Buffalo County Trophy Whitetail Hunts

Hunter with harvested buck.If your looking to harvest a trophy whitetail ranging from 130 to 200+ inches you’ve come to the right place. Here at Buffalo County Outfitters we are as fanatical as any outfitter about putting you on giant whitetail deer!

To better increase out quality bucks, Buffalo County Outfitters has elected to enforce a 130 inch antler restriction.  Starting in 2015, there will be a $500 penalty assessed for shooting a buck under this minimum.

We punch a clock nowhere except on the thousands of acres we manage each and every day. Our strictly managed whitetail properties have been under QDM for many years and are some of the best Buffalo County has to offer. We are constantly working on our farms year round hanging treestands, planting food plots and even creating man made water holes.

We have over 130 pre-set Lonewolf treestands hung, marked, and ready for your dream hunting trip. We also have two dozen Muddy Outdoor ladder stands in our inventory.

What to expect:

Before your hunt begins we always kick things off with an informative pre-hunt meeting. This allows my staff and I to set clear expectations and answer all of your questions or concerns about the hunt before you set foot in the woods. We do ask all of our clients not to harvest any 2 ½ year old bucks to ensure our young up and comers mature and reach their full potential.

During your time with us we are highly conscious about hunting specific stands under certain circumstances. To ensure you are hunting in the most desirable location we select your stand placement each and every day. Time of year, food sources, weather patterns, wind direction and recent sightings are the major factors we use to make our decision. We’ll even provide you with in-depth information (past encounters, deer movement, etc.) about your stand location to ensure you are most ready when the time comes to harvest that trophy animal.

Prior to leaving the lodge every morning, you will be shown an aerial map of the ground you’ll be hunting. Well before sunrise, one of our licensed guides will take you to the property and get you started in the right direction. The trail in is clearly marked with reflective 3M tape as well as bright orange survey tape for daylight hours. Once on stand, a typical day could range from six to twenty encounters and it’s not uncommon to see as many bucks as does by the end of the hunt.

If you’re fortunate enough to harvest a trophy, you and our guide staff will track, retrieve, field dress, photograph and deliver your animal to a local processor for caping and freezer preparation if you choose.  We can also recommend some local taxidermists that do amazing work if you decide to have your trophy mounted locally.

From the moment you arrive, you’ll see tremendous effort from myself and my entire staff to make your hunt memorable and successful. Join us this fall and experience a first class operation in the best corner of the country to kill a giant whitetail. We look forward to providing you with an exceptional hunt, a five-star lodging atmosphere and hopefully a big smile over that buck that just stepped from the brushy draw and onto your living room wall!!!

Whitetail Hunting Packages & Pricing

Check-out our pricing page to get started on booking your next whitetail adventure in Buffalo County, Wisconsin.