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PREMIER HUNTING

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CEO is located in Southwest Kansas, home to some of Kansas’ most prolific whitetail and mule deer hunting.

Located in Ford, Edwards and Kiowa counties, CEO is a working, 10,000 acre cattle ranch.  Bordered 360° by thousands of acres of natural food sources (wheat, corn, alfalfa, milo, beans, etc.), whitetail and mule deer feeding on these food sources by night withdraw to the quiet, spacious comfort of CEO by day.

Most importantly, when the Kansas hunting season begins, and folks pile in from all over the country to chase Booners, over-pressured deer feeding on these surrounding food sources seek refuge within the confines of the undisturbed and peaceful CEO habitat.

With miles of access to the Arkansas Riverbed, CEO hunters will find themselves strategically placed to capitalize on the dozens of whitetail bedding in the riverbed’s thick brush and shade, moving only to feed on the surrounding farms.

Mule deer hunters will find the best mule deer habitat in Kansas.  (We do, after all, hold a Kansas record:  202 2/8 typical muley).  With only  two  mule deer hunts offered per year, our mule deer hunters have unfettered access to 10,000 acres.

At the end of the day, know this:

A paid-for hunt should offer every conceivable opportunity to harvest a Kansas brute.  As such, CEO is about quality hunts — not the quantity of hunts.


CEO is is the ambition of John G.  Currently on active duty as a Navy Special Operations officer, JG is establishing CEO to pursue and share is true passion — hunting strategy.

Contact JG if you’d like to chat about CEO and what opportunities await as a potential client.

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Statistically Speaking

Numbers Speak Louder Than Words

CEO is located in Unit 17.  To illustrate Unit 17’s immense popularity, here are some statistics worth considering.

Why?  Well, if you’re “on the fence” as to whether or not you should book a hunt with CEO … consider the following numbers … then consider the value of premier, undisturbed whitetail and mule deer habitat … with only 10 hunts per year.

In 2016, there were 562 available Unit 17 non-resident whitetail either-sex tags.

From 01-30 April, 609 hunters applied – 8% more hunters than available tags.

108%

2016 NR Whitetail Applicants

In 2016, there were 50 available Unit 17 non-resident mule deer stamps.

From 01-30 April, 142 hunters applied – 284% more hunters than available tags!

284%

2016 NR Muley Applicants

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In 2016, there were 202 available non-resident mule deer stamps – statewide.

Of those, *50* were allocated to Unit 17 – nearly 25%!

24.75%

Unit 17 Muley Draw Odds

In 2016, there were 1,425 available resident West Zone either species/sex tags.

From 01-30 April, 1,849 resident hunters applied – 29.75% more hunters than available tags!

129.75%

2016 West Zone Applicants

In 2016, there were 562 available Unit 17 non-resident whitetail either-sex tags.

From 01-30 April, 609 hunters applied – 8% more hunters than available tags.

108%

2016 NR Whitetail Applicants

10,000

284%

2016 NR Muley Applicants

In 2016, there were 50 available Unit 17 non-resident mule deer stamps.

From 01-30 April, 142 hunters applied – 284% more hunters than available tags!

Undisturbed

In 2016, there were 202 available non-resident mule deer stamps – statewide.

Of those, *50* were allocated to Unit 17 – nearly 25%!

24.75%

Unit 17 Muley Draw Odds

Acres

129.75%

2016 West Zone Applicants

In 2016, there were 1,425 available resident West Zone either species/sex tags.

From 01-30 April, 1,849 resident hunters applied – 29.75% more hunters than available tags!