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NW Missouri, USA -- 1 Hunter for 5-Day Whitetail Deer Hunt, includes taxidermy

Currency:USD Category:Hunting / Hunts - Deer Start Price:1,450.00 USD Estimated At:0.00 - 0.00 USD
NW Missouri, USA -- 1 Hunter for 5-Day Whitetail Deer Hunt, includes taxidermy
Winning bidder must bring at least one paying hunter at rate of $3,675. Harry Beninati, Expressions of Wilderness Taxidermy Studio, will provide a shoulder mount at no cost to the winning bidder of this hunt. Hunt dates are November 2020 - 2021 on about 3000 acres with ladder and box stands, plus ground stands upon request. This is a semi-guided hunt for free range deer. A doe may be harvested for an additional $225. Hunter must abide by 4-point system on legal bucks - has to have at least 4 points on one side including eye guard. Fly into Kansas City International Airport, then rent a car and drive the 1.5 hours to lodge due North of I-29 Interstate. Includes: Lodging, food and drinks. Not Included: Hunting tag ($225). Lodge can accommodate up to 5 hunters. Additional hunters are welcome at $3,475. Tags can be bought over-the-counter or online at www.missouriconservation.com. Processing plants are within a 45-minute drive of the lodge or bring coolers if not flying but driving to lodge. If you bring 3 additional hunters, outfitter will offer the show special of $3,475 per hunter. Non-hunters are welcome at $1800 per person.

Mike Cowan, Master Guide/Outfitter
Crosshairs Outfitters
Tel: 907-394-2924
crosshairsofalaska@yahoo.com
www.crosshairsoutfitters.com

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