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"My trip to Nebraska to hunt turkeys with Scott Croner in May 2010 turned out to be one of the greatest hunting trips I have taken. The accommodations where excellent and Scott's knowledge and abilities made this trip memorable. Scott is the hardest working guide I have ever encountered, and his drive to provide a successful and enjoyable hunt is second to none. Scott thanks again for the great hunt and look forward to hunting with you again."

Ron Bieterman

"When we began our quest to film a double Grand Slam we had no idea how fun, exciting, and memorable our spring was going to be. Every hunt was special,..."


Chris Vincent & Jim Reynolds
Sportsman's Xtreme Outdoors TV Show

"Some of the Best turkey hunting I have had in my life. I saw over 30 turkeys a day and we harvested our 4 tom turkeys in 20 hours. Turkey hunting unlike anywhere in the United States."

Wallace Fennell
Camillus Knifes - Rock Hill, South Carolina

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Gary Walker Returns in 2012

Hi every one. If you have read the blogs from Scott Croners site you have read about my hunt last year. It was great. As you recall. I hunted last year in some of the worst weather you could imagine. 30 mile winds. rain and occasional snow flurries.Scott still got me my birds .Well, this year was about as 180 degrees the other way as you could imagine. We had sun, little wind and very dry. This was the problem all winter and spring. Hot weather started the birds early and they were about 3 to 4 weeks advanced. We were working birds that thought it was the third week in May not April. ( the last day I hunted It was 92 deg.)...Read More.