White Tailed Deer hunting

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Where to hunt White Tailed Deer

The range of the white-tailed deer covers almost all North America. They are most common everywhere east of the Rocky Mountains. From the Rockies west, mule deer and black-tailed deer dominate, but whitetails are still found in river bottom areas and lower foothills in many western states. Whitetails are also found in many other areas of the world where they have been introduced, including New Zealand, Finland, the Czech Republic, and Serbia. Record books recognize a wide variety of subspecies, from Coues whitetails to Texas whitetails to northern whitetails, but the differences are largely in size and geographic region. Northern whitetails of Canada and the northern Midwest are the largest in body size; body size tends to get smaller the farther south you go, although antler size does not necessarily do the same, as some Texas whitetails have antlers that rival their northern cousins.

Price distribution

Guided whitetail deer hunts start at about $300-$500, depending on the location and duration of the hunt. Archery and muzzleloader hunts, where the chance to harvest a trophy is smaller, are typically cheaper. Prices increase with trip duration, the work that the outfitter has put in to improve the trophy quality and abundance, or the need to travel into remote areas, but most will cost under $3,500. The hunts offered around the $10,000 mark on BookYourHunt.com are mostly combination hunts with other animals, or calculated for a party of 3-4 hunters.

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Learn more from our blog story

When most Americans say “deer”, they typically mean “whitetail”, but there are other kinds of deer in North America. How many are there? Three? Six? Fifty-eight? Eighty? Select your answer and read our blog story to check yourself. Don’t forget that no matter how many kinds of deer there are, each of them represent an exciting opportunity for a challenging hunt.

26 Apr 2018 How Many Kinds of Deer Are There in North America?

When to hunt White Tailed Deer?

Whitetail deer hunting season is generous, beginning in August or September in most states and provinces, and often lasting well into the next year. However, the greater part of it is typically archery only, with the modern firearm seasons limited to a few weeks in October-November. This season usually coincides with the rut, which is generally supposed to be the best time to hunt white-tailed deer.

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Hunting methods All hunting methods (12)

Whitetails are hunted with a variety of methods depending on terrain, habits, and local laws and traditions. Most common is stand hunting, where a hunter watches from a likely area, either from a treestand or ground blind. In some states such as Texas and Michigan, baiting is legal, and hunters may be positioned near a feeder or bait pile. Driving is also a traditional method of deer hunting, especially in Eastern states that are thickly wooded. Still-hunting and spot-and-stalk are the most challenging and rewarding methods.

Why hunt White Tailed Deer? All hunts (361)

White-tailed deer are by far the most common ungulate in North America, and one of the world’s most popular animals to hunt. There’s a reason for this: While whitetails are extremely abundant throughout most of their range, they are wary and very challenging to hunt. Some hunters pursue whitetails to put healthy, organic, local meat in their freezer; others - for the challenge of outsmarting an old, mature buck, while for someone else the most important part of it is being in the same old autumn woods that their ancestors hunted for generations. But in any case a white-tailed deer hunt is a continuation of the tradition that is as old as America itself.

Whitetail/Bear/Coyote Combo 2020

Whitetail/Bear/Coyote Combo 2020 United States

This is a semi-guided economy hunt for a Maine whitetail buck with the option for black bear and coyote as additional opportunities. The black bear season overlaps with firearm season on deer in Maine and IFW allows hunters to take a late-season, fair chase bear during the deer hunt. While not the primary species on this hunt, every camp usually has at least one hunter come in contact with a black bear while deer hunting here. Big northeastern coyotes are also prevalent in the area and provide added hunting value. We'll help get you set up on good sign and you'll hunt on your own. We'll also help with field care and tagging if you are successful. We can provide you a stand or blind, or you can bring your own. This is hunt is a popular option for experienced deer hunters looking to save a few dollars. This hunt is a great way to get introduced to hunting Maine for the first time on a budget.

Trip duration: 7 days

Hunting season: 1 Nov 2020 21 Nov 2020

$850 for 1 hunter
Deer & Hog Combination Hunt

Deer & Hog Combination Hunt United States

All deer hunts are from safe, comfortable, welded steel tower stands. Stands are situated in habitats ranging from cutover to river bottomland. Hunters may harvest 2 bucks, 2 hogs and 1 doe per day. Stand placements offer shots that range from 50-400 yds. Average shot distance is 125 yards. We hunt free ranging wild hogs on two miles of pristine bottomland along the Savannah River. There are NO antler restrictions or penalty fees. Deer season: Buck Only August 15 – January 1 Buck and Doe September 15 – January 1 Hog available all year.

Trip duration: 1 - 5 days

Hunting season: 15 Aug 2019 1 Jan 2020

$600 for 1 hunter
Alberta Whitetail Hunt Only ONE tag!

Alberta Whitetail Hunt Only ONE tag! Canada

Monster Alberta WTD hunt on our privately owned 1500 acres! One tag only!

Trip duration: 9 days

Hunting season: 21 Nov 2020 29 Nov 2020

$7,000 for 1 hunter
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