2023  Season

Starts Saturday, April 1st

Ends Sunday, May 1st


According to the National Wild Turkey Federation, there are six subspecies of wild turkeys.

Four of them can easily be found in the U.S., but hunters need to come to Mexico to hunt the Ocellated and Gould’s.

The latter can be harvested in the U.S., but with great difficulty because of its scarcity.

These two “Mexican” wild turkeys are needed to obtain the Royal and World Slams of turkey hunting.

For 3 nights, with everything included and the right to harvest one turkey: US $3,350


Those accompanying hunters, but not hunting (3 nights):

US $890


Support staff: US $75/night


Hunters under the age of 16 just pay 75% of the total cost.

  • One turkey

  • Use of recent-model 12 gauge shotguns

  • Professional skinning of your bird (according to procedure taught by a World Champion U.S. registered taxidermist)

  • All hunting fees and tags

  • Cartridges necessary for hunting

  • An experienced guide for each hunter

  • Blinds and decoys

  • Quality accommodations

  • Delicious meals

  • Open bar with local and imported drinks

  • Transportation to-and-from the city of Durango

  • Transportation within the ranch in comfortable 4x4 vehicles

  • Souvenir hat with "El Durangueño" logo.

  • Harvesting 1st extra turkey: US $790

  • The 2nd is US $990


  • The 3rd is US $1,190


  • Additional nights: the first one is US $290; the second extra night is US $350​


  • Additional hats (from the one we give our hunters): US $25


  • OTHER HUNTS: Duck hunting: US $150 per day. Javelina and predator hunts (bobcats, lynx, coyotes, etc.) are US $100. Going out with specific intention to hunt them, whether successful or not, is considered a hunt and charge accordingly.

A 50% down payment is required to secure a reservation.

The balance must be paid no later than 90 days before the day of arrival. If it isn’t, reservations can be cancelled without a reimbursement.

In cancellations of a fully paid reservation less than 90 days prior to arrival, half of the package cost will be lost, but the other half can be used towards deposits of a hunt for the next year. If not used then, the money will be lost.


Wounded turkeys or hens are considered as harvested.


Based on tag availability, Outfitter reserves the right to limit tags for additional gobblers, or to charge for them, without prior notice.



Check-in is at 14:00; check-out at 10:00.


What's Included




We allow non-hunting guests to hunt for themselves once all paid hunters within a group have harvested a turkey.


The cost is US $300 per outing, either morning or afternoon,

successful or not.


The trophy fee for the successful guest is US $890 for the first turkey; the second is US $990.