What is included: Excellent food, world class lodging, professional guides, field transportation, and field dressing of your deer.
What is not included: Licenses, permits, taxes, and gratuities.
We can of coarse customize our guided Kansas Whitetail Deer Hunts to suit your needs by adding extra days or additional hunts. Our Kansas Deer Hunts are semi-guided. Your guide will take you to and from your stand. This is your hunt! I will tailor your hunt to meet your needs. You tell me what you want and I will make it happen. If you would like to arrange for a fully guided hunt I can arrange for a guide to stay with you for a small fee. Once your trophy is down, give us a call and we will pick you up and haul your deer out for you. We will field dress your deer only. We would be glad to cape and process your deer for an extra fee.
Kansas Whitetail Deer Hunting Seasons:
The 2013 Kansas Whitetail Bow season dates should be September 16 – December 31.
The Kansas Whitetail Rifle season always starts the first Wednesday after Thanksgiving and runs for twelve days. The 2013 Kansas Whitetail Rifle Season dates should be December 4 – December 15.
The 2013 early muzzleloader season dates should be September 16 – September 29.
Please go to the following Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks website page for up to date details regarding Kansas Whitetail season dates.
Kansas Whitetail Deer Hunting Licences and Permits:
Permits and licenses are not included in the package prices. It is the responsibility of the hunter to obtain the proper permits and licenses. Nonresident Whitetail permits are distributed by drawing. The application period for 2013 will be April 1-26. Not getting drawn for a permit is a thing of the past. For the past several years every hunter that has applied has been drawn including the 2012 whitetail season. In fact there were several thousand Whitetail Permits leftover state wide that were sold over the counter on a first come first served basis. Nonresident Whitetail hunters will need a Nonresident Hunting License which cost $72.50 and a Nonresident Whitetail permit valid for UNIT 8, which cost $322.50. Please go to the the following Kansas Wildlife and parks Web site page for further details.
Our Deer Stands:
Our typical stand height is 10 – 15 feet off the ground. We hunt out of ladder, hang-on, tripod, ground and tower stands. We spend a lot of time monitoring deer movement to make sure our stands are in the best spot possible. We hang them in heavy timber, around food plots, on saddles, and along travel routes between feeding and bedding areas. Please let us know about any special requests or needs when you book your hunt.
50% of your total package costs are due when you make your reservations. The remainder of your package cost is due by September 1st of the same year as your scheduled hunt.
If you cancel before June 1st before your scheduled hunt your deposit will be refunded less a 10% processing fee. If you cancel after June 1st of the year of your hunt your entire deposit will be forfeited. If a member of your party does not show up for the hunt 100% of the price of the package booked is still due.
Anyone born on or after July 1, 1957 must have completed a certified hunter safety course to hunt in Kansas. Please visit the KDWP home page for further information.