Texas Turkey Hunts
Hunters of all experience levels are capable of harvesting birds on Prone Outfitters Texas Turkey hunts. With over 36,000 acres throughout North and South Texas, Prone’s semi-guided and fully-guided clients have proven successful hundreds of times.
Extremely large numbers of Rio Grande Turkey populate our ground, and our future depends on the continued success of our clients. You should expect nothing less than some of the best turkey hunting North America has to offer.
Choose from 2
Turkey Hunting Ranches
Click the tabs for specific info pertaining to correlating ranch!
North Texas Turkey Hunts
City of Stamford, Texas (Click Me!)
3 Hours West of Fort Wort, Tx. The ranch is a ten minute drive from the town of Stamford, Tx.
Property Size - 7,500 Acres
Heavy Oak cover along 3.5 miles of creek bed provides obvious roosting areas. Light Mesquite cover and farm ground adjacent to creek. MASSIVE Rio population!
Accommodations - In Town
Food and lodging are in town ten minutes from the ranch. Costs are not included at our Stamford location.
Group Size: 2 - 8
Minimum of two hunters per group. Eight total hunters allowed on ranch at one time during North Texas turkey hunts.
Harvest Limits - 2 Toms
You are allowed two Toms on this North Texas turkey hunt. Wild hogs are over-populated on this property and can be shot any time at no extra cost.
South/Central Texas Turkey Hunts
City of Fort Mckavett, Texas
2.5 hours North West of San Antonio.
Property Size - 30,000 Acres
A large variety of terrain make this Central Texas turkey hunt a bit more challenging. However, we still harvest over 50 Rios a year at this location.
Accommodations - On Site
Food and lodging are included in the daily rate at this location. Home-cooked meals and rustic bunk style lodging on property. Click the "Fort Mckavett Ranch" button for details and pictures.
Group Size: 2 - 16
Minimum of 2 hunters per group. Maximum of 16 hunters per camp. Four separate camps throughout property.
Harvest Limits - 2 Toms
Hunters are allowed two Toms on these Central Texas turkey hunts. Wild hogs are sporadic, and fairly uncommon on this hunt, but can be harvested at no additional cost.
You will receive plenty of personal direction and information on Prone’s semi-guided turkey hunts. A Prone Outfitters guide will escort you around the ranch before your hunt beings. He will take you along the perimeter of a 300 to 750-acre section designated to you. Land marks, such as creek beds and/or fences will define your borders.
During the ride, we will provide as much information as possible about your area. This discussion will include recent sightings, roosting, dusting, and feeding areas, water holes, and common travel paths. Once we have established a general plan, your quest of harvesting a Texas Rio will be underway!
Your guide will take great interest in the details following each hunt. Combined with our previous knowledge, the information you provide will determine our recommendations. We expect all of our clients to be successful, and with a few basic guidelines, your hunt should be no different.
You will be escorted by a guide 100% of the time during Prone’s fully-guided turkey hunts. He will choose your hunting locations and will tailor his strategies to fit your skill level. He will call, provide decoys, if he decides to use them, and employ the use of hunting blinds if necessary.
What to Bring
Wild turkey have amazing eyesight and a great sense of hearing. We highly recommend QUIET camouflage, from head to toe!
- Long sleeve shirt/hoodie
- Face Net (for Gnats and Skeeters) **do not forget this item**
- Turkey Vest/Chair
- Calls (Semi-guided hunt)
- Pop-up Blind
- Face Paint