Kansas Deer Hunting

Kansas Deer Hunting in Units 1, 3, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 14, 16, and 17

95,000+ Acres of Kansas private land deer hunting spread across 36 counties


The choice to hunt Archery, Firearm, or Muzzleloader season.

Self guided private leased land deer hunts.

Hunter’s choice of Kansas’ seasons.

Pre-season scouting is permitted starting September 1st.

No high fence, all fair chase, compliance with  Kansas wildlife regulations.

No knocking on doors or tracking down landowners. All leased land is mapped on county road map, with aerial photos and GPS Coordinates.

Each hunt is controlled by an online and/or telephone reservation.

The farm or spot you reserve is for your exclusive use. Members are allowed to hunt multiple farms. You are not committed to just one farm or lease.


Select the highlighted counties to see currently available acreage and principle game.

South Central Kansas Units 16 and 17

Western Kansas Units 3, 7, 16, 17

Self Guided - The Only Hunt We Provide

Kansas Deer Hunting

Kansas hunters may pre-season scout, hang stands starting September 1, hunt throughout the season on your own schedule.

Each Association hunters has the option to scout or hunt several a variety of farms.

Our hunting success comes from each hunter being able to hunt his buck of choice. He does this by Mid-America Hunting Association covering ground, hunting more than one deer lease. This is opposed to having just one spot hoping something comes by.

Ours is a more skill intensive deer hunting option. It allows hunter’s to match Kansas’ varied terrain, seasonal food source, weather, wind to choose from day to day which Kansas lease, which stand, for how long he wants to occupy.

State Regulations and Kansas Deer Hunting Benefits

Non-resident hunters must apply for Kansas deer management unit specific tags. Application is during April.

Nonresident deer tags are limited to one buck tag per hunter. 

Kansas Deer Hunting

“Jeremy’s is one for a campfire story. He had seen him a couple of days prior with a very close encounter but no shot. I had not seen much on this farm I was on, so he offered me a stand he had hung earlier. I did and wouldn’t you know it just after good light Jeremy could actually see this big 10 pt making his way down a timberline toward me. He didn’t actually see my shot but he did hear it. My arrow hit a limb as he stood still at 35 yds broadside missing just under his chest. This buck, surprisingly not startled, made his way across a cut corn field into Jeremy’s woodlot where he was hunting in. Within a few minutes I see him exit in the other direction with an arrow and hanging his head. Once he disappeared into another small woodlot I called Jeremy. He informed me his shot wasn’t perfect so after lunch and a plan he began the search and in a short time he had his hands on a 155 4/8’s inch 10pt.”