Kansas Whitetail Hunting

Kansas Whitetail Hunts – Trophy Deer Hunts

10 Gauge Outfitters, providing fully guided Kansas whitetail hunts in the heart of the Midwest. We own exclusive hunting rights on over 16,000 acres of intensely managed un-fenced prime for our whitetail hunts. Clients on average, harvest mature bucks with minimum scores of 160″ or greater.

At 10 Gauge, our goal is to provide you with a quality hunt, quality opportunities, and a lifetime experience. We have been regarded as a leader in trophy whitetail hunts and our results are proof that we are seasoned veterans when it comes to whitetail hunts in Kansas. We offer the perfect mixture of strictly managed habitat, exclusive hunting leases, quality food sources, and Stealth-Cam technology to provide our hunters with with as much tools as needed to shoot a buck of a lifetime!

Standing Above the Competition

We stand above our competition because of our extreme habitat management techniques. The guides also understand the importance of stand placement and will always work to provide you with the best possible opportunity. Every year 10 Gauge places irrigated of food plots spread across these stand locations. Our 2-3 acre food plots ensure a high concentration of deer during both the pre-rut and post-rut season. This is a high-cost and labor intensive venture but one of many key ingredients in maintaining 10 Gauge whitetail hunting standards.

Another factor in our success is we limit the amount of hunters we take on each year. By controlling how many and what types of whitetail hunts each year, we can help continually grow bigger whitetails. If you are looking for a trophy buck, quality hunt, and the very best accommodations, we invite you to check out 10 Gauge Outfitters for your next whitetail hunting adventure.

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    All are Welcome at 10 Gauge

    Our hunting lodge is a special place become your home away from home that can accommodate up to 26 guests. It is a place…for all to gather and share in the experience of what makes hunting here special. A place for families, friends, business colleagues and corporate events. Our lodge is brimming with world-class hunting and hospitality like no other outfitter can relate with guests end up returning at a remarkable rate.

    Learn more about our pheasant hunts or pick up the phone and call and ask how we can tailor your hunting trip into a truly unforgettable experience.

    Lodge was absolutely amazing. The food was homemade and absolutely delicious . Tim and his crew took great care of us and gave us a tremendous hunting / lodging experiences. Will definitely be back” –  Jaedon Day

    ALL INCLUSIVE HUNTS

    $9995

    per hunt

    • Price is per hunter
    • All-Inclusive 5 day Hunt
    • No Trophy Fees
    • Hunters arrive after 3:00pm day before hunt
    • Departure after the hunt on last day unless arranged

    *If clients wish to have dinner upon arrival – Dinner is served at 7:00 pm. Communicate with our staff on your arrival to ensure you have a warm meal waiting for you if you wish.

    Seasons:

    LIMITED AVAILABILITY
    Muzzleloader – Mid-Sept
    Archery – Sept – Dec
    Rifle – Late-Nov – Early-Dec

    Included:

    • Guide & Spotter
    • Field Transportation
    • Harvested deer will be caped, quartered
    • Gun Cleaning Station
    • Lodging & Meals
    • Satellite TV – Wireless Internet

    Not Included:

    • License
    • Ammunition
    • Kansas State Sales Tax
    • Staff Gratuities

    *Non-shooting guest rate $200/per night
    *To secure your hunt dates 10 Gauge requires a 50% deposit. Deposits are non-refundable and 10 Gauge requires that 90 days prior to arrival your balance is paid in full for the hunt.  Prior to 90 day arrival window, hunt dates are eligible to be rescheduled in the current season – within the 90 day arrival period no rescheduling of hunt dates is allowed.

    Kansas Pheasant Hunting Lodge - A Premier Kansas pheasant hunting lodge

    Our Lodging and Accommodations

    The 10 Gauge hunting lodge, located just north of Kinsley, Kansas, was originally built in an early 1900’s. Our updated lodge boasts a large 6-bedroom, 2 lofts, 6-bath lodge that can comfortably sleep up to 26 hunters and or guests. If that is not enough room for your group of pheasant hunters, we also have a 2 bed bunkhouse that allows for more guests.

