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White tailed deer hunting in United States

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White-tailed deer is the No 1 game animal in the United States. Numerous, well adapted to coexistence with humans, and delicious - no wonder when most Americans say “hunting”, they mean white-tailed deer hunting. In most states the animal is so abundant that hunters may harvest five or more deer a season. But it doesn’t mean that deer hunting is easy. Whether you aim to fill the freezer, or kill an old, mature buck with an impressive rack to put on your wall, you’ll find the whitetail a hard nut to crack. Some hunters prefer the solitude and quiet of bowhunting, others like to still-hunt or make small drives with their friends. The best time and the worst time for hunting white-tailed deer is usually the rut, which usually takes place in November. Unfortunately, this time usually sees the firearms season, when most public lands are swarming with hunters and bullets fly about like hail. If you don’t have access to private land, your only choice of escape from “the orange army” is to seek the services of an outfitter or professional guide. The quest for the buck of your dreams may take you miles away from your home. The Midwest, especially Kansas, has the reputation of the land where the biggest whitetails dwell, and Texas is the world’s capital of game ranches, where a variety of selecting tools and specialized feed is used to ensure the biggest-antlered deer. But whether free-range or farmed, good deer hunting can be found in any state that has white-tailed deer, as the offers from our outfitters testify.
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White tailed deer hunting in United States

White tailed deer hunting in United States

White-tailed deer is the No 1 game animal in the United States. Numerous, well adapted to coexistence with humans, and delicious - no wonder when most Americans say “hunting”, they mean white-tailed deer hunting. In most states the animal is so abundant that hunters may harvest five or more deer a season. But it doesn’t mean that deer hunting is easy. Whether you aim to fill the freezer, or kill an old, mature buck with an impressive rack to put on your wall, you’ll find the whitetail a hard nut to crack. Some hunters prefer the solitude and quiet of bowhunting, others like to still-hunt or make small drives with their friends. The best time and the worst time for hunting white-tailed deer is usually the rut, which usually takes place in November. Unfortunately, this time usually sees the firearms season, when most public lands are swarming with hunters and bullets fly about like hail. If you don’t have access to private land, your only choice of escape from “the orange army” is to seek the services of an outfitter or professional guide. The quest for the buck of your dreams may take you miles away from your home. The Midwest, especially Kansas, has the reputation of the land where the biggest whitetails dwell, and Texas is the world’s capital of game ranches, where a variety of selecting tools and specialized feed is used to ensure the biggest-antlered deer. But whether free-range or farmed, good deer hunting can be found in any state that has white-tailed deer, as the offers from our outfitters testify.
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Late Season Archery Whitetail Hunt Missouri, United States

Still in the top ten of states that have phenomenal deer hunting, Missouri has an estimated deer population of 1.2 million whitetails and on average 500,000 hunters take part in hunting. Missouri hunters continue to harvest over 200,000 deer per year and ranks in the top ten of all states for record deer taken. Missouri tags are available over the counter. All of our Missouri whitetail hunts are guided and include lodging, two meals, as well as transportation to and from stands. We currently have over 200 pre-hung stands on our over 10,500 acres of managed ground! We pay close attention to the wind and all other contributing factors. Our guides take you to and from the stands. In and effort to make our hunts better, we have eliminated the two weeks of pre-rut hunts we have previously had. The Oct 25th hunt will be our first full main hunt. Any groups of 4 or more that want any other date prior to the October Hunt please contact us for availability. 8 point its 125 125 for main frame 8 point bucks 140 for 9+ point bucks 500 dollar fine for shooting a buck under 50% Discount - Children under the age of 18 with paid adult 50% Discount - For Women Archery hunts with paid adult hunt Father Son or Daughter Discounts available for archery hunts or 2nd week rifle and muzzleloader hunts. The 50% discount for women and kids doesnt apply for rut bow or first week of gun. Its 50% discount for 18 and under with paid adult ( full price for adult). Women is the same 50% discount with spouse at full price.

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White-tailed deer

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Package price
$1,600
for 5 days, 1 hunter
(10.0)

9 reviews

Hunting season: 7 Dec 2020 5 Jan 2021

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