The outfitter I hunt with in Kansas on a regular basis has 6 open muzzleloader slots and is offering discounts and referral fees to forum members. Here's the deal: Save $500
off the regular price of $3000 and also anyone referring a hunter that books a hunt will receive $100. This is an update to a post I made a couple weeks ago with a $200 special. Price is being dropped $500 since the tag application deadline is this upcoming Friday (April 29). Tags are 100% draw success.
In addition to the early muzzle loader season openings, 2 slots are available for the second week of November Peak-Rut Archery hunts. For the archery hunt, this is the only week that we have archery openings and have had great success on this week in past years. Regular prices for both hunts: $3000. SPECIAL PRICE Only $2500. Limited availability - first come, first serve. Must act fast to beat the April 29 tag application deadline. Following are the hunt details from the outfitter - MUCH more info is available on his website. More info on this hunt:
We hunt on 13,000 acres and growing in Ottawa, Saline, and Cloud Counties. This acreage consists of 45 farms. Our properties include rolling terrain and are located along creek and river bottoms, with an abundance of agriculture fields consisting of soy beans, corn, milo, alfalfa, and wheat all along these bottoms.
For our 5 1/2 day archery hunts we currently have around 300 ladder stands up on our farms and we are continuously adding more. We try to have one for each wind direction in each pinch point, travel corridor, river or creek crossing and bedding area. All the stands are flagged every 10-15 feet to the edge of the field with pink ribbon and on the pink ribbon we put DOT reflector tape. There is nothing worse than not being able to find your stand in the morning in the dark. We have taken every precaution to see to it that a blind man can find our stands. We only offer Bow hunts during the pre rut, rut and beginning of the post rut. This is late October and November. We only believe in running hunts when itís the best possible time to kill a Trophy Kansas Buck.
Muzzle loader is the first season of the year it is in late September. At this time of year we are hunting over standing crops. Kansas Whitetail Bucks are in bachelor groups and are patternable!! They are living in the soy bean, milo, and corn fields. The corn is generally cut by the time season starts so we donít have to fight that as cover. This is when we see for the first time other than trail cam pics what Kansas has to offer. We see some of the biggest bucks of the year for the first time during this season. We make use of our 300+ ladder stands and 38+ box blinds but mostly at this time we hunt off of a folding chair tucked in along the edge of the field. There is a lot of cover with the crops standing and the weeds and trees still being leafed out. The great part of this hunt is, if you spot a big Kansas buck feeding in an area and you canít get a shot he will likely be there again tomorrow. These are 6 day hunts.
Here's a few more bucks our clients have taken recently - check out our Photo Gallery
for dozens more.
For more info, visit our website Pipe Creek Guide Service
or call Todd Griffin at (785)392-7441. Leave a message if Todd doesn't answer - he's smack dab in the middle of turkey season and is running at full-speed.