Cedar Hollow Ranch

1185 NW 30th Ave., St. John, Kansas  67576; ph#620-786-9440

"Best little honey-hole in Kansas"

 

Making lifelong hunting memories................

2014 Spring Turkey Hunts
 


2014 Spring Turkey Hunts 
We are offering 3-day hunts (non-guided) with 4-nights stay in our hunting lodge.  Limit is 2 bearded turkeys and a whole lot of fun hunting these resident Rio and Eastern long beards. $575 per hunter.  Additional nights (beyond 4 nights) stay in lodge if available, will be $75 extra per hunter.
Hunting license and permit not included and can be bought online at KDWP.

 
  These wild turkeys are everywhere in Stafford County. We will show you some excellent hunting ground.

If you are wanting to give a child his/her first turkey experience, this is the place to be.    It just doesn't get any better than this in Kansas.

You may purchase licenses and permits online at
www.kdwp.state.ks.us 

To break up the day, you may fish in our bass/catfish pond next to the cabin.
   Send us an e-mail @ mdminnis@embarqmail.com

**Our Ranch properties are located in Stafford County, unit #5, on the map below.

General Information

2014 SPRING TURKEY:
    • Regular (firearm/archery): April 9 - May 31, 2014
    • Archery-Only : April 1 - 8, 2014
    • Youth/Disabled : April 1 - 8, 2014
    • Shooting Hours: One-half hour before sunrise to sunset.
    • Legal Equipment: long, recurve, or compound bows, crossbows and shotguns and muzzleloading shotguns using shot sizes 2 through 9.
    • Limit: Any individual who has purchased a spring turkey permit is eligible for one second turkey game tag. Spring game tags are valid for Units 1, 2, 3, 5 and 6.

Turkey Management Units

Your permit specifies the unit or units in which you may hunt. This graphic shows the current boundaries for the turkey units. Specific information about turkey hunting within the units can be found on the Turkey General Information page.

Pic of Gobbler outside cabin window on March 26, 2013

                                 

     

    Mike Carmody, (below) from Arizona, with his second gobbler.

    9-1/2" bearded bow-kill.