Michael Calabrese (NJ) - Bow 2020

Our Hunting Areas

We have prime land located both in Nebraska and Kansas that consists of hardwood bottoms and rolling farm land. There is no need to plant artificial food plots on our properties because our deer herds have some of the best eating in the country, such as corn, soybeans, wheat, and alfalfa. Our hardwood timbers contain other natural foods that deer love, such as several types of acorns.

We are located in Unit 8 in North Central Kansas, less than 10 miles from the Nebraska border. The best news about the Nebraska hunts is that the permits are available over the counter! So if you're unsuccessful in the Kansas drawing, you can purchase a Nebraska tag and hunt the same deer because the deer have no idea where the state line is!

How We Hunt

Our guides will take you to and from your hunting area and stand locations until you are comfortable traveling there by yourself. All of our bowhunts are from either safe and comfortable ladder stands of our own design or from portables. If you notice during your hunt a specific area of deer activity that you would like to take advantage of, portable stands may be set up quickly for you to hunt that spot. We have dozens of stand locations throughout our properties, and we only hunt a stand according to what the best wind direction is for that stand, no matter what!

What Kansas Trophy Whitetails Provides On Your Hunt

What is Not Provided On Your Hunt

Overall Details About Our Archery Hunts

Our 6-day archery hunts are semi-guided. We provide lodging, two homestyle meals and a light lunch each day, a tower and target range for shooting your bow, transportation to hunting grounds (if needed), treestands, field-dressing and packing out game, meat handling -- transporting your deer to the locker, and a taxidermist on site. The cost for the Kansas hunt is $3000.00. All fees are for professional outfitter services only. A deposit of 50% of the cost of the hunt is required to hold your hunt dates, with the balance due 60 days prior to arrival. Deposits are non-refundable. In addition, you must purchase a Kansas hunting license ($97.50; or $42.50 for non-residents under 16) and apply April 1-30 for a Kansas deer permit ($442.50; or $118.00 for non-residents under 16). Kansas deer permits are obtained through a drawing. The cost for the Nebraska hunt is $3000.00. In addition, you must purchase, over-the-counter, a Nebraska deer permit ($242.00) and a habitat stamp ($25.00). If you were born after July 1, 1957, you must have a valid hunter's safety card in your possession. In addition, crossbows are legal equipment. Tentative Kansas hunt dates are Sept. 13 - Dec. 31. Tentative Nebraska hunt dates are Sept. 1 - Dec. 31. (Dates subject to change by Kansas Department of Wildlife & Parks and the Nebraska Game & Parks Commission.)



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