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Missouri Big Creek Outfitters
Bethany, MO 64424
Ph 660-425-8994

With the mixture of Rolling hills, Corn/Bean Fields, Timber, Crp mixes and Creeks. Northern Missouri makes a great place to grow big mature bucks. It is our intention to offer exciting, memmorable and very affordable hunts. These hunts are semi guided hunts on private land with no fences a 100% fair chase Hunts. We have stands and or blinds placed on pre scouted areas. 

Skunk River Outfitters
Cory Wiemelt
Brighton, IA 52540
Ph 217-242-7586
We are excited to announce that Skunk River Outfitters has expanded our operation to N.E. Missouri. Our Iowa clients love what we are doing in S.E. Iowa and convinced us to broaden our outfitting business into Missouri. Not only because of the limited number of Iowa tags, the demand to hunt more than 1 state, and the fact that Missouri offers over the counter tags it seemed to be a no brainer. However, we wanted to make sure that we found the right ground to ensure a comparable hunt to what we offer in Iowa.
IMB Outfitters
30275 Liberty Park Place
Macon, MO 63552
Ph 866-855-7063
Ph 660-385-1800

IMB Outfitters is the most qualitative “whitetail specialty” outfitting service in the nation. There is a trend in the hunt industry with the “springing up” of new outfitters across the country that is tricking hunters to focus solely on the hunts price. While the prices of IMB are competitive one must remember IMB has been perfecting a hunt service focused on the harvest of trophy whitetail bucks for 13 long years. Sure clients can always find a cheaper hunt, but waiting all year long and then ending up with a bad experience in an effort to save a few bucks just isn’t worth it.
Elk*Deer*Asix*Sika Deer*Fallow Deer
Eagle Ridge Outfittters
140 Eagle Ridge Trail
Linn, MO 65051
Johnnie Fowler
Larry Winter
Eagle Ridge Outfitters is one of the highest quality elk, whitetail deer, fallow deer, buffalo, turkey hunting preserves in the Mid-West. We handle nothing but the finest caliber big game animals, as well as wild turkey.Eagle Ridge Outfitters hunting season is 5 months, allowing ample time to fit the most demanding schedule. Bring your favorite rifle, bow, or muzzleloader and let us show you the sights! Sharpen your aim at our shooting range before setting out for your guided hunt. Eagle Ridge Outfitters is for the hunter who enjoys a challenge and who loves and respects the great outdoors for it's primitive candor.
Illinois Trophy Connections
Jim Langlois &Travis Green
Route 1 Box 207
Broughton, IL 62817
Ph 877-272-4828
Illinois Trophy Connection offers our clients high end hunts on low-pressure properties for a very Low price. We are now offering hunts in pike county, White county and Hamilton county, Illinois. We have been offering hunts in Pike county for 3 years with this being the first year in White county and Hamilton county, and it should be an awesome year as this is family-owned ground. For the first time my partners relatives have given us permission to outfit their ground. This is 3800 acres of prime deer ground that as previously mentioned has never been bow hunted or outfitted.
Deer*Turkey*Waterfowl*Labrador Retrievers/Training
Iron Duck Hunting
Daniel Guyer
5671 sw McColloch
Plattsburg, MO 64477
Ph 816-210-3969
Welcome to Iron Duck Hunting we specialize in the most rewarding, professional, and memorable hunts. With our passion for wildlife, Iron Duck hunts are balanced with new technology and a history of experience. All of are rates include lodging, and meals. (Except single day hunts)We have taken great time in scouting, from spot-checking to aerial views to see and be able to locate and pursue your choice of waterfowl, turkey, hog, deer and predator. Iron Duck guides are skilled professionals that inspire and perform their talents in to a most remarkable experience for you. All of our hunts take place in N.W. Missouri from the Squaw Creek Wildlife area to Smithville Lake, these areas offer unique and exceptional hunting adventures for you to treasure and enjoy.
True Trophy Outfitters
Tim Young
604 NE 3rd Street
Decatur, IA
Ph 641-446-7119
Outfitters. If you're looking for a once in a life time hunt, you have found it here! True Trophy Outfitters was started eight years ago when we set out to try and make every hunters dream come true. Over the years we have succeeded with helping clients put some world class whitetail's on the ground. Here at TTO we pride ourselves on being a small family ran outfitting business. With us, you will not see big numbers of hunters or guides. We want to provide you with a quality hunt on our well managed farms that these giant bucks call home. The only way to grow and hold mature deer on our farms is to let them live with out being pressured. This not only lets the deer live with out stress, it lets them get to the age needed to grow a world class set of antlers.
Whitetail Deer
High Adventure Ranch
Andy Wyas
263 Highway YY
Cook Station, MO 65449
Ph 877-858-3481
Founded in 1983, Missouri's High Adventure Ranch is the home to first-rate Whitetail Deer Hunting. Featuring one of the finest herds of trophy Whitetail Deer in the United States, High Adventure Ranch maintains a quality breeding program that includes introducing different genetics and limiting the number of Whitetail Deer hunts per year.
Prince European Mounts
Justin Prince
Minden, NE
Ph 308-224-0657
Prices starting at $70.00 for the skull work and I also make wall displays from Oak but we can make them from just about any wood. I can make a angled wall shelf display or flat against the wall. 

