You will need draw a permit to hunt there. Archery is somewhat easier to draw(more NR permits) and it depends on the unit. Rifle or Muzzleloader can be more difficult to draw(less NR permits). NR permits are limited by unit. If you navigate the website you can find links to last years draw odds, numbers of permits per unit, unit maps, season lengths, permit/license fees, records, public land, WIHA, etc. There are a lot of outfitters up there and some do a lot of hunts with lots of hunters. Some have a lot of ground leased/owned. Find the unit you like and then search the web for outfitters. Google their name for feedback and then call all the references they give you.
Here is a link to last years. https://ksoutdoors.com/Hunting/Applications-and-Fees/Deer
Top 20 Deer records by weapon and NT/Typical class. Look on right side menu and bottom of the menu for link.https://ksoutdoors.com/Hunting/Big-Game-Information/Deer