota hunts for a total of 6 Spring Gobblers. Fall hunting in certain counties and its a Quota system.

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