Trophy Whitetails in Kansas
Our Heartland Whitetails Kansas outfitter stays very diverse when it comes to their whitetail hunts.
All types of equipment will be utilized to harvest these mature giants. Ladder stands, tower blinds, lock-ons, and ground blinds are all used at your comfort. If one isn’t partial to sitting in an open elevated stand, we can always keep them at ground level and comfortable as can be.
When hunting with us at either one of our Kansas camps (Northwest or Southeast Camp), all the guess work is taken out of the hunt and you will get right to business as soon as you arrive.
By having an all-inclusive camp, everything is handled…all the meals and non-alcoholic beverages throughout the hunt, as well as all of the field transportation to and from camp to the properties.
This allows you to hunt hard until tagged out and stay successful!
The Kansas camps consist of over 20,000 private acres of free range wild game, split between 38 Kansas farms in two Western Kansas counties. The farms make up 15 miles of river and creek bottom with bordering various ag fields or CRP fields for growing bruiser whitetails.
Lodging is provided on your hunt. Lodging will be at the Camp House, a 4 bedroom, 2 bath house, located in town.
There are two living rooms (one upstairs & one downstairs) equipped with TV & cable, WiFi, and have washer and dryer. The Camp House is furnished with everything needed to stay comfortable and well rested during you hunt. This is a very comfortable lodge stay with no more than 5 or 6 hunters per week in camp.
All field transportation is provided throughout the Kansas hunts.
Standard Archery Whitetail hunts take place in September, October and December. Rut Archery Hunts will take place during the month of November.
Hunts can be 6 nights, with 5 days of Hunting or 8 nights with 7 days of hunting.
Early Muzzleloader hunts take place in September, and Rifle Hunts take place in December.
INCLUDED IN YOUR HUNT…
- 3 meals per day and all non-alcoholic beverages
- Field Transportation
- Skinning of animal for taxidermist
- Quartering of meat for processor
- Photos of your trophy and you in the field
NOT INCLUDED IN YOUR HUNT…
- Air transportation
- Ground transportation to and from lodge
- Butchering and Processing Fees
- Taxidermy Fees
- Kansas Permits/Tags/License Fees
HEARTLAND WHITETAILS’ GALLERY
HUNT PRICES AND FEES
NORTHWEST KANSAS HUNTS
SOUTH KANSAS HUNTS
SEASON DATES: Archery: October, December
RUT Archery: November
Early Muzzleloader: September Rifle: December
ACCOMMODATION: Lodge House
DRIVING DISTANCE FROM MAJOR CITIES: Lincoln, NE: 3.5 hr – Omaha, NE: 4 hr – Wichita, KS: 3.5 hr
TRANSPORTATION: Car Rental Required
APPROXIMATE LICENSE COST: Applicants must apply online from April 1 thru April 28, 2018.
(World Slam Adventures will assist will applications)
$442.50 Nonresident White-tailed Deer Permit Fee (16 and older)
$117.50 Nonresident Youth White-tailed Deer Permit (15 and under)
You’ll also need to purchase a nonresident hunting license: $97.50 (16+); Jr hunt license: $42.50
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