If you are shopping around for a Kansas whitetail deer hunt then don’t look any further. We have eight-thousand acres of intensely managed farmland located in the northeastern corner of the state that constantly produces enormous whitetail bucks.
Intense land management practices make these farms some of the best whitetail deer habitat to be found anywhere in the Midwest. Archery season commences the last week of October during the height of pre-rut activities and cover the entire rut through late-November. Archers are provided tower and tree stands located in the middle of prime whitetail habitat and ground blinds are available for more immediate access to well-traveled areas.
Rifle hunters have two five-day hunts to choose from starting in late-November and running through the first week in December. This hunt is semi-guided and is all-inclusive, with home-cooked meals and true mid-western farm accommodations.
Licenses are issued through competitive drawing with excellent draw success. Applications must be submitted not later than May 31st. This is one of the best kept secrets in the whitetail hunting business so don’t miss out.