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Western Oklahoma Trophy Whitetail Hunts !!!

We have over 12,000 acres of incredible hunting properties in Western Oklahoma and the Oklahoma Panhandle. Western Oklahoma is a up and coming sleeper spot for trophy whitetails!

With excellent scenery ranging from semi Dessert terrain blended with wheat fields, mesas, big draws, canyons and river property with tamarack thickets. We have it all. Not to mention great whitetail hunting. We have a 130" minimum and typically see whitetails in the 140 to 160 range.

Some of our panhandle properties offer spot and stalk situations and these properties hole good numbers of mule deer. In Oklahoma you can use your tag for either species.

Oklahoma's Gun season falls right during the rut in the third week of November.

We have 5 spots left open for the first week of gun season, and 3 for the second week.

$2500 meals and lodging included

Tags are OTC and run about $200

***ASK ABOUT OUR KANSAS HUNTS ALSO!!!

Jeff
Tines and Spurs Outfitters

620-515-4519
tinesandspurs@yahoo.com
WWW.TINESANDSPURSOUTFITTERS.COM

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Sounds like a good price to

Sounds like a good price to me. I'm booked in Texas again this year or I would definitely check it out more. I hunted Oklahoma once for free but did not have that much private land to hunt on. If it is managed well and access is limited it should be great. I think a lot of poaching went on where I hunted because even as it was getting dark the deer would run back out of the fields at any distance they could see your truck from.

But again that price is a good one for a trophy whitetail hunt.

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We are out in the Panhandle

We are out in the Panhandle and Northwestern part of the Oklahoma where we dont have the problems like they do in the Eastern part of the State. Where did you hunt at? Poaching is pretty bad back on the Eastern side of the state in some areas. Especially where there are county roads every section. I have a couple friends who are game wardens in NE Oklahoma and road hunting is bad in rural areas. Look us up next year.

 

Thanks,

Jeff

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It's been about 9 years ago

It's been about 9 years ago but it was in the northwest, I think we were outside Woodward.

We hunted muzzle loader season around a lot of small farms with barely sprouting wheat fields. If I remember right we only saw about 10 deer in 4 days of hunting. Lots of big turkeys though but just like the deer they would clear out of a field quick if a vehicle approached.

 

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that stinks! Sounds like you

that stinks! Sounds like you had some serious pressure on the properties. Bigger properties are the way to go anywhere if you can find them! Good luck in Texas!

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