    Accommodations are clean, comfortable with that feeling of home. Lodging can be limited within our Kansas pheasant hunts, please book early on to guarantee yourself a memorable experience.

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    Our Whitetail Hunts

    What can clients expect when whitetail hunting 10 Gauge Outfitters? Hunters can expect to see a wide variety of whitetails ranging from 160″ and up to over 200″.

    Our Kansas whitetail hunting starts off with hunters arriving to our lodge on in the afternoon. This allows you to get accustomed to the lodge and surroundings. We will also discuss our different stand locations and review the latest Spartan-Cam photos in search of a trophy whitetail. At the same time we will want check your gear, possibly take a few shots on our 1000yd rifle range and discuss the following days hunting itinerary.

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    The Hunt is On

    The next morning we will start with coffee and breakfast and shortly there after take you out to the stand. Approximate time to arrive to the stand is about a ½ hour before daylight. If you are bow hunting you will be in ladder stand, lock on stand, tripod stand or one of our hay bale blinds set up on travel corridors, or feeder locations. If rifle hunting you will be placed in enclosed hunting box blind comfy enough to sit all day. There may be scenarios where we might spot and stalk with clients, that is always possible.

    In the Stand

    You will be in contact with guide by cell phone if you need something, all our areas should have enough cell reception. If you do not harvest a whitetail your guide will pick you up from stand location shortly after dark. In the even you do shoot, sit tight, take some time to enjoy the moment and then contact your guide. We will then arrive to help you locate your deer and bring it back to the lodge for photos.

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    Deer Hunting Expectations

    Expectations – Up 1 hour before daylight, breakfast, guide will put you in stand. Packed hot lunch if you want to stay all day. You are welcome to come back for lunch and discuss the hunt. Staying in the stand will increases your chances though. It is common to see 150” class deer daily.

    Success Rate – 90% on rifle hunts with a 70% success rate on bow hunts. View photos of past success full Kansas whitetail hunting.

    Type – Spot and stalk, stand, closed stand hunting, bow hunting stands on travel routes and feeders. Stands fully enclosed. Comfortable chairs, carpeted.

    Feeders – Placed in staging areas just outside of bedding areas

    Antlerless Deer: Antlerless deer tags are available the cost of a tag by the KDWP.

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      The essentials for our Kansas whitetail hunts include:

      • Muzzleloader – Bow – Rifle
      • Arrows or Ammo
      • Binoculars – Range Finder
      • Scent Elimination Sprays
      • Safety Harness (Archery)
      • Headlamp
      • Clothing for Varied Weather Conditions
      • House shoes – slippers. No boots or shoes in the lodge, mudroom only.

       

      Questions – Please contact Tim if you have any.

      Kansas Whitetail Deer Hunting FAQs

      What is included in the whitetail hunt package?

      The package includes guided hunts, field transportation, lodging, meals, satellite TV, wireless internet, and cleaning and packaging of the harvested deer. Additional costs include licenses, ammunition, and gratuities.

      When is the whitetail hunting season?

      The whitetail hunting season includes muzzleloader from mid-September, archery from September to December, and rifle from late November to early December.

      What equipment should I bring for whitetail hunting?

      Bring a suitable hunting rifle or bow, ammunition, camouflage clothing, and a cooler for transporting your harvest. Make sure your gear is appropriate for long-range shooting.

      Can I combine a whitetail hunt with other hunts?

      Yes, whitetail hunts can sometimes be combined with other hunts like pheasant or quail, depending on the season. Check availability and additional costs when booking.

      What are the lodging arrangements for whitetail hunters?

      Our lodge offers comfortable accommodations with meals, satellite TV, wireless internet, and an outdoor living area. It can accommodate up to 26 guests, providing a pleasant stay during your hunt.