What is North Americas #1 big game animal? WHITETAILS! And do we love our whitetails. The passion and drive to create the best whitetail habitat and manage our genetics is second to none. Every year we work to make the ranches better in both areas. From shed hunting in the spring to watching the bucks grow through the summer everything that leads up to hunting season drives us. In the White Creek ranch we manage through selective harvesting trying to achieve large frame whitetails scoring 180”+. This hunting area is heavily wooded giving you a true Adirondack feel. Our Whitetail Ridge ranch is our #1 whitetail hunting ground. Here you get the mountain as well as nice agricultural fields. This property is managed not only by harvesting and nutrition, but also the yearly addition of selective genetics. Our goal on this ranch is to harvest mature whitetails scoring well in the 200” range with a few 300”+ every year.
Pre-Rut: September 15th – October 20th
(Average Harvest Score 250″+)
Rut: October 20th – Thanksgiving
(Average Harvest Score 215″)
Post Rut: Thanksgiving – January 1st
(Average Harvest Score 180″)
White Creek forest
September: Trophy, 170″ minimum
October: Trophy, 160″ minimum
November: Pre-Thanksgiving Trophy, 160″ minimum
December: 150″ minimum
Trophies over 200″ additional $500. $250 goes to Guide, $250 goes to Ranch.
White Creek Forest
There is really nothing to compare elk hunting to. No matter if its your first time or your 100th, its always different and always exciting. The sounds of bulls bugling and coming into calls will make the hair on the back of your neck stand up, every dang time! Even our guides say that they get the same feelings and they’re around this stuff every day. On our ranch there is several areas where we like to call from to get good vantage points and be able to move depending on the action. Our land really lays itself perfect for our elk hunts. Whether you start on top of the ski slope and end up stalking through the parks, maybe they are up in the ledges and you’ll have to work all the way around to get access, or heck you might get woken up by a bugle coming from the old oaks while you are in our off-grid cabin. Our goal is to harvest mature bulls averaging 360+ with hopes of a couple breaking the 400” mark every season.
White Creek forest
Rut: September 1st – October 15th
(Average Harvest Score 360+”)
Post Rut: October 16th – Thanksgiving
(Average Harvest Score 300″)
Majestic Hills is where we hunt trophy fallow and two different sika deer. All of these species have been managed intensely for 15+ years. This stock originated from very famous bloodlines many years ago. There are fallow deer in four main colors—common, menil, melanistic, and white—as well as Dabowski Sika and Japenese Sika.
All trophy hunts come with a free doe to help manage the herd.
Trophy Fallow / Sika
Management Fallow / Sika
Bird hunting takes place on all three ranches within the property. You only pay for what we release–shoot more, good for you! Average 50/50 males and females. Dogs and guides are available at an additional cost. We also offer Bobwhite Quail, Chukar, and Hungarian Partridge upon request.
Tower shoots coming in 2021! Book now – limited dates! 10 spot minimum.
Applies to each bird 25 and over
Spring Turkey Hunts
Sunrise – 12 Noon
Choice of Afternoon Activity
Long Range Shooting
Ranch Work – Trust us, it’s fun!
"This variety of terrain lets the staff tailor your hunt to any style you like. The guides know the property, the game available is varied and plentiful, and the scenery is beautiful."