Kansas Turkey Hunting

  • Mid-America Hunting Association is a self-guided private land
    hunting association.  Kansas turkey hunting with Mid-America Hunting Association covers 92,000 + acres in 33 counties. 
  • Each farm has been scouted and leased directly from the landowner.
  • All farms are posted and mapped on county road maps with aerial photos and GPS coordinates. (Below)
  • Reservations can be made as early as the day of the hunt or up to 30 days in advance.
  • All hunting is controlled by a telephone or online reservation/map system to ensure each day you have a farm or spot reserved for you exclusive use.
  • Lodging is not included, but a lodging list is provided. 
  • Scouting is allowed by reservation also.  Many turkey hunters use turkey season to scout for the fall deer season.
  • Each year we have more turkey land than we have turkey hunters. 
  • Everyone may hunt on their schedule to fill all spring and fall tags.
  • Upland bird and Waterfowl hunting are also included. Deer hunting is optional.
  • Turkey hunters have a variety of options.  Zero in on one state and one region or attempt to hunt multiple states in multiple regions. 

Sample Map of 160 Acre Farm

Sample Aerial Photo of 160 Acre Farm

All maps are available on our online map and reservation system
GPS Coordinates are provided for every farm on our online map system

Eastern - Rio Grande Distribution


Kansas has a three part turkey identity. Eastern in east, a band of hybrid Eastern mixed with Rio Grande then pure Rio Grande out west.

  • Kansas leases cover all Management Units except Unit 4 which is extreme Southwest Kansas. The Northern and Eastern regions traditionally have the largest concentration of turkey on MAHA leased land.
  • The Kansas land is predominately Easter Turkey but also includes Rio Grande Turkey in the Northwest region.
  • Residents and non-residents can purchase a Kansas hunting license and 2 spring turkey tags over the counter or online. Additional fall tags may be purchased also.
  • The spring turkey season is 8 weeks long which includes a youth and archery only season prior to the firearms season.
  • Shooting hours are one-half hour before sunrise to sunset. Turkey hunting is allowed all day.
  • Limit: One turkey with a visible beard per permit or game tag. Two birds may be harvested the same day
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Fall Season

Fall season begins October first.  It overlaps with upland bird, duck, deer into January broken by firearms deer season.  Archery and gun season is combined.  Fall season runs daylight long. Dogs permitted.  Up to 4 tags available depending on locality.  Each tag is either sex.