Whitetail Deer:

This medium sized deer is the most common wild ungulate in the United states. It can easily be recognized by the white underside of it tail. With a weight anywhere from 130 pounds to 290 pounds, hunting the whitetail deer can produce a fine trophy for hunters of all skills.


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Wild turkey are native to the forest of North America, including the Ouachita National Forest in Southeastern Oklahoma. The wild turkey is the largest game bird in North America, with an average size of 10 to 25 pounds. Turkey hunts take patience and a steady hand, but a good hunt can produce a bird to be proud of.


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Wild hogs have been present in Southeastern Oklahoma for some time, and continue to thrive in the area. With their presence sparking many great hunts, hunting wild hogs will definitely give you stories to tell around the campfire.


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Oklahoma has two species of squirrel that are legal to hunt during the season, the fox squirrel and the gray squirrel. With an average weight of one to three pounds, hunting squirrel requires precision aim and a quick hand.


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Mountain Fork River Outfitters

P.O. Box 220

Smithville, OK 74957

phone: 580.306.2685