Potential for a bruiser archery Kansas whitetail.
This Kansas outfitter took a 266 2/8″ B&C monster whitetail buck in 2006, the new #3 non-typical in the state of Kansas.
You may have seen this buck on the cover of North American Whitetail’s 2007 February issue or Huntin’ Fool’s 2007 June issue.
Taking a 150 class buck on this property is a real possibility for those hunters who pass on younger bucks and match wits against the mature whitetail deer. Come hunt the ground that can produce big deer and time will be on your side to eventually shoot the deer of your dreams.”
Hunting season in Kansas is Mid-September through December.
This is a semi-guided deer hunt; you are not all on your own. The Outfitter will provide maps and markers to help you find the tree stands located in all the archery hunting hot spots. Stand locations are surveyed from aerial maps and strategically placed with several years of scouting and reports from previous clients. They monitor the deer activity and history in determining where to place the stands however, if you find a spot that looks hot, the stands can be moved.
Success Rates and Trophy Quality
Kansas has good genetics, but add crops and a natural food supply, plus good management and you have a recipe for trophy bucks. Taking a 150” class buck on this property is a real possibility if you are willing to pass on younger bucks.
Drawing a Kansas Whitetail Hunting Archery Tag
Archery Unit 14 whitetail deer tags in Kansas are awarded on a lottery drawing basis. The applications for the tags are usually available by late April, and completed forms must be turned in by April 30th. The actual drawing takes place any time in June. Drawing success is 99.9%.
You can find this application and more information at the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks website.
*A 50% deposit to the Outfitter holds your spot and will be refunded by July 31st if you fail to get drawn.
Trophy pics from this hunt:
You’ll be hunting in archery Unit 14 near Topeka, Kansas.
Food and Accommodations:
The Outfitter provides lodging, aerial maps, tree stands and a place to care for your deer after harvest. Lodging is provided in either a local motel or a cabin where you can cook your own meals. Meals are not provided. All hunters will arrive on Friday, Saturday or Sunday.
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