The weather is turning a little bit chillier and; as you can see, the trees are losing their foliage making the perfect environment for deer hunting. 15 year old Isaac Henderson experienced first hand the thrill of the hunt at Heartland Outdoor Trophy Hunts this bow season. He’s pictured below with his first ever Kansas Whitetail buck, and it’s a beauty.
Fall is here and our food plots of standing corn, soybeans, clover and wheat are doing very well even with the extensive drought conditions. The whitetail are beginning to hit them and the harvested fields with more regularity. We also had a pretty good acorn crop but they seem to have pretty well cleaned them up. Here are a couple of pics from our trail cams. Heartland Outdoor Trophy Hunts has worked to prepare for this Whitetail season. We’ve had some folks out for archery hunts and we are fast approaching the regular firearm season. Contact us today to set up your whitetail hunt. For information on the Kansas hunting seasons please check out the Sportsmen’s Calendar provided by the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks.
This is a beautiful whitetail buck
We provide an environment that whitetail thrive in
Nature continues to be good to us as evidenced by the prime whitetails caught by our trail cams. I’m posting some of the pics, they are sure to whet your appetite for a good hunt. Don’t forget to contact us and set it up today!
Here’s another nice buck and a sample of the food plots we plant to augment their nutrition needs. This is a soybean plot where I fenced a small area the deer cannot reach and you can tell by the heighth difference how much they are feeding on the soybeans. The soybeans food plots are not harvested but are allowed to stand and the deer really go after them in the winter when the snow hits. We are expanding out food plots in numbers and size. We also utilize alfalfa and wheat plots.
The food plots are in good shape so far but the dry weather is starting to effect them. The deer have been hitting the soybeans really hard despite the heat and dry weather. They have easy access to plenty of water so things are going well in that respect. Putting out more trail cams in the future and hope to post more photos of our great Kansas bucks!