Virginia offers some of the best early season turkey hunting opportunities in the eastern region.
In addition to having over 2 million acres of public hunting land, Virginia’s spring hunting season lasts for five weeks, and has a three-bird bag limit.
Whether it is National Forests, State Forests, or DGIF’s Wildlife Management Areas, Virginia has many public accessible opportunities to hunt turkey this spring season. Learn more »
Is it truly possible to bag a bird on public land? Despite the negative reputation that public hunting land often receives, success on public land does exist if you are committed. Learn more »
Turkey hunting in the spring benefits population levels, but proper land management is also essential for thriving populations of wild turkeys in Virginia. Learn more »