Kansas Deer & Turkey Hunting




Kansas Whitetail Deer Hunting

 Bow, Archery, Crossbow, Muzzleloader, & Rifle

Contact: Hans at 620-388-2218 

Guided Kansas Deer Hunts

Dirt Road Outfitters' Kansas deer hunts occur on thousands of acres of privately managed land. Numerous food plots catored for Kansas deer are planted every year. The food plots benefit not only whitetail deer, but all other various types of wildlife seen throughout South Central Kansas. Our properties are loaded with alfalfa, winter wheat, corn, soybeans, milo, & other varities of crops that whitetail deer in Kansas love to browse. 

Trophy Kansas Whitetail Hunting

Dirt Road Outfitters in Kansas places a strong emphasis on scouting. With the help of trail cameras and consistent year round scouting, we try to create the perfect Kansas deer hunt for you. Scrapes, rubs, sheds, and trails help us determine the prime spots to place you during your Kansas whitetail hunt. Dirt Road Outfitters wants to provide the deer hunter the best chance of harvesting a mature Kansas whitetail deer by strategically placing the deer hunter on a good Kansas hunting property with a stand that is suited best for current wind direction of the day. Many of our stands are placed in a pinch point or a funnel to help increase the chances that the deer hunter harvests a mature Kansas whitetail deer. For our Kansas deer hunts, Dirt Road Outfitters tries to do everything to give the Kansas deer hunter an upper hand on the wily Kansas whitetail deer. Hunting pinch points or funnels that Kansas whitetail deer frequent does help the deer hunter, but we also place corn out & or feed the Kanas deer a 28% protein mixture year around. If you prefer a true hunt, please let us know when you book your Kansas deer hunting trip.  Dirt Road Outfitters leaves a few thousand acres out every year that we do not place any bait out for the deer hunter that likes a natural setting on their whitetail deer hunt. Click here to see what our hunters have taken home on their Kansas whitetail hunt

Kansas Deer Hunts
Dirt Road Outfitters' Kansas deer hunting properties are used for Kansas bow (archery) hunts, Kansas muzzle loader (black powder hunts) & rifle hunting. Kansas bow (archery) hunting takes place during the Kansas whitetail deer pre-rut, rut, and post-rut. We offer a limited number of Kansas deer hunts to ensure you a non pressured hunting experience. We also encourage the Kansas deer hunter to harvest at least one doe after harvesting a Kansas whitetail buck. With nothing but small hunting camps your chances to harvest a good whitetail deer on your Kansas deer hunting trip dramatically increases when you purchase a Kansas deer hunt with us.
Although there is no guarantee that you will harvest an animal, the staff at Dirt Road Outfitters is dedicated to giving you the best chance at a mature whitetail deer. 90% of our deer hunters have had the opportunity on a 150 class whitetail deer on their Kansas deer hunting trip. Contact us for more information on our Kansas deer hunts.
All hunters are lodged privately for their Kansas deer hunt on our working farm, and cattle ranch. It is a 1900s farm house that has been in the family for many generations. This is the ideal place to brag about your Kansas deer hunts with the guests. All hunters are treated to one home cooked meal in the evening. It is a quiet, clean, & comfortable place to rest. 
  •  Muzzleloader season opens September 15th and runs through September 28th, 2016.

  • $5,500 is the cost of a Muzzloader hunt

  • Regular firearm season opens December 7th and runs through December 16, 2016

  • $5,500 is the cost of a regular firearm hunt

  • Archery season opens September 15th and runs through December 31, 2016

  • $5,500 is the cost of a non rut archery hunt 

  • $5,500 is the cost of a rut archery hunt (October 28th- November 30th

  • Included in this package are 6 nights of lodging, 5 days of deer hunting, 2 meals a day, & snacks. If you need your gun sighted in we will be happy to do that. Whether it's a fully guided or semi guided hunt you are responsible for the transportation fee of us taking the game to our meat locker, and arranging for them to send it to your meat locker of choice.

  • Ladder stands are used for bow hunting. Tower blinds are primarily used, however we do have original tree stands to use for rifle, & muzzleloader season.

  • $999.99 is due upfront for the cost of for the cost of booking a hunt.

  • The remaining balance can be paid 30 days upon your arrival at Dirt Road Outfitters for your Kansas deer hunting trip.

  • A safety harness must be worn at all times while hunting in our tree stands while on your Kansas deer hunt.

  • A liability waiver must be signed when you arrive to harvest these beautiful Kansas whitetail bucks.

  • Deposits are non-refundable, except in the case of a failure to obtain a permit.

  • The exception to the rule of a failure to obtain a permit is based upon how the Kansas draw goes. If it goes 100%, then your deposit will be non-refundable as wel.l

  • Non-resident deer permit draw deadline is April 25, 2016.

  • Hunter Orange clothing is required on any gun hunt. A head layer of orange & bottom layer of oragne must be worn on your Kansas deer hunting trip.

  • Youth & Disability season is from September 6th- September 14, 2016.

  • Click here to apply for your non-resident 2016 whitetail deer tags through the KDWP: https://www.ks.wildlifelicense.com/start.php

  • Reference for your Kansas Deer Hunting trip is provided below.

  • Hunting information is subject to change. For the latest on the deer season dates, licesce information please visit the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks, and Tourism


"Just wanted to give you guy's a big Thank You for everything you guys offered.  Your "Crew" and family at Dirt Road Outfitters are by far some of the best people in the Midwest.  Hans and Jim went out of their ways to constantly put us on deer and to adjust our sits accordingly to the weather. That area sure does have some AWESOME bucks.  Corey and I are both looking forward to hunting with your outfit again in the near future.  Maybe next time I won't wait until the last 20 minutes of the hunt to pull the trigger on a 150 class Kansas deer!!"

Thanks, Brady  bjorgaardbm@aol.com



Muzzleloader / Rifle Hunt Fully Guided

Muzzleloader Hunting September 11-September 24, 2017 season are as follows:

  • $5,500 for fully-guided hunt muzzleloader hunt -The hunter will arrive in camp the day prior to their hunt & will leave the evening after your 5 day hunt ends. We will discuss the aspects of the type of deer we want you to harvest upon your stay with us. Aerial photos will be reviewed during this orientation along with deer sightings on the hoof & on trail cameras, & how to harvest the whitetail with the current stand placements. A guide will be assigned on your hunt to be sure we get the hunter to & from the stand safely & quietly. This guide will also field dress the deer for you & transport it back to our lodge. When the deer is back at the lodge it is your job to tell us how you would like to display your trophy whitetail so we can properly prepare your mount. 

Rifle Hunting: November 29- December 10, 2016 season are as follows:

  • $5,500 Fully-guided hunt with a regular firearm; trophy whitetail deer hunt

Bow Hunting, Archery Hunting, Crossbow Hunting:  September 11- December 31, 2017 season are as follows:

  •  $5,500 Fully-guided Non Rut Whitetail Deer Hunt
  •  $5,500 Fully-guided RUT Whitetail Deer Hunt (October 28th- November 30) 







Kansas Deer Hunting