Wichita area pheasant hunting...

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  1. olepal

    olepal Elite Refuge Member

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    I get to Wichita several times a year. Pheasant hunting is a bucket list thing for me and at 69 years old, time may be running out.
    I am up here this week, can't hunt this week, but would like to get in contact with someone, or a guide, etc., that could make it happen in the near future.
    Your thoughts please.

    olepal
     
  2. nick b

    nick b Senior Refuge Member

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    Olepal, my brother in law has had excellent experiences at Upland Inn Hunts. His company goes yearly. You might give them a call and see if you can get in as a single gun. I don't think it's cheap, but if it's a bucket list kind of deal, it's probably worth spending the money. http://www.uplandinnhunts.com/
     
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  3. gadwall52

    gadwall52 Elite Refuge Member

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    Come to dodge and I'll take you out.
     
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    stevena198301 Elite Refuge Member

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    Place west of there on 54 in Kingman. Preserve mess, but the guy was nice. Lots of public within an hour or so.
     
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    gadwall52 Elite Refuge Member

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    Spent three years in Wichita not exactly a hot area for pheasants. Two hours north or west will get you into birds. If your by yourself you'll need a dog.
     
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  6. duckhuntingUSA

    duckhuntingUSA Elite Refuge Member

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    Bucket list hunt, about 75 miles east of Wichita is a place called Flint Oaks. Highly recommend it. Not real hunting IMO. But fun. I’d youve never done a European Hunt it’s a good place. Again not hunting. European hunts are not at all hunting. Feels unethical, but huge fun. IMO.
    If you do a field hunt there don’t be distracted by the quail running at your feet. Wait for the pheasants. And if they offer you a Bennili with an extended mag for the European hunt, take it, you’ll appreciate the couple extra shots. IMO.
     
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