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Missouri Hunting Outfitters and Guides Deer Facts

 The whitetail deer was abundant in Missouri, especially in the more fertile and diverse habitats of northern Missouri. The influx of European settlers to Missouri during the last half of the 19th century coincided with a rapid decline in the deer population. Unrestricted market hunting and habitat destruction, such as cutting, burning, farming and grazing forest lands, contributed most to this decline of the deer population. The firearms deer-hunting season is now composed of different portions that provide the varied hunting opportunities Missourians enjoy. The current season structure accommodates different hunting methods and styles, and also specific user groups. Consequently, it satisfies the great demand for deer hunting without harming the resource, and also provides multiple weekends of hunting for those who cannot hunt on weekdays. Whitetail deer antlers begin to grow in the early spring (usually  March or April).  By late summer a whitetail's antlers are fully-grown. Whitetail deer antlers are one of the fastest growing tissues known to man and the growth of a deer antlers usually starts to grow out of the deer' head toward the back of the deer and then changes direction and grows toward the front of the deer' head.  Deer antlers have been known to grow as fast as ½ inch per day and while a whitetail's antlers are growing they are covered with velvet.  Velvet is a living tissue that supplies blood to the antlers allowing them to grow. While a deer  antlers are covered in velvet they are very sensitive to touch and easily broken. Once the deer antlers are fully grown they will become hard and the velvet will begin to fall off.  Bucks will rub their antlers against trees and saplings to rub off the dead velvet mater.  Most younger deer have smaller antlers because much of their nutrition goes to support their growing body and when a mature deer is injured or has poor nutrition it's antlers will often be smaller then a healthy animal of the same age. Deer antlers are often referred to by hunters as horns.  However antlers are not technically horns.   Deer antlers once fully formed are dead tissue and fall off and then are re-grow every year. Horns continue to grow for the life of an animal. Many hunters believe that you can tell how old a whitetail deer is by the size of it's rack.  This is not true.  A bucks antler mass peaks around 5 to 8 years of age but the bigger determining factor for antler size is genetics and nutrition of the deer.  The only reliable way to age a deer is the teeth. Whitetail does don't typically grow deer antlers but under rare circumstances some does have grown antlers.  This is believed to be due to a hormone imbalance and is a very rare occurrence in whitetails.  The only female deer that regularly grow antlers are rein deer. Even though a buck doesn't grow antlers the first year good nutrition is very important for buck fawns.  During the first year of life the young deer grow pedicles and as the buck matures the larger the pedical the better the chances that the bucks will have a bigger rack in the future. Whitetails deer that are taken with bow and arrow are scored by Pope and Young.  Rack scoring by Pope and Young or Boone And Crockett (for gun harvests) use a formula to measure the antlers that allows hunters to compare bucks racks in a fair way.  Most deer scoring systems break deer antlers into two distinct classes based on the "style" of the rack.  These two scoring classes are typical and non-typical racks.  Both typical and non typical deer racks are measured exactly the same way except for the fact that for typical racks you subtract for abnormal points and Non-Typical racks you add abnormal points on the rack.


