Kansas Deer Hunting
Kansas Deer Hunting
Deer numbers are on the rise in Kansas, with many areas have a buck to do ratio of 2:1.
It is no secret that Kansas produces some of the Midwest’s best Boone & Crockett qualifying whitetails. Kansas deer hunting is by draw only, but if you book two years in advance and get a preference point, you’re typically guaranteed to draw.
Why you should consider Kansas deer hunting:
- Every year 160-200+ inch bucks are taken in Kansas.
- Our hunters have extremely high success rates.
- Archery, gun and muzzleloader hunts.
- You can hunt with a
- Fairly light hunting pressure.
Archery Kansas Deer Hunting for Trophy Whitetails
This Kansas deer hunting outfitter operates in the northern end of the Kansas Flint Hills in units 8 and 9.
Kansas Deer Hunt
This area in Kansas has produced many upper-end Boone and Crockett entries. Trophy quality can exceed 200 inches.
The Kansas Flint Hills Units 8 and 9 have produced many upper-end Boone and Crockett entries, and trophy quality can exceed 200 inches. A year-round feed program utilizing protein feed, food plots, and free choice feeders helps to hold whitetail deer through the season into December when this hunt takes place.
Hunting is conducted from shooting houses, ground blinds, and tree stands. Only stands with proper wind direction will be utilized. If wind changes to an unproductive direction, hunter will be relocated to a new area. Hunt on 15,000 intensely managed acres in the Kansas Flint Hills. Kansas deer hunting pressure is light due to low hunter numbers in the area. 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.
Trophy quality can exceed 200 inches.
- Outstanding trophy quality
- Comfortable lodging
- Can accommodate all levels of hunters
- Excellent food
- Experienced guides
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My buck— eleven scorable points, lots of smaller extras, over 17 ½” of inside spread with heavy mass, and a field dressed weight at 215 lbs. The meat will be enjoyed this winter, and soon the antlers will hang on my wall for me to glance at occasionally and remember the turkeys in the hayfield, the smell of acorns on damp ground, and even the super moon that was visible during my sitting a deer stand and reminiscing of hunts in years gone by this past fall. Thank you Outdoors International.
I recently returned from a late season whitetail hunt in Dimmit County, in South Texas. What happened will go down in history as one of the greatest hunts of my life. I was hunting a buck that I’ve been chasing for the past five years. He’s a 14 year old legend we call Indigo, and he’s been an impossible deer to hunt for his entire mature life (since he was five).
Great outfitter. Great trophy whitetail hunting areas. Many ground blind and tree stand placements before the season allowing good positioning for wind. Constant monitoring of trail cams by the outfitter.
I was unsuccessful on my Kansas whitetail hunt, but absolutely I was happy! The hunt was great! However the weather killed us due to no one’s fault. The hunters right before me had great luck. The outfitter was very apologetic but the weather was out of his control. I’ll be going back next year.
I had no idea how much I would love deer hunting in Texas!