Firstly, Thanks for looking. If you have a hunt you feel is more valuable, I'd gladly let you come a couple of years to make up the difference. If I haven't answered a question you'd like to know, then feel free to reach out!
I have several thousand acres of farm ground I have hunting privileges on and some of the best public ground in the state that borders it. We do our best to manage for what we consider "Trophy" animals with the resources we have and competition from neighbors. We have the benefits of huge ag fields all around, as well as being able to feed (BAIT) all year as well. We generally have more than a handful of deer that we consider "trophies". These deer range from 130-150" 8 points to the 180" 10 point that was killed a few years back.
We have TONS of deer. We hunt from a variety of stands. We have full box blinds (that can use heaters if its cold) Ground blinds, and some ladder stands. You wouldnt have to walk more than a few hundred yards to a stand and we have all side by sides to keep you from having to drag a deer too far.
We have an EXTREMELY long season. Bow season generally starts the last weekend or so in September and runs to February 28. We tend to end our hunting in mid January, but are able to hunt later. The absolute best times we have are opening weekend of bow season and opening weekend of Rifle, which usually falls smack in the pre-rut/rut in the middle of November.
I can't garauntee that you'll kill a monster, or that you'll even see a shooter buck, but we very rarely don't sit that we don't encounter deer. If you are looking for a hunt thats good for kids, then this is perfect. We have tons of does and younger age class deer. We've had a ton of kids (adults too) come kill their first ever whitetail. Our stands are perfect for this, with close, safe, ethical shots the main target
I WILL UPDATE THIS LISTING WITH SOME TRAIL CAMERA PICTURES THROUGHOUT THE YEAR
From Season Opener to the last week of October I have a place for you to stay is considered a bunkhouse. It has basically everything but internet! There is a grocery store right behind it. If you come later in the season you'll have to stay at a hotel in the next town over (about 5 miles) There are a few places to eat around that are very close and a lot more options if you are down for a longer (20 Minutes) drive
LOOKING FOR: Turkey, Bear, Alligator, Elk, Mt Lion
Would be willing to do multiple trips here for a larger value hunt. Can also pay for your taxidermy by locally to mail back to you
Open to inquiries about others as well!