Hunts take place in Southwestern Nebraska along the Platte River valley. With over 60,000 acres of Sandhills and sixteen miles of the Platte River there is ample habitat to support great numbers of game.
This area boasts great populations of Mule Deer, Whitetail, Wild Turkey, Upland Game, and Waterfowl. Through intensive management practices, we are fortunate to have excellent age structure and genetics. Success rates on these hunts are typically high.
Rifle and Archery seasons fall during the rut in Nebraska allowing terrific opportunity for a trophy of a lifetime.
Muzzleloader hunts take place in mid December as winter is moving in. Feed patterns can be very predictable. Often this hunt allows for the highest number of deer sightings.
Nebraska Rifle: 4 Day Hunt
This is a great hunt for a person looking for a quality experience, high success, and exceptional numbers of game. Both Mule Deer and Whitetail may be harvested.
Nebraska Muzzleloader: 5 Day Hunt
Muzzleloader hunts take place in December when the weather is cold and the deer must eat. When it is cold the activity is excellent, creating great opportunity. Harvesting either Mule Deer or Whitetail deer is possible.
Nebraska Archery: 5 Day Hunt
Archery hunting our river bottom properties is exceptional. The age structure and high deer numbers make for great days on stand. This hunt is excellent for both the novice and the expert.
Nebraska Turkey: 3 Day Hunt
Nebraska has an ever-expanding Turkey population and our area is no exception. We have Great populations of both Rio Grande and Merriam Turkey. The different habitat from river bottoms to Sandhill tree claims in this area make for a unique experience.