Hunting In Kansas

Kansas while in Kansas there are not a wide variety of game animals, they make up for it with excellent deer (including both Mule and Whitetail), turkey and pheasant hunting. Surprisingly, Kansas has the second to only Rhode Island in the percentage of land that is privately owned. Over ninety-eight percent of the land in the state is privately owned. For landowners this means opportunity to capitalize on hunters looking for a good lease.

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Below are some of the featured public hunting listings in the state of Kansas that are available on HLRBO as well as contact information for the Department of Natural Resources in Kansas should you have any questions about regulations or licensing.

Kansas Featured Listings

789 Acres Montgomery Co. KS
1351 Rd 30
Havana, KS 67347

AIKEN WEST Furnished house on the lease that can be used during archery season. Very secluded property with diverse terrain. This hunting lease has large mature woods and big blocks of them. It is situated next to the only crop field for miles. Lodging: Included in the lease.
789 Acres

254 Acres Allen County KS
2800th St
La Harpe, KS 66751

DIEBOLTS Two creeks merge on this property with the largest being Elm Creek. Elm Creek will wind through Allen County Kansas until it dumps into the Neosho River. Both creeks on the property are lined with thick brush and timber. Adding to that is the Allen County Land Fill as a neighbor. That takes out a big portion of the neighborhood without the competition of other hunters. Lodging: Iola has several hotels and great places to eat.
254 Acres

Greenwood Co KS
Apache Rd
Virgil, KS 66870

West Ray Ray This property is in the scenic Flint Hills and has a beautiful live creek flowing through it. In this area it is nothing for bucks to travel long distances following the creek bottoms in search of does. This tract is great for rifle, bow, or muzzle loader. The high banks of the creek and rolling hills squeeze the deer into tight spots for close archery shots. With a firearm you can pick out several spots where you would have to be sleeping for your big buck to slip by you! Lodging: Eureka and Yates Center provide both lodging and restaurant options to go along with this lease. Also, Toronto has a place Courtney's Places which gets high praises for dining!
160 Acres

Kansas DNR Information

KS State DNR

Address: Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Operations Office
512 SE 25th Ave.
Pratt, KS  67124

Phone #: (620) 672-5911

Kansas Hunter Safety Course

Hunter safety courses are required in most states in order to purchase a hunting license. Follow the link below to take a certified hunter safety course online for Kansas.

Kansas Hunter Safety Course