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2-Day Free-Range Pheasant Hunt near Garden City, Kansas


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Get ready to experience a remarkable pheasant hunt in near Garden City in southwest Kansas.

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2-Day Free-Range Pheasant Hunt near Garden City, Kansas

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Duration: Two days (Click for a detailed itinerary)

Location: Garden City, Kansas

Number of people: One

Price per person: $650

Hunting for: Pheasant

Property type: Free range

Acres: 2500

Shot opportunity: 100%

Success rate: 100%

Guiding: Fully guided

Lodging provided: For added fee

Meals provided: Breakfast, lunch and snacks

Weapons provided: Rentals available – Binelli 12 and 20 gauge shotguns.

Ammo provided: None

Deposit required to hold date: 50%

What's Included

• Field dressing
• Meat processing
• Taxidermy transportation
• On-site transportation
• Airport transfer

Custom Options Available

• Add an Observer: $575
• Add Lodging: $150
• Quail or Chukar options: $550 for either species


Your day will begin when the guide will pick you 15 minutes before sunrise. You will then be transported to the hunting location and you will spend your morning hunting a variety of different spots on the land. Lunch will be there for you at 11:30. After lunch you will continue hunting until 3 where then you will be transported back to the lodge.


This is a fully guided pheasant hunting experience where your guide will be walking in the field with you. The guide will also provide hunting dogs in order to ensure a successful hunt.

How it Works

Simply purchase your voucher by adding it to your cart and checking out using our secure online payments system. You'll immediately receive a voucher for your trip with contact info for the guide. If you can't contact the guide or secure dates for your trip within seven days, you'll be issued a full refund for the price of the voucher.

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