Kansas Whitetail


Kansas is one of the best states in the United States for whitetail deer making it a dream destination for all deer hunters.

We are excited to offer you the opportunity to harvest one of these Kansas trophy whitetail deer on your next Kansas whitetail hunting trip. Although Kansas is a draw state, not getting drawn is almost a thing of the past. With the new draw regulations and limits, the dream can now become a reality. These are 5 day semi-guided archery only hunts.Kansas whitetail2

KANSAS WHITETAIL IN UNIT 7:

Texas hunters are accustomed to spotting 50 deer a day. Kansas is a little different. The average in this unit is 5 to 10 deer per hunt with a buck to doe ratio of 1 : 2. Bucks average 125 to 150 P&Y. With the genetics of Kansas deer and the abundance of high protein food, such as agricultural crops and food plots larger trophy deer are possible. Patience is the key to harvesting a 150+ class buck but first you must pass on the younger bucks, however, there are no antler restrictions and there is not a trophy fee.
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OUR PROPERTY:

Unit 7 is located in North Central Kansas at the Nebraska border. We are 5 miles north of Lebanon. This quality deer habit includes rolling terrain, timbered areas, creek bottoms, food plots and an abundance of agriculture fields. Within this rich soil landscape Kansas whitetails have no shortage of food or water whatsoever. We keep the number of hunters to a minimum. For the 2016 season, we have acquired an additional 10 thousand acre ranch with exceptional whitetail habitat. We feel with the addition of this property 2016 will be an exciting year.
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HOW WE HUNT:

You will be hunting from ladder stands and pop up blinds. FYI: crossbows are legal in Kansas. A safety harness is required for use in all the tree stands. You can trust that we have had our boots on the ground scouting locations and conditions, with the help of trail cameras, assuring the best location for the stand or blind. These are semi-guided hunts. Guides do not sit in the stand with you, however you are not entirely on your own. Guides will help recover your deer and field dress the animal. Archery hunts offer the opportunity to rattle aggressive bucks that are sparring and testing each other.
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  • Lodging and meals are not included (a local motel is working with us on a reduced rate of $60 per night for double occupancy)
    There are several restaurants close to the motel




  • For the 2016 hunting season we have 3 available hunts to choose from:
    October 14th – 18th $1,500/per hunter
    October 20th – 24th $1,500/per hunter
    October 26th – 30th $1,500/per hunter

  • Prices do not include hunting tag and license fees for the State of Kansas.

  • A deposit of $650 is required to hold your reservation. In the unlikely event your draw is unsuccessful, your full deposit will be refunded. Results are usually available within 30 days. The remaining balance is due by June 1st, 2016 with no refunds after that date.

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Kansas deer tag and license information:

You may purchase your hunting license from the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism. Permits are issue by a draw system. Applications are available online from April 1, 2016 thru April 25, 2016. If you were born after July 1, 1957, you must have a valid hunter’s safety card, which must be in your possession while hunting.

Nonresident White-tailed Deer Permit Fee : $346.96 (16 and older)
Nonresident hunting license: $72.50

Nonresident Youth White-tailed Deer Permit Fee: $116.34 (youth 15 and younger)
Nonresident hunting license under 16: $37.50

This information is subject to change. Visit the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism website for up to date information.


CLICK HERE to listen to Larry Large visit with outdoor writer Luke Clayton on public radio discuss this past Kansas whitetail hunt.




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