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Old 02-09-2018, 08:17 AM
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Now accepting members for a 7,000-acre ranch in NW Kansas. Located near Saint Francis. Cheyenne County. Kansas Unit 1. Republican River runs through the ranch. Landscape is mix of pasture, row crops, and timber along the river. Primary crops are alfalfa, corn, wheat and milo. Excellent whitetail, mule deer and turkey hunting.

The same family has owned the farm since the 1930s and have never leased it for hunting until now. I have a 10-year lease that includes a furnished house on the farm. To keep it exclusive and high quality, I am limiting us to 3 mule deer-only members at $5,000 each, 3 whitetail-only members at $5,000 each, and 6 spring turkey-only memberships at $1500 each. Members share the furnished house, which is covered by dues.
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Old 02-09-2018, 08:27 AM
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GGO due you have any past harvest pics? I would like to see an ariel or two of the property if available.
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I have plenty of trail cam pics. No kill pics because there has not been a deer killed on the ranch. Last fall was the first season it has ever been leased. I hunted four days in early muzzleloader season and four days in late season. Saw 64 whitetail bucks on the first hunt including four 170-class and four 160-class bucks. Saw twice that number of mule deer. Did not get the one I wanted in smokepole range. Saw more than enough to be hooked on the farm. It is awesome!

It is easy to pass on these kind of bucks after seeing the studs that I saw in muzzleloader season.
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Let’s see pics of the big boys on cam...
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This is one of the better mule deer bucks that I saw. Fairly common to see 30+ mule deer a day in that area. I hope to draw a mule deer tag this year.
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I don’t know GGO well but from what I do know, he has excellent set ups and is a straight dealer.

Looks like an awesome place.

Good luck!!!
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