WELCOME TO NORTH BRIDGE OUTDOOR
ADVENTURES - Kansas Hunting at it's Finest!
We are located in Kiowa County, just 7.5 miles
north of Greensburg, Kansas on Highway 183. We currently offer
fully guided or semi-guided hunts for deer (both whitetail and
mule), pheasant, quail, dove, and prairie dogs. Also, we are
currently in the process of incorporating waterfowl and predator
hunts and hope to make these available to you by mid 2010.
hunting through NorthBridge, you will have access to hunt
thousands of acres of private property, which include: large crop
fields, CRP grass, shelterbelts, thickets, creek bottoms, ponds,
and small food plots.
Take advantage of sight seeing the famous
and newly rebuilt town of Greensburg which is only 8 miles away or
visit the cowboy capital of Dodge City, about 50 miles away.
Greensburg has new restaurants and a new motel for you to stay in
or you can stay in the nearby towns of Kinsley or Dodge City.
Southwest Kansas is known for producing monster whitetail
bucks and keeping a healthy population of ring-necked pheasants,
and keeps amateur, average, and experienced hunters coming back
With that being said, we want to offer you a first hand
experience of hunting in Kansas. So pack your gear and come
experience the wild outdoors with NorthBridge Outdoor Adventures!
KANSAS DEER HUNTING
Our Kansas deer hunting takes place in Units 16
and 17, providing you with an ample opportunity to draw your deer
permit. Kansas has changed their permit drawing system in recent
years giving non-resident hunters VERY high success rates in
drawing their tag. We can’t guarantee that you will draw, but if
you are not successful in drawing your deer permit we will give
you your 50% deposit back. Units 16 and 17 are well known for
producing large Kansas bucks both in antler size and body weight.
It is not uncommon to harvest a deer in the 250 to 300 pound range
and score 140 or more. Units 16 and 17 hold many trophy deer in
the Kansas record books, including the #1 Kansas Typical Mule Deer
on record. A local man from Greensburg harvested this 202 and
2/8” giant buck in Kiowa County. This area of Kansas is also
known for producing monster non-typical whitetails that have
scored well above 200 inches due to genetics, habitat, and low
All of our deer hunts are 5 days long. We offer
fully guided or semi-guided muzzleloader, bow, and rifle hunting
for deer. A fully guided hunt means that your guide will pick you
up in the morning, discuss the strategy for the days hunt, and go
with you on your hunt, track, skin, gut, and help you transport
your deer back to our facilities. A semi-guided hunt includes
everything that a fully guided hunt does except you will hunt
without a guide. We offer a $300 discount to kids who deer hunt
under the age of 18. *All kids under 18 must be accompanied by
an adult, whether it is guided or semi-guided. This means a
parent or guardian must accompany their kid on a semi-guided hunt.
We want to stress that this is YOUR hunt and we are there to help
you have a successful hunt. Because this is your hunt, you have
the option of helping us with the cleaning and tracking etc., or
you can just relax and let us do the work.
Keep in mind that all of our deer hunts are fair chase.
We do not have high fences so we can’t guarantee that you will
kill a deer, but we work hard to make sure that you are in the
best place to do so!
Muzzleloader season has not been set by the
Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks yet, but typically runs
September 20 or 21st through October 3rd or 4th.
Weather in late September and early October can be hard to predict
in Kansas, so pack accordingly as temperatures and precipitation
forecasts can change daily. Your safety and comfort is important
to us, so if you have any questions about what to bring feel free
to ask your guide. Archery season opens the same day as
Muzzleloader season, but runs through December 31st.
Kansas now allows archery hunters to hunt during firearms season,
therefore all archery hunters during firearms season must wear 100
square inches of orange on the front and back, and they must also
wear a blaze orange hat. Kansas’s archery hunting can be very
exciting as it is open during “the rut”. Deer tend to be more
aggressive during the rut, and are therefore more susceptible to
calling, rattling, and deer scent. During this time of year, it is
not uncommon to see large bucks chasing does in the middle of the
day, out in the open, or right by your tree stand. Generally after
Thanksgiving, many bucks are finished breeding and spend much of
the day eating and sleeping. However, there are some bucks that
are still chasing their women and will not leave their side. This
“post rut” tends to take place during firearms season.
Firearms season generally starts the 1st or 2nd
of December and runs through the 12th or 13th.
Just because the peak rut is over doesn’t mean there still
aren’t big bucks around.
Hunters are expected to bring their own
firearms or bows, ammunition, arrows, and necessary clothing for
the hunt. You may bring calls, rattling antlers, tree stands,
ground blinds etc. if you so choose, but you do not have to
because you are responsible for getting them here and transporting
them back with you. We will have blinds and stands in place for
you when you get here. Feel free to make suggestions on where you
might like us to move a stand or blind to make your hunt more
successful. Arrangements can be made to pick you up at the closest
airport if you do not have alternate transportation, but we ask
that you please notify us ahead of time. We can help you make
arrangements to transport your deer to a taxidermist or to a local
butcher as well. Deer hunters who fill their tag before their 5
days are up are more than welcome to go hunting for a different
species of game such as pheasants or waterfowl if they are in
season. If a hunter chooses to do so, we ask that he/she notify us
so we can make the necessary arrangements. Their fee for that hunt
will then be due before they leave camp.
