Supported by Bear Proof Outdoors, Operation ReBoot Outdoors proudly uses diaphragm, slate, and box calls made by Aaron Hodgkins, of Thorndike, Maine. Turkey Season runs through May and into June. Resident Veterans, LEOs, and Service Members can plan on day trips; non-residents should plan to spend a 3 to 5-day hunt. Turkey Hunting Missions take place mainly in Central to Western Maine. Operation ReBoot Outdoors offers participants morning hunts in ground blinds, with evenings usually spent scouting roosting locations and spot and stalks for the following day’s hunt. Afternoons are usually spent story telling over lunch and enjoying a nice nap before the evening work. Participants are responsible for obtaining a State of Maine Big Game Hunting License, with a special turkey permit, along with appropriate hunting attire. A shotgun with turkey choke can be provided upon request. Operation ReBoot Outdoors provides the professionally guided hunt, food, and lodging if needed.