Conveniently Located
Columbia, MO 40 Mi
Kansas City,MO 150 Mi
St. Louis, MO 150 Mi
Quincy,IL 100 Mi
Springfield, MO 210 Mi
Branson, MO 260 Mi
Wichita, KS 340 Mi
Omaha, NE 260 Mi
Des Moines, IA 180 Mi
Chicago, IL 380 Mi
Peoria, IL 230 Mi
Springfield, IL 160 Mi
Memphis, TN 435 Mi
Dallas, TX 650 Mi
Family Owned & Operated since 1981
Hunting, fishing, outdoor recreation
One of America's most unique properties
6,200 private contiguous acres
800 surface acres of water
Hundreds of miles of shoreline
2,400 acres of wetlands resrve
2,000acres of hardwood forest
45 miles of private interior roads
Borders 7 miles East Fork Chariton River
Located on the Mississippi Flyway
Big Bucks, big bass, big birds
Seeing is believing
Notes & Quotes
Fishing: "As good as it gets"
Whitetails: How we got our name
Turkeys: USA's #1 Eastern hangout
Waterfowl: Where they like to land
Upland Birds: "Fast, mixed bag"
Aesthetics: "One of a kind"
Other activities: Unlimited
Goals: To get better
Service: Foremost
Lodging & Meals: "Like home or better"
Your time: Respected


Best Hunting & Fishing Times
Deer and General Game Animals
Turkey and Upland Game Birds
Game Fish

Contact Info
The Rodgers Family
Trophy Country
4472 Private Road 1296
Huntsville, MO 65259
Curt Rodgers Mobile:(660) 651-4204
Kevin Rodgers Mobile: (660)-651-2262
Duke Rodgers Mobile: (660) 651-4202
Main Office: (660) 277-4447

Trophy Country Turkey Hunting

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Missouri Turkey HuntingThe National Wild Turkey Federation spring harvest reports consistently show Missouri and Macon County at the top of spring kills.  For either the experienced hunter or the beginner, turkey hunting is one of America’s most challenging and artistic hunting experiences. 

Trophy Country is blessed with an abundance of great habitat and a bountiful supply of Eastern species of wild turkey. When the birds are congregating in flocks, it is not unusual to see groups of 100 or more birds.

Missouri Turkey Hunting

Missouri Turkey HuntinPast year’s regulations have allowed hunting from one-half hour before sunrise to 1:00pm.  The afternoons are left open for scouting out that particular trophy you might desire or other activities such as fishing, shooting sports, and mushroom hunting. 

During the first week you can kill one bird and two birds taken on successive days during the final two weeks.  The fall season is Oct 1st-31st.  You can take two birds of either sex and they can be taken on the same day during the fall season.

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A Trophy Country First!

Cash prize of $1000 or credit to a future hunt for a Top 10 overall national ranking bird or a $500 cash prize or credit to a future hunt for a top ten national category winner as sanctioned by the NWTF.

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