Prices for Deer Hunts (does
not include meals or lodging)
Firearms (both muzzleloader and rifle) 5
day hunt: $3,000 guided or $2,500 semi-guided
Archery 5 day hunt: $2,750 guided or $2,250
Discount: Kids under 18 years of age hunt
for $300 less than the prices mentioned above
A 50% deposit is required to book and hold
a date. The remaining balance is due 2 weeks prior to the
first day of the hunt. If you do not draw a deer tag we will
refund your 50% deposit to you.
**For information on applying for a deer permit
go to http://www.kdwp.state.ks.us/news/License-Permits.
Currently we do not offer lodging, but we hope to very soon so
please check with us. If we offer lodging just add $250 to the
KANSAS PHEASANT/QUAIL HUNTING
Here at NorthBridge Outdoor Advenutes, we offer excellent
opportunities for you to bag a ring neck pheasant or bobwhite
quail. We have large crop fields and CRP grasslands here in Kansas
large groups of hunters, and many acres of CRP grass on the
corners of crop circles for smaller groups.
We have a good
population of wild birds due to good wildlife habitat and low
Our hunts are fair chase so we can’t guarantee
you will kill a bird, and we do not release pen-raised birds. We
believe this adds a little bit of a challenge to the hunt and
makes it more gratifying when you shoot a bird, and that is why we
call it “hunting” and not “killing”.
We offer fully guided
or semi-guided bird hunts. A guided hunt means we will take from
field to field, walk with you to help carry birds, and offer
advice. A semi-guided hunt means that we will give you the option
of taking a map and going out on your own if you have your own
transportation, or we can transport you from field to field if you
do not have a vehicle. You also have the option of letting us
clean your birds for a small price (listed below) or doing it
yourself. Currently we do not have hunting dogs, but we are in the
process of getting a hunting dog and trying to get him/her ready
ASAP. However, you may bring your own hunting dog if you wish and
we will have kennels for them to stay in over-night if need be.
You are responsible for getting your own dog food. We want to
encourage hunters to hunt as much as they can throughout the day
and have a good time, but we want you to know your physical
limitations and be safe as well. This means keep yourself hydrated
as well as your dogs, and feel free to take breaks or grab a bite
We also want you to be safe and follow the law by wearing
blaze orange. We follow all Kansas Department of Wildlife rules,
regulations, and limits. The limit of pheasants is 4 per person
per day and quail is 8 per person per day. These limits change to
2 pheasants and 4 quail per day during Youth season. Pheasant and
quail season runs from November 14 through January 31st,
and Youth season is November 7th and 8th.
Prices for Kansas Pheasant/Quail Hunts
(All prices are per day and per gun)
*All hunting licenses can be purchased over the
counter. For more information on rules, regulations, seasons, and
limits go to www.kdwp.state.ks.us.
Currently we are in the process of trying to
add waterfowl and predator hunts to our business if
there is an expressed interest from hunters we may begin offering
these hunts on a regular basis. If you think you might be
interested in hunting either of these species, please contact
us and we will do our best to make it happen.
of our guides is an avid waterfowl hunter with more than enough
experience to help you have a successful waterfowl hunt. We also
have very large numbers of ducks and geese that migrate through
the Central Flyway and stop here in Kansas at lakes and refuges
such as Cheyenne Bottoms, which is only about an hour and 15
minutes away. NorthBridge has access to corn and bean circles for
feeding ducks and geese. Some of these circles have flooded marsh
areas that offer great duck hunting in the fall. Kansas has an
early teal season in September, and 3 different zones during
regular season for ducks, which all have different starting and
ending dates. Goose season typically opens at the end of October
and ends in the middle of February. Peak migration for ducks is
generally in late November and early December, while peak
migration for geese is usually in late December and all of
Kansas is home to a large number of coyotes and
some bobcats. These animals can be called in with a mouth call or
by an electronic box with a speaker. Coyotes are more aggressive
to calls and decoys than bobcats, but can still be quite a
challenge to kill. Much like a dog, they have an excellent sense
of smell and can wind you from a long ways away. Predator hunting
can be both exciting and rewarding. If you would like more
information on hunting these species and acquiring the proper
licenses to do so, feel free to contact us.
NorthBridge Outdoor Adventures, LLC wants you to experience
a "Kansas hunt" that you will never forget! Our hunts are on a first come
first serve basis, so we stress booking as soon as possible. The
earlier you book your hunt, the better prepared we will be in
making sure your hunt is successful. We require that all hunters
fill out the forms listed below before hunting, to ensure we are
not liable for any accidents or injuries that may occur while you
are with us. The Landowner waiver, and Waiver Release Agreement
may be read and signed upon arrival. All other forms including the
application form, payment agreement, emergency medical form, and
minor release form (for those that apply) may be printed and
mailed to our location. Thank you for your business and we look
forward to hunting with you!
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