Learn to Hunt Turkeys | Washington State
Essential lessons | Guided & Supported hunts | Gourmet meals
April 2020 TBA | Kettle Falls, WA
Join us in the “Wild Turkey Hunting Capitol of Washington” for an intimate introduction to turkey hunting. Spend the first day learning essential preparations for the hunt: how to use calls, decoys, blinds, and other hunting strategies; pattern your shotgun; field dress a farm-raised bird; and learn to cook wild turkey - all in preparation for several days of wild turkey hunting (both guided and solo). Practice reading maps, finding potential hunting spots on public lands, and comparing notes with the other hunters and instructors after each hunt over gourmet meals prepared by our professional chef. Maybe even take home a wild turkey for your family and friends. Leave with the knowledge and confidence to plan and execute future outings on your own, and a deeper connection to the land and our food.
Limited to small groups, there will be minimal classroom time with emphasis on hands-on, outdoor active learning. Gourmet (paleo-based) meals are included and sleeping arrangements will be outdoor camping style with limited indoor facilities available. There are some upgradable sleeping arrangements available in wall tents/cabins. Minimum recommended age is 18, (or 10 if accompanied by parent). We encourage parent/children teams so please talk to us if you’d like to bring a youngster with you who is younger than 10.
Group Size: 6 Adults [SOLD OUT for 2019 - Contact us to be placed on a wait list]
Course Tuition: TBA, Accompanied children under 21: TBA
Registration Deposit (to secure your spot): $500
Fee Structure: Our goal is to provide a quality experience and create value for your time and resources invested with us. We ask for final payment at the end of the course to allow for participants to evaluate what the experience is personally worth.
Included with Instruction: Gourmet meals prepared by our professional Danish chef (locally grown and wild food, breakfast, lunch & dinner - Thursday Lunch to Sunday Lunch), turkey call and Buck knife (both yours to keep), course materials, tools, and equipment, on-site camping (camping tents available on a limited basis, and upgraded accommodations available), guest speakers, lively dialogue, and inclusion in our community network of past participants.
Arrive by noon on the start date. Contact us about arriving the night before if that is more convenient.
History & Philosophy of the Hunt
Planning & Preparations & Equipment
Regulations & Laws
Tracking and Wildlife Identification
Scouting & Maps
Calls, Decoys, Blinds
Shotguns, Shooting & Patterning
Field Dressing, Processing, and Caring for the meat
Cooking Wild Turkey
- Guided hunts on private property
- Facilitated hunts on public lands
Shotgun and matching ammo (#4 shot or smaller) - or muzzleloader, or bow/arrows
WA state hunting license and Turkey Tag(s)
See FAQ's for general gear requirements. More information on suggested gear will be provided with Registration Confirmation