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About hunting in Oklahoma
The sweeping plains of Oklahoma evoke images of cowboys and Indians: This state was once a government-created territory for Native Americans, and it was also a major route for cattle drives in the late 1800s. The high plains in the northwestern corner of the state are mostly flat to rolling; the southwestern part of the state is also a plains region but dotted with small mountain ranges such as the Antelope Hills. The Ozark and Ouachita Mountains rise along the eastern third of the state, with the highest elevations in the east. This varied geography means the state is a great hunting destination, home to a wide variety of wildlife, including white-tailed deer, elk, pronghorn, black bears, wild turkeys, and a variety of upland game and migratory birds. Oklahoma is a sleeper destination when it comes to having a great chance to take home a trophy white-tailed buck, and Oklahoma is now routinely featured on national hunting shows and is showing up on the bucket lists of trophy whitetail hunters everywhere. Deer inhabit a variety of Oklahoma habitats, including dense cross timber oaks, wide open mesas, pine-covered hills, rolling plains, and bottomland cypress swamps. There are three species of wild turkeys in Oklahoma: Easterns in the east, Rio Grandes in the central part of the state, and Merriams in the far west. There are also quite a few hybrid turkeys, especially where the ranges of the Rios and Easterns overlap. Black bears are present in southeastern Oklahoma, and archery and muzzleloader bear hunts are offered in the fall. There are large free-ranging elk herds on the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, as well as at Pushmataha, Cookson Hills, Spavinaw, and Cherokee wildlife management areas. Small herds also inhabit private land in Kiowa, Comanche, and Caddo counties. Pronghorn antelope are found in the western part of the state and can be hunted in Cimarron and Texas counties. Upland birds and waterfowl include bobwhite and scaled quail, pheasants, woodcock, doves, ducks and geese, and sandhill cranes. There are also hunting opportunities for feral hogs and prairie dogs in some regions of the state. Hunters in Oklahoma must wear 400 square inches of blaze orange above the waistline and on the head. For more information on hunting in Oklahoma, see https://www.wildlifedepartment.com/.
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Guided Duck Hunt United States
Hunts are conducted Sunrise to 1030-11 AM or once all limits are taken We hunt approx 1800 acres of Red River bottom farm land. Hunts are conducted on the Red River as well as small creeks and ponds and fields across our properties" Duck hunts $200 per person per hunt (Morning Hunts Only until 11AM) Max 8 hunters per hunt. Occasionally we will shoot a geese depending on the setup that day. Blinds,decoys,calling and dogs for retrieving birds included in hunt price. Client required to have proper hunting licenses and duck stamp prior to arrival including their hunter safety card. No hunt will be conducted if these are not in hand upon arrival and full payment is still required with no refunds. They are allowed to watch the hunt with NO weapon in hand. 50% of hunt fee as deposit at time of booking, the remaining 50% will be required within one week of booking date or can pay in full at time of booking. The birds are here so dont wait...Book your hunt today!
Trip duration: 1 day
Hunting season: 2 Nov 2019 26 Jan 2020
Coyote Predator Hunt United States
2 Days / 2 Guys $1,250.00 2 Days / 3 Guys $1,750.00 We have some of the best property in Oklahoma for predator hunting. With 31,000 acres of prime habitat to hold several coyotes and bobcats it will for sure be a action packed hunt with plenty of predator action awaiting your arrival
Trip duration: 2 days
Hunting season: 1 Jan 2019 31 Dec 2019
3 Day Archery Whitetail Hunt United States
Our whitetail genetics are extremely unique giving our bucks big bodies, big racks and a number of stickers and kickers, splits, and even droptines. Not only are our deer unique, but their habitat is unique as well. Our farms range from the deep Red River valley to the wide open mesquite flats and wheat fields. Your hunt includes lodging in our 2800sq ft lodge, meals, game care, assistance with game recovery and multiple pre-scouted set-ups.
Trip duration: 3 days
Hunting season: 1 Oct 2019 15 Jan 2020
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