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Alabama Turkey Hunting at Great Southern Outdoors 

Great Southern Outdoors offers the most unique Alabama turkey hunting experience in the state. Due to intensive management on our property, we have a healthy and abundant population of eastern wild turkeys. By only allowing a very limited number of hunters per Alabama turkey season, we have a 99% success rate in harvesting Alabama wild turkeys on our plantation. Our top-notch guides are the best in the business when it comes to helping you succeed on your Alabama turkey hunting trip.

During the Alabama turkey season, we only offer 12 spots for hunters to harvest turkeys at Great Southern Outdoors. This allows us to sustain a thriving population of Alabama wild turkeys. Great Southern Outdoors holds a National Wild Turkey Federation record for the largest eastern wild turkey harvested by a female in the state of Alabama. We offer two options for your Alabama turkey hunt at Great Southern Outdoors; 2 or 3-day hunts complete with on-site lodging, and meals prepared by our professional kitchen staff. In between hunts, you can spend time fishing at one of our ponds on the property or take part in an exciting Alabama hog hunt. Whichever way you choose to customize your Alabama turkey hunt at Great Southern Outdoors, you will be guaranteed to have a good time.

Alabama Turkey Hunting Prices

2 Day Hunt: $1,295

  • 1 mature gobbler
  • Meals and lodging

3 Day Hunt: $1,695

  • 2 mature gobblers
  • Meals and lodging


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Some good information on EHD and what to look for on your property.

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It's that time of year when reports of EHD typically start rolling in. Fortunately, it has been pretty quiet on that front so far this summer, but all of us should be vigilant in keeping an eye out for deer hit by the virus. This video explains how to look for an outbreak where you hunt and what to do if you find sick or dead deer.

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