Rifle Trophy Whitetail Hunts in Southern Illinois
1-4 Guests • Lodge • Private • Semi-Guided
5 1/2-Day Trophy Whitetail Hunt
2023 Season Dates
1st Season Rifle - Nov 17-19
2nd Season Rifle - Nov 30-Dec 3
Combo Bow/Gun Hunt - NOV 13-19 (additional fee)
We would like to introduce you to some of the best Whitetail deer and turkey hunting properties in Edwards, Wabash, Wayne, White, and Richland Counties. Generations of privately owned land allow for better control of deer management and offer you only the best-rested property that is never over-hunted, We take pride in maintaining a small clientele to ensure that our customers have the best hunting experience possible.
- Wooded Fencerows
- Upland Timber
- Bottomland Timber
- 5 1/2-Days
- Semi-Guided (first hunt fully guided)
- Strategically placed stands throughout the property
- Bring your own climber or loc-on of your choice if you want
- Food plots planted in prime locations
*Opportunity to harvest an Indiana buck if you tag out early in Illinois
Base price is per person for a 5 1/2-Day Rifle Hunt. Make it a combo rifle/archery hunt for an additional fee per person.
Combo Bow/Gun Hunt
Semi-Guided bow and gun hunts for trophy whitetail bucks in Southern Illinois
More Pricing Information
You can also pay a 50% deposit now and a final payment before your trip.
$1375.00 Per Person
$3025.00 Per Person Per Experience
Please note that there is a 50% non-refundable deposit included with your booking fee. In case of cancellation, and in accordance with the Host's cancellation policy, the remaining 50% may be returned to you or applied towards rescheduling a future trip.
- Semi-Guided Hunt
- Impressive Success Rate
- Lodging Available
- Access to Privately Owned Trophy Hunting Land
- Weather Appropriate Hunting Attire
- Personal Hunting Equipment
- Weapong and Ammo
- Valid Hunting License & Tags
Rules & Guidelines
In general, anyone wishing to hunt in Illinois is required to purchase a hunting license. There are some exceptions to this requirement.
Anyone born after January 1, 1980, will need to complete a Hunter Safety Education Course before obtaining a hunting license. Proof of completion must be available while hunting.
In most cases, an electronic state habitat stamp is also required.
Waterfowl hunters will also need both the electronic state waterfowl stamp and the federal waterfowl stamp.
Species-specific permits or other registrations may be required.