Whitetail Deer Hunting
When people call Jack Atcheson & Sons about deer hunting, we know they are not calling about just going deer hunting, but seeking out the best area to take a quality buck and, in some instances, to combine it with some secondary species. We are interested in placing hunters in only the very best deer areas available, with no drawing! We have warm weather hunts (Texas, Old Mexico, Utah, and Colorado) and cooler weather hunts (Montana, Alberta, British Columbia, Idaho, and Wyoming). Select the area of interest and read on! There’s something for you!
Warm Weather Hunts – Texas, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Kansas and Old Mexico – If you are tired of cooler weather whitetail hunting, try a warm-weather area. You hunt in November, December, and early January, when weather is fairly pleasant. Most of the ranches hunted are private property. Strict harvest programs have been in force for many years. Hunts are custom-designed and can be designed for one to eight hunters. Some good hunting can be included for waterfowl, dove, quail, turkey, javelina, and bobcat, and you can also include bass fishing. Bucks taken are generally four to six points per side, 120 to 160 points and up.
Cold weather hunts take place further North in Montana, Idaho, British Columbia, Wyoming Regioins. October and November time periods. Some are private lands and some are wilderness public land. Even some that are remote wilderness, back pack hunts. Call us and tell us what you want. We will advise you.