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NewsEngine[1] | May 8, 2022 | Turkey Hunting News[2] | No Comments[3]

The outdoors world is perking up with fresh signs of life, and spring turkey season is in its prime. Have you been out in the field yet? The season doesn’t end until May 31, so there’s still plenty of time to get out there and fill your tag.

You’re allowed three permits in the spring, so the adventure doesn’t have to stop after that first harvest. Even better, youth permits are just $8, so you can share your hunting adventures with a young person and see the excitement through their eyes.

Looking for a place to hunt? The Public Access Atlas displays over 1.2 million acres of publicly accessible land.

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