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Osceola Turkey Hunting Outfitter

Osceola Turkey Hunting Outfitter


The Florida Osceola turkey hunt is one of the hardest hunts and turkeys to kill. We've had a 95% success rate the past eight seasons and this year we have been preparing and working very hard to keep the success rate up. There have been several birds seen already this year. We have some new land that has not been hunted on in several years and we cannot wait for the season to get here. If you are looking for a great hunt with some wonderful people this is the place for you.

Photo to the Right: Morgan(guide), Hal Shaffer(Drop Zone TV), RT(Outfitter) and Bob Pippin(Drop Zone TV/ Hunter)

Our Osceola Turkey Hunts Include

Our Osceola Turkey Hunts Include

  • 3 days of turkey hunting
  • Full lodging
  • Home cooked southern food
  • One on One Semi or fully guided
  • Transportation during the hunt

Not Included:

  • Transportation to and from airport
  • Hunting gear
  • License
  • Taxidermy fees


  • $2450 per person 
  • $1450 for extra bird(this option may or may not be available)
  • $750 per person for non-hunters
  • $500 extra fee per person for bow hunters

($1000 non-refundable deposit at time of booking per person)

(15% to 20% tip to our guide is common)

We have a 95% success rate for the 2008-2017 seasons!

Information on Osceola Turkeys

Information on Osceola Turkeys

The Osceola Turkey (The Florida wild Turkey) is similar to the eastern but smaller, darker in color and are only found in the peninsula of Florida. They are named after the famous Seminole Chief, who led his tribe against the Americans in a 20 year war beginning in 1835. Click here for North America Wild Turkey map.

Notice on the map below that we are right in the heart of the wild Osceola range. We find a lot of people think Osceola's are just found in Southern Florida. Fact is, there is fantastic Osceola hunting in North Central Florida. View the image below to view where God's Country Outfitters is located.

God's Country Outfitters is located in San Mateo, Florida (Image Copyright 2012, God's Country Outfitters)

Average day of Osceola Turkey hunting with GCO

Average day of Osceola Turkey hunting with GCO

Arrive at the camp after lunch, get settled in, maybe try to go get on an Osceola or go roost a bird, and then finish up with a home cooked meal. Start out early the next morning for some Osceola Turkey Hunting; we use either store bought, or man made blinds or the run and gun style. It all depends on the guide, hunter, and the area you will be hunting. In the mornings the birds respond well to decoys and a little calling. Most of the Osceolas are killed in the mornings.

After the morning hunt we will return to the camp for a good breakfast and relax, or return to the woods for a mid day sit. In the midday and afternoon hunts, we set up on travel area between feeding areas and where the bird roosts.

The Osceola turkeys do not respond well to calling after the morning hunt is over, so we will head back to camp for a delicious home cooked meal ready and waiting for you.

Our guides are great turkey callers and know the area very well. Two of our guides are champion custom turkey call makers. We have over a dozen trail cameras running in the woods most of the time, so we can see where the big Turkeys are and to see what their patterns are.

We have a local taxidermist that does great work, so you can leave your turkey here and he will ship it to you after it is mounted. We also have guns (set up just for turkey hunting) for you to use if you do not want to worry about bringing one with you.

Our Goal is to make sure that you kill your Florida Osceola turkey and have one of the best hunting trips of your life!