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Big Island 2010 Spring turkey hunting season set

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The Department of Land and Natural Resources announces the opening of the 2010 Spring Bearded Turkey Hunting Season on Monday, March 1, 2010. The spring season will run 31 consecutive days through Wednesday, March 31, 2010. The spring season will be for bearded turkeys only in locations identified below. The season length, bag limits, and hunting areas are those established in Title 13, Chapter 122, “Rules Regulating Game Bird Hunting, Field Trials and Commercial Shooting Preserves.” The appellate court ruling (Tanaka v. State, December 31, 2007) removed the Department’s ability to make any seasonal adjustments. The following conditions and restrictions will be in effect:

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Bag Limits and Tags

The daily bag limit shall be two bearded turkeys per hunter with a season bag limit of two. All hunters are required to have a current unused turkey tag in their possession while hunting. Tags are currently free of charge. Turkey tags are nontransferable and must be fastened with snaps and secured tightly around the neck of any bird taken immediately after the kill. Tags may be obtained from any Hawaii Island Division of Forestry & Wildlife office and a number of commercial vendors. Hunters must present current State of Hawaii Hunting License when obtaining tags. Turkey tags are also required on private land.

Information may be obtained by contacting Division of Forestry & Wildlife offices at the following phone numbers: Hilo: (808) 974-4221; Kamuela: (808) 887-6063 or the main office at (808) 587-0166.

2 Responses to “Big Island 2010 Spring turkey hunting season set”

  1. No Sympathy says:

    Just shoot ’em all!

    • van madding says:

      If they are a problem in your area I would be obliged to help you kill some of them next spring. I like to hunt on my own and not use a guide if you could be of any help locating the wary birds please feel free to write me back at the above email address. Thanks!

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