Missouri Hunting Outfitters and Guides Turkey Facts

Once abundant in Missouri, wild turkey numbers plummeted in the early 1900s and prompted the Missouri Department of Conservation to close the turkey-hunting season in 1938. MDC began wild turkey restoration efforts in the early 1950s by trapping wild turkey on Conservation Areas in southern Missouri and translocating them throughout the state  After reaching its peak in the 1980s, Missouri’s wild turkey population currently fluctuates largely in response to spring weather conditions, which influence reproduction and recruitment. Poor (wet and/or cold) weather conditions during the nesting and brood-rearing periods over the past several years have been a factor in reduced wild turkey numbers in parts of the state. Drier, warmer spring weather in the future will be critical to increasing Missouri’s wild turkey population. In the meantime, turkey hunting may be a bit more challenging in parts of the state than it has been in the past. Predation plays a natural role in the dynamics of wild turkey populations. Although a substantial number of turkey and turkey nests are lost to predation, wild turkey hens have large clutch sizes and the ability to re-nest if their initial nests are disturbed. In addition, wild turkey nest in areas of dense ground cover, which serves to protect their nests from potential predators. Although weather conditions during the nesting and brood-rearing periods often dictate the degree of predation’s impacts on turkey, providing nesting and brood-rearing cover can help wild turkey reproductive efforts. Fall turkey hunting  is very different from the spring hunt. During the fall, there is little or no gobbling activity, and gobblers are in small flocks while hens and young of the year are together in large turkey flocks. It is not unusual to find two to three hens together with all their young. The basic strategy for fall turkey hunting is to find and break up a flock, scattering them in all directions. Then locate yourself as near as possible to the spot where you broke up the flock and wait 15 minutes. Gobbler turkey can be called back by using clucks and coarse yelps. Hens and young birds can be called back using hen yelps and/or "kee-kee" run calls. Young turkey usually will return within an hour, while an old gobbler may take three to four hours. Hens and their young tend to vocalize a lot as they return. Old gobblers tend to return silently. Spring is the turkey mating season during which you’ll use the tom’s bravado and territorialism against him in trying to overcome the turkey incredible wariness. In the fall, a number of methods of turkey hunting are employed to locate and draw birds into range, though none can quite match the thrill of calling in brash turkey in the spring. In fall seasons in many states, both toms and hens are legal game. The combination of access to good turkey habitat, the unique hunting skills required to bring a turkey into shotgun or bow range spring or fall, and the experience of years of chasing long beards makes turkey hunting a natural pursuit in which to enlist the aid of a highly-rated outfitter. Top turkey hunting outfitters offer packages from basic food, lodging, and access all the way to full-guided hunts in which all you need to do is manage to stay calm and shoot straight. Highly-rated turkey hunting outfitters are usually turkey hunting fanatics themselves. They have to be if they are going to commit the time and resources to outfit turkey hunts in multiple states over the course of a spring season that runs for months if you follow it from south to north. In Florida, seasons will start in late February and you can hunt turkey until June in some northern tier states and southern Canadian provinces. There are turkey hunting outfitters offering their services just down the road from where you live as well as in exotic locations like Hawaii and Central America. Everywhere trustworthy, well-researched turkey hunting outfitters have a lot to offer both novice and veteran hunters. Experienced, well-connected outfitters offer access to land you could never otherwise hunt. They put in the time to scout the turkey before and during the season to an extent you probably couldn’t do on your own – especially in a distant location. They can teach you new techniques that you can apply when you hunt on your own. And, of course, they can introduce you to the excitement of turkey hunting if you’ve never done it before. But be warned, once your turkey outfitter puts you in spitting distance of a loud-mouthed long beard, you will catch the disease … and it will be terminal!

Missouri Hunting Outfitters and Guides Duck Goose Facts

Missouri duck population is estimated at 10.6 million this year. Missouri duck hunting that you'll want to know. Mallard duck are the most popular waterfowl species. Missouri is in the Mississippi Flyway – 'nuff said! We also liked the MDC comment about where the "best" waterfowl hunting is in Missouri. We quote: "A discussion of the best waterfowl hunting areas in the state could easily end up in a fistfight." Hunters consider the MDC's managed wetland areas the best bet for quality public hunting. The Missouri and Mississippi rivers offer excellent waterfowl hunting opportunities AT TIMES. There are three duck hunting zones in the state (north, middle and south). There are some minor restrictions for nonresident waterfowl hunters in the fact that they may not enter drawings for hunts at wetland areas managed by the MDC. However, they may hunt with resident hunters who participate in those drawings. And nonresidents can participate on an equal footing with residents for hunting slots allocated through daily drawings.One of the largest and most easily recognized duck common to Missouri. Male has an iridescent green head, rusty brown chest and gray body. Female is light brown all over. The teal is a very small, fast-flying duck. Both sexes have iridescent green bars on wings and yellowish tail stripes. Males have one white stripe up each shoulder and a dark reddish and green head. Females are mottled brown. Pintails are a dabbling duck. A medium-sized bird with a long, slender neck, gray bill and pointed tail. Male has a dark reddish head and white stripes from the base of the neck to the head. Wood duck are a very colorful, medium-sized duck with white patches on its face and a red bill. It’s easy to identify: The male has a large iridescent crest on its head and bright red eyes. Females sport duller colors with white eye patches. Known as “woody.” Male redhead duck are gray with a black chest and a red head. Female duck are brown all over. Both sexes have a bluish bill with a light strip across the bottom and a black tip.
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