Hunting In Missouri


Missouri is home to world class hunting. Whether it is a trophy buck, giant gobbler or premier fur that you’re looking to bag, Missouri provides the perfect hunting experiences and habitats. Missouri offers numerous managed deer hunts for archery, crossbow, muzzleloading and modern firearms from mid-September through January.



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



Missouri Featured Listings


Milan MO - 1000 Acres
51382-51538 Ribbon Rd
Milan, MO 63556

1000 acres of strictly bow hunting buck deer and turkey in Sullivan County, Missouri. Located 60 miles south of Iowa state line and 120 miles west of Illinois state line. Hunting bucks for 130 class and above. Managed for quality deer for 20 plus years. Been bow hunted for the last 10 plus years. Former hunters bought their own hunting land. 160 acres timber and big ditches with natural funnels. Ponds with bass, crappie, sunfish and catfish. 256 acres of crops, 13 acres crp, 7 acres of alfalfa. remaining hay and pastures. I only allow 2 to 4 friends or family to strictly bow hunt. No other hunters on property during any other hunting season. A place to stay with ac/heat, wifi and internet, tv, small kitchen and oven, bathroom and shower, washer and dryer, bbq grill, camper hook ups. I get $12 an acre and $12,000 for total acres.
1000 Acres



Gentry Co - MO Turkey Hunting
NW Berlin Rd
King City, MO 64463

2019 Spring Turkey season is right around the corner! Plan your Turkey hunt now. Our cabin is located and surrounded by 1,300 acres that is perfect for your Turkey, Deer, Predator hunting. We still have dates available. Go to www.huntantlerridge.com for more information. Our guests enjoy a well equipped and recently renovated cabin while they pursue turkey, deer, duck, eagle watching or just a relaxing get-a-way in a remote country setting.
1300 Acres



400 Acres Barton County, MO
Po Box 56.
Mindenmines, MO 64769

Hunt ID:6010-NE-S-M-1200-ElkHorn-WDeerTurkey-OLKNO4RF-BGCB-OR1YC-Birds and Beast Hunts Whitetail © Copyright Discounted Hunting Adventures llc For Birds and Beast hunting you can’t beat it. Multiple farms with thousands of acres by Norfolk for wild and Preserve hunting for Pheasants, Quail and Chukar, along with wild turkey. Whitetail deer stands and blinds to match the concentration of deer on the property, and hunted lightly to preserve the growing quality of the bucks. A second grouping of farms farther north near the Nebraska / South Dakota Boarder. These farms are broken into 1, 2, 3 or 4 hunter properties so that each hunter or hunter group will have their own farm. The farms are spread out enough so that you are not encroaching on others or they are not encroaching on you. All fenced, and in different hunting zones. With thousands of acres to hunt the outfitter places the hunters in the blinds that have been the most productive during pre-scouting. The habitat is corn and other grains, woodlots, CRP, high out of control weed, Cottonwood and hardwood bottoms, ponds another water sources, along with row crop stubble. Scouting and trail cams allow him to keep tabs on the deer movement. With so many properties it is simple to have a combo hunt with your deer hunt because of the various locations. It must be cleared first with the outfitter so that the deer are not disturbed by the bird hunting location. The rifle hunts are geared toward the working man’s price for affordability. All hunts are guided and you are assigned to one of the blinds or tree stands on the property. With these whitetails, you will not walk up a large one but instead blow them off your property. You will be taken in on a course to not spook that areas local deer. You are to stay in that blind for the hunt. We recommend bringing a heater because mornings can be quite cold in Nebraska in November. If not a heater warm enough clothing. If you do get cold the only walking permitted is on the same path you were lead in on from your truck. If you need to go to your truck to get warm that is the route to take to not push the deer out of your area. The hunts are 4 day hunts. You will arrive the day before the season and meet with the outfitter and his guides. He will show you where you will be hunting and where your blind is located. He will also explain the areas deer movement. After seeing the blind location, you can decide to walk in on your own in the morning or to have a guide lead you in. Please, please bring a flashlight and or hat brim light of some type for morning and evening access. Cell phone texting works well in this area but phone calls can be spotty depending on your exact location. The separate farms and ranches are set up for good whitetail Deer and turkey hunting. The outfitter by pre-scouting, trail cams and experience lightly hunts each farm. All farms are great hunting and although the deer licenses do run out if you can get booked for the right zone as quick as possible we will apply and get your license for you since we are in so many different zones.
400 Acres



Missouri DNR Information


MO State DNR

Address: Conservation Headquarters
2901 W. Truman Blvd.
Jefferson City, MO  65109

Phone #: 573-751-4115
Website: http://huntfish.mdc.mo.gov/hunting-trapping


Missouri 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 Missouri.

Missouri Hunter Safety Course