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Old 03-15-2017, 08:15 AM
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Default Virginia or North Carolina Turkey hunting

I moved to Virginia 2 years ago and haven't made it out to hunt anything but waterfowl so far. I just go back to the midwest to hunt in the fall. I am looking for somewhere to Turkey hunt this spring in VA or NC in return for some $, a gift, or a favor. Its been 3 years since I have got to enjoy the thrill of listening to gobblers thundering off in the morning. It would be me only and I am extremely courteous and respectful. Please PM me with any help. Thank you so much and god bless.
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Old 03-16-2017, 06:08 AM
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Where in Va are you located? and how far are you willing to travel? Your "looking" in a pretty broad area... Va/NC...
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Old 03-16-2017, 06:53 AM
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Originally Posted by Alex G. View Post
Where in Va are you located? and how far are you willing to travel? Your "looking" in a pretty broad area... Va/NC...
I am located in Hampton Roads, Suffolk Virginia to be exact. I am willing to travel a couple hours if need be.
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Old 08-03-2017, 11:35 AM
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A few years late, but maybe you or others are still looking. I am a member of Colonial Flat Iron Hunt Club - based in Hampton Roads area.

We have many members here and meet monthly in Yorktown, but we have members all over Virginia and a few in other states.

Land is +- 3,500 acres in Charlotte County, near Red House and Lynchburg. More than 100 permanent stands - nice big ones (compared with commercial ladder stands) with 3x5 deck and side rails, more than 35 miles of ATV trails, camp area with old farm house buildings as cook-house etc and place for camping trailers or tents.

We're looking for some new members - you can find us through the club web page. Unfortunately I can't yet put URLs in - but search Google for Colonial Flat Iron Hunt Club, or go to cfihc dot com
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