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Mid-America Hunting Association
If allocated an Association position the hunter gains access to an online map library listing all land.
Then choose a farm and make a reservation. No knocking on doors or tracking down landowners. The hunter simply goes to the ground and hunts providing his own equipment and skills.
Lodging is by local motels and a lodging listing is provided.
Tall grass, brush filled draws and grain fields. More places to hunt than anyone will have time on a trip to cover.
Hunters will be able to hunt a different spot each time stepping from there truck never having to cross there tracks.
Our Iowa wild pheasant hunting is good when Iowa has good nesting and brooding weather during the critical months of May and June. But that has not been the case the last several years.
Kansas quail hunting is on edge cover bordering grain fields.
Wild Bobwhite Quail only.
Hunt at the hunter’s own pace with much eyes-on dog action. No mixing dogs with others.
Missouri quail hunting historically is our best quail region. Smaller fields, more edge cover and all grain field hunts.
See our self guided Missouri quail hunting section.
Andrew and Richard. They show well we are a work-a-day hunter group with whatever equipment and dogs any self guided hunter can put together.
The Kansas Upland Bird Opener is by far our largest upland bird attraction. Last season opening day of the Kansas quail and pheasant season we had 51 total upland bird hunters spread across tens of thousands of acres of prime private upland bird habitat.
On average each hunter is allocated 400 – 500 acres m/l per day for upland bird hunting.
Below are the pressure numbers for the past 2 seasons, which includes quail, pheasant, and an occasional prairie chicken hunt in 3 states from early November until January 31. Note: Members can hunt multiple states for multiple seasons, so those members will be counted numerous times.
2019 Iowa 20 Kansas 144 Missouri 43
2018 Iowa 24 Kansas 136 Missouri 44