Whitetail Deer Hunt in Oklahoma


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The quoted trip price will exclude Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation license, Archery License, County sales tax, Tips, Travel and Personal gear.

Archery Whitetail Deer Hunts  
State Wide – Early Season
Requires Nonresident Hunting License & Archery License

Season Dates: October 1 – January 15

Lodge
3-day / 2-on-1 / Call for Available Dates
5-day / 2-on-1 / Call for Available Dates

Muzzle Loading Whitetail Deer Hunts
State Wide – Mid Season
Requires Nonresident Hunting License

Season Dates: October 26 – November 3

Lodge
3-day / 2-on-1 / Call for Available Dates
5-day / 2-on-1 / Call for Available Dates

Rifle Whitetail Deer Hunts
State Wide – Late Season
Requires Nonresident Hunting License

Season Dates: November 23 – December 8

Lodge
3-day / 2-on-1 / Call for Available Dates
5-day / 2-on-1 / Call for Available Dates

One-on-One Guide Service
This exclusive service is offered at a flat rate.

Deposit
A 50% deposit of the value of your hunt will reserve your dates – (non-refundable). Remaining balance of 50% is due 60 days prior to your hunt dates or you may pay with cash the day before your hunt begins.

License Fees and Application Deadlines
Nonresident Fees: Purchase online / Over the Counter / Full-Price $300.00.
Note: All prices are subject to State taxes / Fees / All are subject to change at any time.
License Fees and Application Deadlines for all big game species are set by Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, purchased on the ODWC website or Over the Counter. You may apply online yourself at: Apply Here

Whitetail Deer hunting in Oklahoma is one the most sought after, exciting, free ranging big game animals in the world to pursue.  Mature bucks are mostly nocturnal, extremely cagey, and make for a very challenging hunt.  The hills and plains of western Oklahoma are famous for producing trophy class bucks and are home to one of the top five whitetail deer herds in the world.  There are several factors specific to our areas which allow our bucks to grow and reach their genetic potential at maturity.  These factors include a high buck to doe ratio, outstanding genetics, predators kept in check and fabulous habitat.  The quality winter range is a great benefit to our deer herds as well, giving them the nutrition necessary to survive the sometimes-harsh Oklahoma winters.   Along with these factors, the Oklahoma private lands have kept the hunting pressure low, giving our bucks an even better chance at reaching their genetic potential at maturity.

Our private ranch camps lie within the boundaries of western Oklahoma, which allows us easy access and the ability to hunt some of the best areas in Oklahoma for trophy whitetail deer.  These ranches routinely produce bucks ranging from 150” to well over 170” gross, each year. Our season typically runs from the 1st of October thru the 15th of January, offering us a wide range of hunting opportunities, such as hunting bucks in their bachelor groups, bucks just coming out of velvet, pre-rut activity and hunting the rut itself.  These reasons are why these areas are without a doubt, not only Oklahoma’s finest trophy whitetail deer hunting areas, but also considered some of the best free ranging trophy whitetail deer hunting in the world.

Along with hunting in an area with superior genetics and low pressure (from both hunters and predators), another key to success in a trophy whitetail deer hunt is our preseason scouting. We keep game cameras out year around and forty-five to sixty days prior to our first hunt, we are glassing with high quality optics in the mornings and evenings, which always prove beneficial to our clients and contributes greatly to the odds of harvesting a trophy while on your hunt of a lifetime.

Our hunts take place in western Oklahoma’s hills and plains country, with elevations around 800 feet and over 2,000 feet in many cases.  You will be hunting timbered drainages, farm fields, breaky plains, and timber areas.

Your mornings will begin at 3:00 am, at which time your guides are already preparing for the day. We will all meet in the dining tent for a hearty breakfast; pack your lunch and discuss the plans for the day. After breakfast, still well before daylight, you and your guide will depart from camp and head up the trails for a full day of hunting.  Once you reach your destination, we will spend most of the day glassing and locating bucks with binoculars and/or a spotting scope. Our time and efforts are focused on areas where we have historically found and recently located mature bucks in our scouting efforts.  Once we spot your trophy game, we plan our stalk carefully and hike to a vantage point to where you can make your shot or simply wait for him to move in on us.

In summary, the rugged terrain is challenging.  This is a slightly mentally and physically demanding hunt, one you will not need to start preparing for very long before your hunt dates. It is also very important to be familiar and proficient with your firearm because it is often necessary to shoot from an average of 300 yards. The rough terrain of western Oklahoma has more record class whitetail deer than any other part of Oklahoma and most of the country; in fact, this part of the state was ranked #5 in the nation for mature whitetail deer. This is without a doubt the hunt of a lifetime for that hunter who is looking for a true trophy class whitetail deer buck.