A. Temperatures often vary 40 to 50 degrees from early morning till mid-afternoon. It’s best to dress in layers. As the weather warms up you can peel them off. Camo or dark colored shirts, jacket, and cap is highly recommended, but not required. We also recommend a camo face mask and gloves for your hunt.
A. A good pair of 8 or 10 power binoculars…a camera for harvest and camp photos…a video camera will help you capture and record the awesome sights and sounds of big mature whitetail bucks in the rut…sun glasses…scent neutralizer if you have it…prescription medicines…chap stick and sun block…soft ear plugs for shooting and deer camp sleeping…rifle sling…at least 1 full box of ammo…….All packed in a soft, small as possible, gear bag.
A. Yes, you can cancel or reschedule your hunt within 60 days of your scheduled arrival for the months of October and November…we need 90 days notice of cancellation of hunts scheduled in December and January………We will make every effort to fill your hunting slot and up to this point we have not had to charge a cancellation fee.
A. Guests who drive to the ranch usually bring a 48 quart or larger cooler for their meat. Ranch staff will skin and quarter the meat and store it in our walk-in cooler until ready for transport. The cape with head and antlers is handled the same way. We can arrange to have your meat processed and shipped to you. We are affiliated with taxidermists who will mount your trophy to your specifications and ship it to you.