Michigan Spring Turkey Hunts

1-4 Guests • Cabin • Private • Guided


Michigan Spring Turkey Hunting

Our Michigan Guided Spring Turkey Hunts take place in South West Michigan & South Central Michigan through-out all kinds of terrain and field edges. The Michigan Eastern population of turkey's is very strong and there is an abundance of opportunities on our guided spring turkey hunts in Michigan with a very high success rate we have a lot of ground and a lot of turkey's to hunt.

Not only do we have a lot of ground to cover but, we also feature a rustic retreat for those who would like to include lodging in their turkey hunt. The rustic cabin is nestled back in the woods next to a small river tributary that has trout in it. So, bring a pole and catch some trout for dinner and kick back in the remote area and just relax following your morning turkey hunting adventure.

Whether or not you decide to do a Guided Spring Turkey Hunt in Michigan we can provide you with the experience of a good hunt and good accommodations in our rustic Michigan backwoods cabin. Join us for your next spring turkey hunting adventure this spring turkey hunting season.

Base price is per person for a single day hunt. Make it a 2-day hunt for an additional fee per person.

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2-Day Hunt


Your Host

Clayton's Trip

Clayton O

Our Guided Duck Hunts, Goose Hunts, & Spring Snow Goose Hunts take place in Central Missouri where there is high traffic during the heart of spring snow goose migration and the fall and winter regular season migration. We try to stay on the birds and move around our area if needed to areas that are concentrated with larger numbers of snow geese in the spring as well as offering semi-permanent duck and goose hunting fields, pit blind fields with flooded crops, and feed field decoy sets for all of our waterfowl hunting options. We like to hunt migration corridors and proven migration routes in the spring, fall, and winter migration seasons.

from $468/Day

Base Price

$467.50 Per Person Per Day


$302.50 Per Person


Pay later options are only available for trips that start more than 30 days from today.

Total Payment


Please note that there is a 50% non-refundable deposit included with your booking fee. In case of cancellation, and in accordance with the Host's cancellation policy, the remaining 50% may be returned to you or applied towards rescheduling a future trip.


  • Experienced Local Guide
  • Abundant Opportunities with High Success Rate
  • Rustic Cabin Lodging
  • Nearby Stream with Trout!



Gear List

  • All Weather Gear
  • Shotgun
  • Ammunition
  • State Hunting License

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Rules & Guidelines


Resident and nonresident hunters age 15 and younger are not required to purchase any permits to hunt ducks, coots or geese in Missouri. However, they must have in their possession a valid Hunter Education Certificate Card while hunting or be in the immediate presence of an adult age 18 or older who possesses a Missouri small game hunting permit and is hunter education certified or born before Jan. 1, 1967.

Safety, Hunting Rules, Photo Release

Our rules if not followed may result in the cancellation of the remainder of your hunt. It is at the discretion of the guide or affiliate to cancel the remainder of your hunt with us at no refund of paid services.

It is your responsibility to consider not only your safety but, everyone that is in the field with you. If you are a threat to the safety of our staff or to anyone who is in the field you will be asked to leave and to not return without a refund.

  • No alcohol in the field. Please do not attempt to bring alcoholic beverages with you into the field while hunting.

  • No shooting of any game outside of the game that we are attempting to harvest including waterfowl in season, and in the spring no waterfowl outside of snow geese, blue geese, or Ross's geese while hunting with us. Identify the birds and or game before you take a shot if you are unsure do not shoot.

  • The use of non-toxic shells only is required for waterfowl hunting with us. No lead shot is acceptable

  • You must possess a valid hunting license to enter a field with us and hunt.

  • No loading your guns until you have established your blind or stationary hunting blind or area and are ready to hunt in the field. No loading your guns at the road and walking to your blind with loaded guns. Only load your guns when you have got your gear in your blind and the guide says it’s ok to load your guns.

  • Guns always remain on safety unless we are shooting into a flock of birds or are attempting a shot on your intended target or game animal. Before we shoot you must only take the safety off as we call the shot, or you pull the trigger and then following the volley or shooting your firearm you must immediately put your safety back on.

  • No running through the field to pick up birds or to chase crippled animals or downed game unless approved by the Guide in charge of the field.

  • Do not shoot at any birds before a shot is called by the Guide in charge of the field.

  • Never point your gun at anyone in the field while hunting. It is your responsibility to pay attention to your surroundings and to make sure that you use the most extreme care of your firearm while in the field. Guns are to remain in your blind on the gun rest during the hunt unless approved by the Guide in charge to walk down cripples.

  • Do not shot over other people. Always shoot your side of the decoys when in a decoy set hunting waterfowl with us and do not cross shoot over the rest of the group.

  • Do not expose any waste grain that may be on the ground, no picking ears of corn or any crop and dispersing it around our decoy set at any time before, during, or after a hunt. If you come across ears of corn in or around our blinds or in the decoy set leave it alone do not move or touch it exposing ears of corn or any other dispersing of waste grain in a field could result in a baiting ticket.

  • You are responsible for cleaning, transporting, tagging, and disposing of your snow goose carcasses and wild game. When you leave the field. You must leave a wing on your harvested snow geese to cross borders and you must claim what snow geese are yours or make sure that your r game animal is tagged properly. There is no possession limit or daily limit for our spring snow goose hunts on snow geese, blue geese, and Ross's geese so, if you want you can tag whatever means of transporting your harvested snow geese with name and address per box, cooler, bag, or however it is you plan to transport your harvested snow geese. Anyone acting under the Guide Services is not responsible for your snow geese after you leave the field and we are providing you with this information so that you are aware of how to properly transport your harvested snow geese when you leave the field or the location that we are hunting.

  • 13.    There may be some long walking required to get to the decoy set from the vehicles through muddy, wet, cold, snow, frozen ground, icy ground, dusty or hot conditions, through harvested wheat fields, bean fields, cornfields, cattle pastures, brush lines, ditches, and any other land or field obstacles that may present themselves and does require a certain amount of physical activity. It is important that you take this into consideration when booking a hunt with us because of any physical ailments or injuries that there is walking required and we cannot accommodate everyone with possible conditions to get out to where we are hunting.

Our guides’ safety and your safety are of the most importance to us and we want to make sure we are providing you with a safe and fun atmosphere while on a hunting trip with us. This is our way of providing you with the information and rules that we feel are necessary to keep our hunts safe and responsible. We are in no way responsible for your belongings and your gear and or equipment while on a hunt with us and you are taking full responsibility for yourself and your actions during your guided hunt with us. By signing this form, you are agreeing to our rules and acknowledging that we have provided you with information about transporting waterfowl across borders.

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