Hunt Hickory Creek

Guided Whitetail Deer Hunting

To ensure our guests a quality hunting experience, we spend all year scouting the thousands of acre's we control in Elk County, Chautauqua County, Cowley County, and Greenwood County. By doing this, we stay on top of deer patterns and movements.

Spring finds us shed hunting - looking for "White Gold" - the prized antlers of bucks that have made it through another season. We install hundreads of acres of spring and fall food plots each year - all of which are strategically placed for bucks to feel comfortable during daylight hours, and to provide the deer with added nutrition throughout the year.

Trophy Class Deer Herd

Deer numbers are on the rise, which has pushed the buck to doe ratio to 2:1. It is common to see more bucks than doe's on any given day.

We want our young bucks to reach maturity so we hold a 135" minimum on harvested bucks, and have instituted an immature buck fine when a hunter grossly underestimates size. We want you to kill a mature buck in the 4-6 year class, when they've reached their full potential. Every year 160"-200"+ bucks are harvested in and around this region of Kansas. Our land has many of these trophy deer, and if you have the patience to pass on the young ones you might get a shot at a Kansas giant.

kansas trophy class deer herds

Fertile Hunting Land

We lease 30 different ranches across 3 different counties, covering more than 34,000 acres in the southern portion of the Flint Hills region of Kansas. This region of Kansas, is nationally known for grass fed cattle. The minerals and nutrients that grow great cattle also grow great deer!

From fertile farm land to heavy timbered draws, to open pastures and tree choked fence lines. Creek bottoms lined with White Oaks or a occasional persimmon grove. Black jack covered hill tops or scattered cedar thickets.

The varying terrain provides the ample minerals and nutrients that it takes to produce trophy class buck.

fertile hunting land

All-Inclusive Whitetail Hunting Trips

Bring your favorite weapon and gear - we'll provide the rest!


  • All in-state transportation provided
  • All hunters are responsible for thier own transportation to and from airport.


  • Continental Breakfast
  • Deli Style Lunch (Soup & Sandwiches)
  • Homestyle Dinner
  • All beverages: soft drinks, juice & coffee. No alcoholic beverages included.


  • Full bath, kitchen, sleeping areas, washer & dryer

Hunting Guide

  • 300+ Pre-scouted stands
  • Safe and quiet ladder and loc-on stands
  • Transportation to and from hunting areas
  • Recovery and field dressing of game
  • Transport to meat processor

2016 Kansas Deer Hunting Schedule & Prices

Prices do not include hunting tag and license fees for the State of Kansas.


6 Full Days of Hunting / 8 Hunters Max Per Lodge

Pre-Rut Oct 10 - Oct 15 $1,900 / each
Oct 17 - Oct 22 $1,900 / each
Rut Oct 24 - Oct 29 $2,400 / each
Oct 31 - Nov 5 $2,400 / each
Nov 7 - Nov 12 $2,400 / each
Nov 14 - Nov 19 $2,400 / each
Nov 21 - Nov 26 $2,400 / each
Late Season Dec 12 - Dec 17 $1,900 / each


6 Full Days of Hunting / 8 Hunters Max Per Lodge

Sep 12 - Sep 17 $2,800 / each
Sep 19 - Sep 24 $2,800 / each


8 Hunters Max Per Lodge

Nov 30 - Dec 4 $3,000 / each
Dec 6 - Dec 11 $3,000 / each


4 Full Days of Hunting / 16 Years & Younger / Rifle, Muzzle Loader, Archery

Sep 3 - 6 $1,500 / each
Sep 8 - Sep 11 $1,500 / each

Reservations & Deposit

When you’re ready to reserve your whitetail hunting trip, a $400 deposit is required to hold your trip date and hunting lodge. For your convenience you can securely Pay Deposit online using PayPal. Personal checks are accepted for deposits only, and can be mailed to: Hunt Hickory Creek, 1658 Pioneer Rd, Howard, KS 67349. The remaining balance is due upon arrival, and payable in cash only.

Kansas Deer Tag & License Information

You may purchase your hunting license from the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism website. Permits are issue by a draw system. Applications are available online from April 1, 2015 thru April 25, 2015. If you were born after July 1st, 1957, you must have a valid hunter’s safety card, which must be in your possession while hunting.

Kanas Deer Hunting Fees - Adult

Either Sex Carcass Tag $442.50
Non-Resident Hunting License $97.50

Kansas Deer Hunting Fees - Youth (16 Years & Younger)

Either Sex Carcass Tag $117.50
Non-Resident Hunting License $42.50

Hunting information is subject to change. For the latest information on season dates, application deadlines, and license or permit cost please visit the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism website.

Reserve your Kansas Hunting Trip Now! Call (586) 337-3169.

Hunt Hickory Creek 1658 Pioneer RdHowardKS 67349
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