WHITETAIL HUNTING GUIDES
Everything is big in Kansas. Big country. Big farms. Big Whitetail.
We run both archery hunts (mid November during the rut) and rifle (early December during firearm season. Our network of farmers and land owners allows for a large hunt radius. This keeps stands fresh and pressure low.
We offer a limited number of white tail hunts every year with the focus on quality over quantity. Our bread and butter deer will score between 140-180, with the chance at a true giant of 180+.
Make no mistake we want our hunters to be successful but this is not a meat hunt. This is a trophy hunt. We do out best to manage the herd to ensure a healthy population. If any of our hunters chooses to harvest a deer less than 140 they will be assessed a $1000 penalty collected the day of the harvest. No exceptions.
Kansas whitetail hunts are a lottery license conducted each April. We walk you through the process to ensure you apply for the correct zone. These are competitive tags but you do have a good opportunity to draw every year, with the option to purchase preference points for next year if you don’t draw.