Wild Bobwhite Quail Hunting
Natural birds on existing terrain.
A good example of Missouri's bobwhite quail country of mixed farm fields in the lower elevations with plenty of edge and timbered ridges.
Self guided Bobwhite Quail hunting with MAHA does mean on your own, no guides no lodge, just private land to hunt on your own with your own bird dogs and on wild quail. We have been offering such self guided hunts since 1965.
Kansas Bobwhite Quail hunting is much different than Missouri as driven by habitat with flat fields and thinner edge areas that frequently run to greater depth. The difference is caused by the topography of Missouri having higher ridge and lower with steeper drains. Kansas quail hunting is the other direction with wider and shallower drains. Both offer good quail hunting with a chance at variety of scenery rather than running dogs on the same field each hunt.
Two dogs, 2 hunters, 8 quail. One of our attempts to show what wild game hunts is all about and that includes that not every quail hunting day is a limit day, but every day can be on coveys and singles.
Bobwhite Quail hunting in Mid-America Hunting Association is on 100% wild quail on private land with hunter separation to insure no quail hunter mixes his dogs with others.
Quail hunting is for the Bobwhite Quail on a range of quail hunting starting in southern Iowa, through Missouri out to western Kansas for a variety of quail hunting regions of varying/mixed bird densities and cover habitats
This wide region allows for a selection of quail habitat that covers open sky or closed woods along with the accompanying easy and difficult shooting.
What it is that we offer is wild Bobwhite Quail hunting on natural terrain for the do it yourself quail hunter on a self guided basis. We lease the private land for our exclusive use, recommend to the hunter where to quail hunt and provide a local lodging listing. After that the self guided hunter is quail hunting on his own. Providing his own dogs power, shooting ability and willingness to walk.
Under our system all may be quail hunting any time during any season as often as he wants to. More importantly he will be quail hunting with out encountering any public land hunter mentality or mixing his dogs with others.
After the first quail hunt a leisurely approach will be adopted by the hunter as he will find that he is not in competition with others and will have the entire day to enjoy his dog at work. Each time that hunter and dog steps from their truck they may do so onto a different field each day of every trip. And our quail hunting fields are large.
While many quail hunters can cover a lot of ground it commonly takes only 3 quarter sections for a full day's hunt. If that hunter walks fast enough to cover each quarter in two hours each then he will have consumed 6 day light hours and the rest would be break time between walks. For those that quail hunt faster each day will have more lease land to hunt than daylight hours to cover.
Those with the quail dog power my find that 3 quarters are but 2/3'rd of a hunting day and either they will have a limit or work their quail dogs until dark. In any case plan on quail hunting at your own pace as once here the land and the quail are here for the hunting.
We have the idea that those that enjoy their dogs in the field above all else are the ones that enjoy the Association the most. Hunters with a bag limit only mentality should hunt elsewhere that such a guarantee is possible such as at a plantation. We offer quality hunts. No limit warrantees. For any quail bagged it will be based on that hunters' dog power, willingness to walk and shooting ability. The capability of making his own hunt with the Association providing the all too hard to come by resource of private land hunting access.
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