Wilderness Whitetails News

Keeping you up to date on Wilderness Whitetails "Ultimate Whitetail Experience".

December is a Great Time to Hunt Wilderness Whitetails

Looking to give a Christmas gift that will last a lifetime? Why not bring that friend or loved one up to Wilderness Whitetails for a hunt they will never forget. December hunts at Wilderness Whitetails have always been some of our favorite hunts. The cooler weather has the bucks moving and we are seeing some monster bucks that up to this point, have stayed largely nocturnal. Hunters are enjoying our comfortable heated blinds and warming up at the lodge after an exciting day in the field. We still have some dates available for December and January. Please call us and confirm...
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Hunters having a great time at Wilderness Whitetails 2017!

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There is a lot happening at Wilderness Whitetails this week. Groups of Hunters are arriving daily and enjoying some of The Best Whitetail Hunting in North America . People ask us all the time, " What's it like to Hunt with Wilderness Whitetails? " From the moment guests arrive at our lodge, you'll be treated to first class accommodations. You'll be greeted by the Flees family and the guides/staff that organize your daily hunts and accommodations. Depending on the time you arrive, you may drop off your gear and head straight out to the stands for an afternoon hunt. You...
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Giants In the Woods Vol 3

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The bucks at Wilderness Whitetails are growing fast this time of year. Here are a couple of interesting facts about Whitetail antlers that you may not know. Whitetail deer antlers begin to grow in the early spring (usually  March or April). By late summer a whitetail's antlers are fully-grown. Whitetail deer antlers are one of the fastest growing tissues known to man. The growth of a deer's antlers usually starts to grow out of the deer's head toward the back of the deer and then changes direction and grows toward the front of the deer's head. Deer antlers have been...
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