Arkansas timber hunt for Tennessee turkey hunt

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  1. Choppin

    Choppin New Member

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    Hey guys I'm new to the site, I'm trying to find a good place with turkey's to take a friend in a wheelchair. He hasn't killed a turkey in a few year due to not having a good place to hunt. We take him on public land In Arkansas and Missouri. We have a rickshaw rigged up that we pull him around in so we can be very mobil in just about any terrain. If you have turkey and are interested in a hunt swap just let me know. Thanks
     
  2. Choppin

    Choppin New Member

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    We have some good mallards hunts. I duck hunt a lot so you will be hunting with experience.
     
  3. iawaterfowler

    iawaterfowler Elite Refuge Member

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    You get your tags for Iowa, and we will get him a big ol' tom. I don't expect anything in return though.
     
  4. Choppin

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    That would be awesome... Is it a draw for a tag?
     
  5. iawaterfowler

    iawaterfowler Elite Refuge Member

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    I'm not sure how it works for nonresidents. I don't think there's a quota on NR tags, but I'm not totally sure. I will look into it for you. Our state website is www.iowadnr.gov if you want to look into it.
     
  6. Jawbreaker

    Jawbreaker Senior Refuge Member

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    Iowa has a non-rez draw, that ends in january. However, only a few zones/seasons sell out. Any left over tags can be purchased over the counter until that season ends. The number of available tags should be available on dnr website.
     

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