1000 ACRE WHITETAIL PRESERVE LOCATED IN CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA 160 INCH TROPHY BUCK ONLY $3700
This preserve has over 1,000 acres of prime whitetail habitat under high fence in the mountains near Dubois, Pennsylvania. Hunters typically arrive by noon, in time for an evening hunt that day. Overnight and hunt the next 2 days and hunt the last morning if necessary for 3 full days of hunting. All meals are included, along with a big supper after everyone comes in from the days hunt. Meals are typically prepared by their chef with the exception of the morning’s cold breakfast.
Prices are extremely reasonable and include lodging, meals and guide service. Trophy bucks grossing 160 inches are $3,700 plus $60 per inch if over 160. 170 inches is $4,200 plus $60 per inch up to 179, 180 inches $5,150 plus $85 per inch over, 190 inches $6000 plus $85 over and 200 inches $6,850 plus $100 per inch over.
The property typically has over 100 does so hunters can experience rut activity. Accommodations is a real nice lodge that offers private rooms with private baths and also a larger bunkroom with 2 baths, large kitchen and dining area. Hunting methods include treestands, blinds and spot and stalk. Season runs from September to December. State requirements are all animals killed must stay on site for 30 days while being checked for cwd even though there has never been a case on this property.
Pheasants can be added to a whitetail hunt. Hunt WDP591.