Kansas Deer Hunting
Archery Kansas Deer Hunting for Trophy Whitetails
- Outstanding trophy quality. Bucks can exceed 200″.
- Comfortable lodging with excellent food.
- This Kansas outfitter will accommodate all levels of hunters.
- Experienced guides
Deer hunts in Kansas takes place in the northern end of the Kansas Flint Hills in units 8 and 9.
You’ll be hunting on 15,000 intensely managed acres in the Flint Hills. Hunting pressure is light due to low hunter numbers in the area, and this Kansas deer hunting area has produced many upper-end Boone and Crockett entries. Trophy quality is exceptional, and this is truly a hunt where a 200 inch buck is conceivable. A year-round feed program utilizing protein feed, food plots, and free choice feeders helps to hold deer from the earlier seasons into the late December season.
You will be hunting from shooting houses, ground blinds, and tree stands. Your guide will check the wind and set you in stands that have the proper wind direction. If the wind changes to an unproductive direction, the guides will relocate you to a new stand. This hunt is best suited for hunters interested in harvesting higher end trophies. Deer numbers are not high although age structure, genetics, and trophy quality is world class. Hunter success will typically be approximately 50%. Weather variables can drive success both up or down.