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Streak, your from Ohio. I'll be coming down there next week for work for maybe up to a month off and on. My question is, how muc

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  • Streak, your from Ohio. I'll be coming down there next week for work for maybe up to a month off and on. My question is, how muc

    Streak, your from Ohio. I'll be coming down there next week for work for maybe up to a month off and on. My question is, how much is a non-resident turkey permit and is there alot of public land to hunt these birds on?

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    First of all, The spring season starts April 20 and ends May 17. The limit is TWO bearded turkeys. Each turkey permit is $24, the real killer is the non-resident annual license fee of $125. In the Spring Season you are allowed to hunt turkeys from 1/2 hour before sunrise to Noon. I live in Northwest Ohio and we have been seeing turkeys around my place for only the past 5 years, they were introduced. The population around here has been growing, the other day my brother took a cell phone picture of 25-30 birds in the field across the street. The best places in the state to hunt are in the Northeast and Southeast portions. http://www.thenaturalresource.com/hunting/LANACCWA_00.php That link shows you a bunch of places that are open to public hunting. I hope this gets you started.

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      Turkey permits are between 15 and 30 dollars, there is a lot of different places that you can hunt and i own about 550 acres in zanesville and if you had your license and everything i might be able to let you hunt on it.

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        streak, thank you for the info.
        PotterMan96, how can I get ahold of you outside of this site?

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          Potterman. I'll be in Zanesville in November. I am planning on hunting public land if I don't find any private land to bowhunt deer. If there is room on your acreage maybe we can work something out! Never hurts to ask, right?

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            Good Luck!

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              Good Luck!

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