Turkey Hunting in the PNW

Hotel • Guided


Washington Turkey Hunting

3-Day Hunt | Up to 2 Birds

Rain, Sleet, Snow, or Shine makes no difference to spring turkey hunting around the PNW … when these birds are fired up and so am I!

With access to land in Unit 162 and the expert guidance and calling from your experienced guide you are guaranteed an action-packed turkey hunting experience. We don't provide lodging for this hunt but your guide can provide recommendations for hotel stay in nearby Dayton, Washington.

Base price is per person for a 3-Day hunt for one bird. Add more days or a second bird for additional fees per person.

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Additional Days


Second Bird


Your Host

Shane's Trip

Shane M

We work with outfitter's to produce quality filmed hunts that showcase all trophy species that each have to offer. We offer filmed and produced hunts to the everyday hunter that wants his/her hunt on film for memories

from $1650/Experience

Base Price

$1650.00 Per Person Per Experience


$550.00 Per Person Per Item


$330.00 Per Item


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
  • Access to WA Unit 162
  • Expert Calling
  • Opportunity to take 2 Birds



Gear List

  • Weather Appropriate Hunting Attire
  • Weapon and Ammo
  • Personal Hunting Gear
  • Hotel Arrangements

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Rules & Guidelines


All hunters in Washington must possess a valid hunting license in order to take or attempt to take game animals. Youth uner 16 are eligible for reduced-fee licenses. First-time hunters must provide proof of successful completion of a hunter education course in order to obtain a license.

Additional information on bag limits, permits, and species-specific regulations can be found on the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife website.

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