2014 Kansas / Missouri Hunts Available - $250 Discount for Archery Talk Readers!


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    2014 Kansas / Missouri Hunts Available - $250 Discount for Archery Talk Readers!

    Stateline Trophy Hunters has open dates for the 2014 season. Our Kansas Unit has 395 leftover tags that will go on sale July 1st at 12:00am, and Missouri tags are over-the-counter so they never run out. We even offer "combo" hunts that allow you to harvest a buck in each state (KS & MO) in one trip! We are a small outfitter that books 5 hunters per hunting week, although we can accommodate a group of 6 if necessary. We are able to provide excellent service by keeping the number of hunters this low. Check out our Facebook page. There are plenty of pictures of our trophies, stands, property and accommodations.

    Our archery hunts are from tree stands that are custom manufactured for us. They are large and extremely comfortable. The ladder and platform are each welded in 1-piece, which makes them more stable and eliminates squeaking when moving for the perfect shot! They are far better than store-bought, mass produced stands. Our rifle and muzzleloader blinds are Redneck and Den Tree brand.

    Our property is a combination of CRP, timber and crops. The corn, soybean and wheat crops attract large numbers of trophy deer. Our stands are located on natural funnels between the bedding and areas and the crops. Our Facebook cover photo shows a typical bachelor group of bucks in one of our soybean fields.

    We offer a $250 to for Archery Talk members/readers. All of our rates are listed on Facebook and our webpage. Please mention the AT discount when calling to book your hunt. Please contact us for available dates.

    Judd McPherson
    (417) 438-8880

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    Last edited by StatelineTrophyHunters; June 3rd, 2014 at 04:45 PM.

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    I have been asked how to find our land on Google earth to check out the terrain. Look for Mulberry, Kansas. Most of our land surrounds the north end of the town on both sides of the Kansas / Missouri border. We have some crops on the south end of town as well. It gives you a general idea of our terrain.

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