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Kansas Whitetail Deer Hunting

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Key Information:
Tour Duration: 5 day(s)
Group Size: 1 - 15 people
Destination: Kansas  
Category: Hunting outfitters
Specialty: Deer, Other big game  
Season: October - December
Min Price: 2700 US Dollar (USD) per person
Max Price: 4500 US Dollar (USD) per person

South Central

The plains of Kansas are now known as one of the top producers of trophy whitetail and mule deer. These hunts will take place on private lands. Five day rifle, muzzleloader and archery hunts are available for whitetails. Due to Kansas law, mule deer hunts are muzzleloader only. Turkey hunts are also available on many of the private lands where deer hunts take place. Turkeys are predominately Easterns. Upland hunts for pheasants can also be arranged. These are not pen-raised birds, rather wild, native ringnecks. Whether its trophy whitetails or flocks of ducks you are after, here is your place.


This outfitter was founded in 1995. That was the second year that Kansas allowed non-resident deer hunters. They have been involved with the Kansas Department of Parks and Wildlife and with the Kansas Outfitters Association. They have had much input into changes that have improved the “non-resident” climate in Kansas. They continue to push for changes that encourage hunting and make it easier for everyone who wants to hunt to get the chance.

The lodge is staffed with guides that are hunters. They have over 14,000 acres in Kansas, 14,000 acres in Nebraska, and 2,500 acres in Missouri. This is privately owned ground that they have leased. It is some of the best ground in the area.

This outfitter has many acres of quality private land available to hunters. They take every effort to increase the number of trophy bucks. They plant food plots where needed, and keep mineral pits fresh. They also limit the number of hunters they take each year. In addition, they harvest a number of does each year to manage the buck-to-doe ratio.

The ground consists of river bottoms and rolling farm land. They have crops such as corn, soybeans, wheat and alfalfa. They have hardwood timbers with several types of acorns and other natural foods that deer love. Most of the ground they hunt is hilly, with steep, deep ditches.

This outfitter has great turkey hunting locations as well. They only allow a small number of hunters to ensure your success. Most of the turkey hunters are deer hunters who couldn’t wait to come back and have a crack at the turkeys. They have many good flocks of turkey. The hunting pressure has been historically low, so these birds are not call shy.

Turkey hunts are offered in both Kansas and Nebraska. Come and hunt either state, or better yet, come and hunt both!

Kansas Whitetail Deer Hunting #2

This outfitter offers guided and unguided hunts on over 200,000 acres of private ranches throughout the mid-west. They offer hunts on the following species: whitetail deer, quail, turkey, pheasant.

This is a post rut type hunt and we tend to hunt from stands the majority of the time. The deer are not moving as much as during the rut and you will not see as many bucks. But, the potential to harvest an exceptional buck is greater in Kansas since the gun season is after the rut. Placing the gun season after the rut makes them less vulnerable and therefore bigger. Kansas muzzleloader hunt is held the last week of September, making it a great time to hunt big bucks. Bucks are still in predictable summer patterns and they have not been hunted. This hunt allows muzzleloader hunters to hunt deer prior to archery and gun hunters.

This outfitter also offers hunts in some of the best areas of the mid west. The quail and pheasant hunting is some of the best in the mid west and as you know quail and pheasant numbers fluctuate each year due to the rain, hail, predators, drought and other effects. That is where our large number of ranches we always have an area that has some birds each year. They bird hunt in Oklahoma, Kansas and Texas. These have proven to be some of the best bird hunting states in the mid west and south. They can handle groups of up to 12 hunters. They also offer horse back hunts on some of the ranches, this is a great way to hunt and not be worn out at the end of the day. They have fully guided hunts and unguided hunts for those who would like to come and hunt on their own and use their own dogs.

This outfitter offers a wide selection of turkey hunts to satisfy just about anyone’s addiction to turkey hunting. Whether you are trying to get your slam or just like to really get after them, they can tailor a hunt for you. They can hunt several different states and hunt several different species of turkey.

Beaver Creek

The Beaver Creek begins in Eastern Colorado and flows 280 miles northeast before dumping into the Republican River in southwest Nebraska. On its way it passes through this 3,500 acre ranch that consists of rough canyons, creek bottoms, and farmland that is meticulously preserved to ensure a thriving wildlife population. This area is home to some magnificent bucks - both whitetail and muley. Ongoing CRP programs allow for natural cover and the agriculture fields provide ample nutrition. Hunts include all lodging, guides and three hearty, home cooked meals each day.


Southcentral Kansas is loaded with some of the best whitetail terrain in the state. Hunting packages are available for rifle, archery and muzzleloader with this guide service. Hunts are conducted out of box blinds and tree stands placed in locations where there is heavy deer activity. Only four hunters are booked into this camp at any one time. If you are looking for personalized attention during your hunt, this is your place.

5 Day Rifle - $4,500
5 Day Archery - $2,850
Rifle - $3,700
Archery - $2,700
Muzzleloader - $2,700
5 Day - $3,000 (Rifle)

Licenses, tags and gratuities extra.

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