Cat Tracks Guide Service

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Wild Turkey Hunts

Cory Catlin:  Owner/Guide

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Click here for Gobbling!

 

Don't forget to check out the Triple Spurs. One of only five other birds ever confirmed in North America. Featured in the winter 2001 Turkey & Turkey Hunting magazine's "Scratchings" section, as well as the 2005 Turkey Hunting Almanac. Shot by Dave Hetherington and guided by Cat Tracks Guide Service.

    Turkey hunting is one of the fastest growing outdoor sports of it's kind, and certainly one of the most enjoyable. The excitement of hearing that first gobbler of the morning on a nearby roost is what draws hunters again, and again to the woods of southern Wisconsin. Whether this be your first hunt, or one of many, I will do my best to ensure it is a memorable one. Throughout this site you will find useful information that will help answer any questions you might have. The Hunt Information area will show you  the different zones in Wisconsin, as well as my prices, and a list of things to bring with you on your hunt.  Photos is where my clients, and myself, get to do a little bragging about the memorable experiences we've had. Some of the photos are of other activities such as fishing, or deer hunting. This section will be changed, and added to as the years progress. Weekly Update was designed to let all my clients know just exactly how the weather conditions have been, the activity of the birds, and other information that they might find useful before their hunt.                                                                                                                

I do more than just put you in front of a wild turkey; I also try to teach you a little about the turkey's habitat, and way of life. If you're ready to hunt the bruiser Toms of southern Wisconsin give me a call, or email me, and schedule a hunt. Remember that permits need to be submitted almost four months prior to the season. Good Luck! 

Also, Thanks!! for making my site one of the top 5 Wisconsin turkey hunting sites on Lycos.com. I am also listed with Google.com, and AOL.com . Without your support it never would have happened.

Don't forget to check out the WEEKLY UPDATES!

Providing you with what's going on in the area, as well as in the woods.

 

 

 

Spring 2005 Hunts are now booking! Check the calendar to see what's available!

 

CLICK LINK FOR WISCONSIN HUNTING LAWS

 

 

 

Contact Information

Postal address:
Cat Tracks Guide Service
1303 W. Wisconsin St.
       Portage, WI 53901
 
Telephone:      608-742-4467
       
 
E-Mail:  cattracks@verizon.net 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Send mail to cattracks@charter.net with questions or comments about this web site.
Last modified: May 08, 2006