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Black hills spring turkey help

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by jack_burton, Feb 10, 2013.

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  1. jack_burton

    jack_burton Member

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    Not wanting anyone's secert spot just wanting to know good places to park, camp and walk in. And any areas to avoid tourist traffic( and not p/$$ off any locals or Private land owners)Any help from the guys from there or have experience there would be great.
     
  2. rule303

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    There is a lot of landlocked BLM land that most ranchers will let you cross their land to get to for a small trespass fee. I would get some plat maps and start calling around. Find some other things you want to do while you're there, because the turkey hunting isn't too hard, you can darn near walk right up to a flock and shoot the one you want.
     
  3. Sav .250

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    Look up the DNR in that state,I`m sure there is information available ref that.

    Get the facts.....................
     
  4. Patocazador

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    There are a couple of ranches in SD near the Wyo. border that do turkey hunts. Of course they are not free. I hunted on one several years ago but can't remember the name.
    The turkeys would come into the pasture edges and seemed almost tame.
     
  5. T.R.

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    Good campsites at Wind Cave Nat'l Park in Custer County. Any creek bed with water in it has turkeys during the spring.

    TR
     
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