Bowhunting Western KY

Bowhunting Western KY

Address

Bowhunting Western KY
104 Houser Road
Paducah, KY 42025
United States

We are located in Marion, Kentucky. We have several private farms that we hunt exclusively. Our guides are clean cut, personable, and are bow hunters themselves. They will work with you and try their best to put you on the buck of your dreams.

Trophy whitetail deer & turkey hunting guides, outfitter, and lodge in western Kentucky. Rifle, bow hunting, archery, muzzle loader KY deer hunts and KY turkey hunts in Crittenden County. A full-service Kentucky hunting outfitter !!!

We offer you several thousand acres of private Kentucky hunting land that we hunt exclusively. To ensure you a great hunt, we manage our hunting areas to produce trophy whitetails and we know our land well. With more than 150 deer stands up at any time, you can be certain that we can offer you the type of KY deer hunting worth your time and money.

We do encourage you to arrive the day before your hunt so we can introduce you to your lodging, have your evening meal, and if time permits do some scouting for the start of the next morning’s hunt. We would like to serve you breakfast and have you in a prime area by the start of your first hunting day. Depending on where we are hunting and also your preference, we will have a packed lunch in the field, or return to the main lodge for lunch. After the evening hunt you will return for a home cooked meal.

Contact
Telephone: 
(270) 527-8275, (270) 210-7300

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