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Mid-America Hunting Association
Mid-America Hunting Association is a self guided private land hunting association. Missouri turkey hunting with Mid-America Hunting Association covers 60,000 + acres of private leased land in 34 counties. See map to right.
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.
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 the farm or spot you have reserved each day is for your 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.
Missouri private land access at it’s finest! No comparison to public land. Reservations insure exclusive use to the farm you have reserved for that day.
Missouri has always been one of the top, if not top spring turkey states in the country. Last spring season Missouri harvested 35,789 birds. Missouri turkey are the Eastern.
Tags can be purchased over the counter or online. Small Game permits are not required to purchase a spring turkey tag. Fall tags are also available.
The spring season is three weeks long. Shooting hours are one half hour before sunrise to 1 pm.
Limit: Two bearded birds during the season: Only one bird during the first week; If you don’t take one during the first week, you may take two during the second and third week; You may not take two turkeys on the same day.
Those wanting to maximize their Mid-America Hunting Association membership during spring season also have options of hunting two other Association states. This will allow five spring tags within reasonable driving distance. A handful of hunters each spring will fill all five tags which we reference the MAHA Slam.
While all three Association states have overlapping spring seasons and plenty of turkeys, attempting to cover three states in one season is quite the task. Each year 5 to 10 members attempt to fill all 5 tags. At best a half dozen are successful yearly.
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