Just Click on the Markers below to get information for unguided Turkey hunts on Hunting Club Ranches, Public Lands, and Military bases. Included are Day Hunts, California Hunting Clubs to join, access information, and DFG special hunt information.
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We present our up to date collection of places you can hunt for Turkey, both public and private. Your best bets are on private ranches and we have found over 50 of them that you can hunt on, without a guide.
Some of these are Hunting Clubs, and others offer day hunts.
The Public Lands are BLM and Military properties known to hold Turkey, and we'll give you contact info so you can gain access.
Fort Hunter Liggett (FHL) is an active military training facility encompassing approximately 162,000 acres of grasslands, woodlands, and chaparral habitats in southern Monterey County. FHL is about 25 miles southwest of King City along Jolon Road, and about 50 miles northwest of Paso Robles. When military training activities allow, FHL may have up to 130,000 acres open to hunting on weekends and federal holidays, except Christmas Day. The number of hunters is limited any given weekend and registration is on a first-come first-served basis except for the general A-Zone deer season in which a lottery system is used.
Hunting on Fort Hunter Liggett requires an FHL hunting permit, a valid California Department of Fish and Game (CDFG) hunting license, species tags and/or stamps, and photo identification. CDFG license, species tags or stamps are not available at FHL.