Now that deer and duck seasons have ended, my thoughts have already turned to the upcoming 2016 Mississippi Spring Turkey Season. It is six weeks away, which seems a long way off, so I will spend February participating in some squirrel and rabbit hunting, while watching the calendar days creep by until opening day.
February is a great time to start preparations for the season by checking your turkey hunting gear for needed repairs or replacement, patterning your shotgun, tuning your calls, practice with your calls and some preseason scouting trips to your favorite turkey hunting woods in early March.
The 2016 Youth Season opens March 8th and the regular season opening March 15th. Bag Limits are: One (1) adult gobbler or 1 gobbler with a 6-inch or longer beard per day, 3 per spring season. Hunters 15 years of age and younger may harvest 1 gobbler of choice (any age) per day, 3 per spring season. Check the MDWFP web site for any areas that are closed to turkey hunting.
Mississippi is blessed with many Counties in the State that have abundant turkey populations along with thousands of acres of public and private lands for chasing those wilily long beards.
Always remember to hunt safe, have fun, take a kid hunting and I hope you have a successful Spring Turkey Season
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