3 Days of Hunting & Activities 4 Nights of Lodging

$3500 per Person

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2 Days of Hunting & Activities 3 Nights of Lodging

$2500 per Person

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1 Days of Hunting & Activities 2 Nights of Lodging

$1500 per Person

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ALL-INCLUSIVE UPLAND HUNTING EXPERIENCE

While we have pre-set packages in place, please keep in mind that we can custom-tailor any package or create an entirely new package just for you. Contact us to get a custom experience built just for you!

INCLUDED

  • Fully Guided Upland Hunting (dogs, shotguns, & ammunition included)
  • 5 Star Lodging
  • All Meals, Snacks, & Beverages (fully stocked bar included)
  • Sporting Clays (shotguns & ammunition included)
  • Rifle Range Experience (guns included, cost of ammunition not included)
  • 3D Archery Course (course access included – bring your own bow & accessories)
  • Cleaning & Packaging of Harvest

ADD-ONS

  • Additional Birds
  • Airport Transportation – Round trip (accommodates 6 passengers & gear)
  • Non-Hunting Guest Rate
  • Bringing Dog (to stay in the lodge)

NOT INCLUDED

  • Licensing
  • Travel
  • Applicable Taxes/Fees
  • Gratuities

We offer fully-guided and self-guided day hunt options. You have the option to add a meal and/or sporting activities to your hunt. Please contact us for these rates and availability.

Additional Information

Season Dates

September 1 – March 31

Due to the heat, we do not usually book hunts during the first 3 weeks of September.

Licensing

Required KS Controlled Shooting Area (CSA) License for Upland Hunting

*A special CSA hunting license may be purchased that is valid only on Kansas CSAs, or hunters may hunt on CSAs with a current Kansas hunting license. Hunter education certification is not required on CSAs with a CSA license.

If I have a current Kansas state hunting license, do I need to purchase a CSA license?

No, your current, valid Kansas hunting license is sufficient.

Birds

How many birds are included?

8 birds per hunter per hunt

How much is it to add additional birds to my hunt?

Additional bird available.

What species of upland game bird will I be hunting?

A combination of ring-necked pheasants & chukkar

Will I be able to take my harvest home?

Yes, we will clean & package it for you.

Packing List

HUNTING

  • Hunter orange vest 
  • Shotgun (if bringing your own)
  • Ammunition (if bringing a shotgun that is not a 20 or 12 gauge)
  • Hearing Protection
  • Eye Protection
  • Orange Hat/Beanie
  • Boots
  • License
  • Hard gun case (for travel)
  • Soft gun case/sock (for travel to/from the field)

CLOTHING

  • Moisture wicking base layer
  • Brush pants/chaps
  • Socks
  • Insulating layer
  • Shirt(s)
  • Jacket
  • Clothing for lodge
  • Belt
  • Camp shoes
  • Rain gear 

EXTRAS

  • Medications
  • Toiletries

IF BRINGING YOUR DOG

  • Food
  • Lead/leash
  • Electronics (e-collar, transmitter, charger)
  • Medications

FAQs

Can I bring my own shotgun?

Yes. We only carry 20 and 12 gauge ammo, so please bring your own ammo if your shotgun requires something different. Firearms will be stored in our secure locker room.

What if I have never shot a shotgun or upland hunted?

Not a problem – our staff will cater to your ability level.

What is the noise level?

Guns are loud, so we require all guests in the field to wear ear protection – either ear plugs or muffs.
Is wearing orange required?
Yes, per our “Hunter Orange” policy (backlink this to the policy), we require each hunter (and anyone else in the field) to wear a minimum of a hat and vest in “hunter orange” to participate in upland hunting. This is non-negotiable for safety concerns. We do have hats and vests available on-site for any guest who needs them.

How safe is it?

As with any shooting activity, risks are involved. We have implemented strict safety rules and guidelines that are enforced by our staff in order to mitigate risk.

Can I bring my own dog?

Our lodge is dog friendly, but please review our “Dogs” Policy before bringing your dog. The price is $250 extra.

Is there an age limit?

All ages are welcome, but anyone under 18 must be accompanied by an adult in the field.
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