2005 Kansas Whitetail Hunt

Submitted by ks on 3/16/05 at 11:47 PM. ( keshaw@cox.net )

I recently had hunters cancel on me so I am again offering this opportunity to hunt on private ground in central Kansas. I am looking for one or possibly two hunters(if 2 want to hunt together)only, for either muzzleloader, archery or rifle season.
I own 80 acres of heavy bedding area that has two acre food plots within the boundary of trees and two spin feeders towards the perimeter. There is a creek running through the property and feeder creeks entering from three directions. I am also across the road from 100 acres of CRP. I am surrounded by winter wheat, milo, corn and soybeans. I have a great area with allot of deer and a good ratio of bucks to does. If you are interested and would like to see trail cam pictures of some of the bucks in the area let me know. Information on tags can be found at http://www.kdwp.state.ks.us/. I also hope to have a few tags available for purchase, especially firearms permits.
The cost will be $1500 for a 5-day semi guided hunt. Food and lodging are not included but I can help find you a place to stay. You will hunt 15 minutes from a city of 14,000. I will ask for a $500 deposit to hold your reservation. If you would like to call me at 620-245-0811 during the day I can explain this hunt a little better, especially the acquisition of tags. My e-mail address is keshaw@cox.net


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This response submitted by Ron on 3/17/05 at 4:28 PM. ( )

where you at in Kansas. What class bucks are average? I hunted northeastern Kansas for gobblers twice and they kill some big bucks on the same property. It was called Kansas Trophy Whitetails. I am from Wisconsin.


This response submitted by Kendall on 3/17/05 at 10:21 PM. ( )

I'm in central Kansas. You have a good chance to harvest a buck in the 150-160 class. A 187" buck was taken 1 mile away 3 years ago and I have trail cam pictures of some very good bucks. This hunt is on my own ground so hunters have it all to themselves.

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