Kansas Predator Hunting
Enjoy late winter Predator hunting in Kansas on 34,000 acres of draws, creek bottoms, and grasslands. Coyote and Bobcats abound in this area and we like to do our part to control the population.
Coyote & Bobcat
You'll be hunting thousands of acres loaded with coyote, bobcat, and other predators.
Late winter finds their food source at its lowest point of the year, and that makes the predators easier to fool. Rabbit squeal or pup distress calls will bring them running.
Guided Predator Hunting
Whether you choose a fully-guided hunt or semi-guided hunt, we guarantee predator hunting in Kansas with Hickory Creek Outfitters is an experience you'll remember for a lifetime.
Like our deer hunting trips and turkey hunting trips, our fully-guided predator hunting trips are all-inclusive, including: homestyle meals, lodging, transportation to and from the hunting sites, and more.
2016 Predator Hunting Schedule & Prices
Prices do not include hunting tag and license fees for the State of Kansas.
GUIDED PREDATOR HUNTING
3 Full Days of Hunting / All-Inclusive
|Mid January - March 31
||$900 / each
Reservations & Deposit
When you’re ready to reserve your predator hunting trip, a $200 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: Hickory Creek Outfitters, 1658 Pioneer Rd, Howard, KS 67349. The remaining balance is due upon arrival, and payable in cash only.
Kansas Predator Tag & License Information
You may purchase your hunting license from the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism website.
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.
Kansas Predator Hunting Fees - Adult & Youth
*Fur Bearers License needed for Bobcats
|Non-Resident Hunting License
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.