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Private Land Self Guided Hunting in Kansas, Missouri and Iowa

Self guided Deer hunting, Turkey hunting, Waterfowl hunting, Upland Bird hunting and Fishing on private leased land in Kansas, Missouri and Iowa.

Private land hunting. No knocking on doors or tracking down landowners.

Each farm is mapped on county road maps with aerial photos and GPS coordinates.

Hunting is controlled by a telephone or online reservation/map system to ensure safe quality hunting.

100% Fair Chase Do It Yourself wild game hunting.

We supply the private land and the hunter supplies licenses, tags and gear.

Lodging  is not included but we provide a local  lodging listing.

The number of memberships is limited as to not overpressure the game and maintain high quality hunting for everyone. Whether it be deer, turkey waterfowl or upland bird hunting, we limit the number of  members based on the amount of land available.

August 7, 2020 Update

Pheasant The reports have not come out yet but should in the near future. We have a lot of cover this year and had sufficient rainfall, which should contribute to an optimistic upland bird forecast. Albus Jesse Jr.

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August 3, 2020 Update

Waterfowl Last week we had some heavy rainfall that pushed Big Creek and the South Grand River out of its banks. The millet we planted in Henry County was covered with water. We opened the drain pipes at Henry D and the #3 wade-in area at Henry B hoping to

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11922 Grandview Rd, Grandview, MO 64030
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August 7, 2020 Update

Pheasant

The reports have not come out yet but should in the near future. We have a lot of cover this year and had sufficient rainfall, which should contribute to an optimistic upland bird forecast.

Upland

Albus

Upland

Jesse Jr.

July 31, 2020 Update

Turkey A field shot from one of our landowners.  Optimistic report for ground nesting birds.  Lets hope the quail and pheasant have done the same. 

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