At 180 Outdoors we offer Kansas deer hunts for everyone. Starting with our fully guided all inclusive deer hunt to our semi guided or do it yourself Kansas deer hunt. Our premier Kansas whitetail hunt is our fully guided trip. This includes 5-6 days of hunting and a 6-7 night stay at our lodge. On this hunt all meals, snacks, and drinks are provided. Once you arrive in camp you will have all transportation to and from your hunting locations provided. We have a cleaning station to prepare your harvest for taxidermy and the trip home or to assist you in donating the meat locally. All stands and blinds are pre-placed to insure your success. When you show up for a guided hunt you will see Stealth Cam pictures of the deer that are on the properties that you will be hunting. We will go over how to age and a score a deer on the hoof to make sure that you harvest the Kansas buck you came for.

If an all inclusive hunt is not for you, then send us an email. We can customize a semi guided, do it yourself, or lease that fits your budget and Kansas deer hunting dreams!  Contact us today for more info.

At 180 Outdoors we do not charge a trophy fee. When you book you Kansas deer hunts with us we want you to shoot the biggest buck in the woods and we are not going to charge you more for him. However, we do hold a 130" minimum on all of are leases and there is a $500 fine for harvesting a deer that does not meet the minimum. 

Supplies that you should bring on your Guided Kansas Deer Hunt:

  • Muzzleloader, Bow, or Rifle
  • Camo
  • Ammunition or Arrows
  • Deer tags and Kansas Hunting License
  • Scent Control Products
  • Rubber boots
  • Safety Harness
  • Orange vest and hat (Firearm seasons only)


*If you are not doing a guided hunt we will customize a list of items you need to bring with you. 

PROPOSED 2017 Kansas Deer Season Dates:

Youth and Disability Season: Sept. 2 - Sept. 10, 2017
 
Early Muzzleloader Season: Sept. 11 - Sept. 24, 2017
 
Archery Season: Sept. 11 - Dec. 31, 2017
 
Pre-Rut Firearm Whitetail Antlerless Season:  Oct. 7- Oct. 9, 2017. Any permit that allows the harvest of a whitetailed antlerless deer is valid during this season. Equipment and unit restrictions on permit imposed. Ft Riley Unit CLOSED for pre-rut season.  Hunter orange clothing is required.
 
Firearms Season: Nov. 29 - Dec. 10, 2017
 
    
Shooting Hours: One-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset.

Airport Pick up is available upon request. 

Pay by: Check, Money Order, Paypal, or Credit card.

For pricing and additional information please contact us.


TYPES OF KANSAS DEER HUNTS

Kansas Rifle HuntKansas Rifle SeasonKansas Non-Typical Deer Hunting

Fully Guided Kansas Deer Hunts

Once you arrive in our camp in Southeast Kansas, we take care of everything.

Lodging: Your lodging is included in the price of this hunt and will be at one of our lodges. Our Kansas hunting lodges are remodeled ranch houses for a comfortable stay.

Meals: We will provide two home cooked meals a day and all the snacks & drinks that you can handle. (We do not provide alcohol) 

License and Permit: We make it easy, provide us with your information and we will apply for all needed licenses and permits. Cost of all licenses and permits are the responsibility of the hunter. 

Transportation: Your guide will drive you to and from your stand daily. They will be on call and pick you up from your stand when you are ready for a break. (Please allow up to 30 minutes for a guide to get to you.) 

Equipment: The only equipment you need is your clothing, boots, and weapon.

Game Handling: We will track, drag, and clean your deer for you. We have a cleaning facility on site and will debone your meat and pack it in your cooler. 

Taxidermy: We have a local taxidermist that will cape and skull cape your deer for the trip home. It will be ready for your taxidermist or you can leave it here for him to mount and pick it up on your next trip to 180 Outdoors! All taxidermy fees are the responsibility of the hunter.


Semi Guided Kansas Deer Hunts

We know the land and will put you in the position to be successful while experiencing our comfort.

Lodging: Your lodging is included in the price of this hunt and will be at one of our lodges. Our lodges are remodeled ranch houses for a comfortable stay. 

Meals: We will provide a list of local restaurants for you to eat at. Cost of meals are your responsibility. 

License and Permit: We make it easy, provide us with your information and we will apply for all needed licenses and permits. Cost of all licenses and permits are the responsibility of the hunter. 

Transportation: Your guide will drive to the farms and show you the boundaries as well as the parking locations for your vehicle. Day to Day of your hunt you will drive to and from your lodge to your farm. 

Equipment: Blinds or Stands, Feeders, and trail cameras in place and available.

Game Handling: When you take a shot at your target animal your guide will meet you at the site and aid in the recovery. You will then deliver your game to a local meat processor. That fee is your responsibility. 

Taxidermy: We have a local taxidermist that will cape and skull cape your deer for the trip home. It will be ready for your taxidermist or you can leave it here for him to mount and pick it up on your next trip to 180 Outdoors! All taxidermy fees are the responsibility of the hunter. 


Do It Yourself Kansas Deer Hunts

You’re really roughing it now!  

Lodging: Your lodging is not included in this price. You will have to seek shelter at a local hotel or campsite. We will provide you with a list of options. 

Meals: We will provide a list of local restaurants for you to eat at. Cost of meals are your responsibility. 

License and Permit: We make it easy, provide us with your information and we will apply for all needed licenses and permits. Cost of all licenses and permits are the responsibility of the hunter. 

Transportation: Your guide will drive to the farms and show you the boundaries as well as the parking locations for your vehicle. Day to Day of your hunt you will drive to and from your hotel or campsite to your farm. 

Equipment: Maps are provided. All other equipment is your reponsibility.

Game Handling: When you take a shot at your target animal your guide will meet you at the site and aid in the recovery. You will then deliver your game to a local meat processor. That fee is your responsibility. 

Taxidermy: We have a local taxidermist that will cape and skull cape your deer for the trip home. It will be ready for your taxidermist or you can leave it here for him to mount and pick it up on your next trip to 180 Outdoors! All taxidermy fees are the responsibility of the hunter.  


Leases

If 5 days is not enough hunting for you we do have an option. 180 Outdoors, LLC has numerous farms available for year-round or season leases. These farms range in price from $7-$25 per acre. Each farm varies in the amount of hunters, what species are available to hunt, and the period of the year that they are available. See our new Kansas hunting leases page for the current available leases!