Kansas Predator Hunting Lodge, Outfitter & Guide Service

Tallgrass Lodge is a full service Kansas hunting lodge, outfitter and guide service nestled into the flint hills of Northeast Kansas. Our lodge is located two hours north of Wichita, two hours west of Kansas City, and approximately 9 miles southwest of Junction City Kansas, only 7 miles south of I-70. So no matter were you are coming from, getting to our lodge is very easy. We hunt thousands of acres loaded with coyote, and bobcat, and more acreage is added every year. Hunting methods include bait piles, decoys, and sit and call using both mouth and electronic calls.  We are usually successful at calling predators into close range.  You can expect to have shots from ten to three hundred yards.  We typically hunt predators with 17 HMR’s all the way up to .300 Winchester Magnums. We have an over abundance of coyotes on our property.  We are not only a hunting lodge we are also a working cattle ranch, so you can bet the coyotes are out there, usually not far from our herd.  Sit out on our porch one evening and you will here why our predator hunters are so successful. Don’t worry if you have little or no experience with predators, our highly skilled guides will be glad to show you the ropes. Just come and try predator hunting one time and you will see why this sport is quickly becoming so popular.

2015 Kansas Predator Hunting Rates

Kansas Predator Hunt Daily Rate – $350

Daily Rate – No services – $150

Predator hunts are $350.00 per day per hunter.  Please note this fee is based on a minimum of two hunters.  Add $50 per day for a party of one.

What is Included: Guide, Breakfast, Lunch and Supper and one night stay in our lodge.

What is not included: Licenses, permits, taxes, and gratuities.

Daily no services hunts are $150.00 per day per hunter and include access to our property only.

Important Information for your Hunt

Kansas Predator Hunting Seasons

Kansas Predator Hunting Seasons

In Kansas Coyote are still considered varmints.  You can hunt them year round and there is no limit.  The 2013 Kansas Bobcat Season should be November 14 – February 15.  One Bobcat can be harvested per permit.  There is no limit. Note:  All furbearer hunting, trapping, and running seasons begin at 12 noon on opening day and close at midnight of closing day.

Please go to the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks website page for up to date details regarding Kansas Predator hunting requirements.

Kansas Predator Hunting Licenses and Permits

Kansas Predator Hunting Licenses 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. Each hunter will need a Kansas Hunting license.  Bobcat hunters will also need a Bobcat Permit.  The Non-Resident hunting license cost $72.50, and the Bobcat permit cost $102.50.  You can purchase all of your licenses and permits on line at the Kansas Wildlife and parks Web site.

Please go to the the Kansas Wildlife and parks Web site page for further details.

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.

Deposits for Tallgrass Lodge

50% of your total package costs are due when you make your reservations.  If you are booking a fall hunt (September – November) 100% of your balance is due by September 1st.  If you are booking a winter hunt (December – March) 100% of your balance is due 60 days prior to your scheduled hunt.

Tallgrass Lodge Cancellation Policy

All packages not canceled within 90 days of your scheduled hunt will result in forfeit of 100% of your deposit. All packages canceled prior to 90 days of your scheduled hunt will have a 10% processing fee charged and taken out of your deposit. If a member of your party does not show up for the hunt 100% of the price of the package booked is still due.

What to bring on your Kansas Predator Hunt

What to bring on your Kansas Predator Hunt

  • Kansas Hunting License
  • Kansas Furbearer License (For Bobcat Only)
  • Kansas Bobcat Permit (Non-Resident Only)
  • Gun or Bow
  • Gun or Bow Case
  • Season Appropriate Camo Clothing
  • Comfortable Boots
  • Decoys (optional)
  • Calls (optional)
  • Flash Light (optional)
  • Binoculars (optional)
  • Camera (optional)
  • Cooler (optional