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Indiana Deer Hunting

Directory of 3 Indiana Deer hunting lodges, guides and outfitters in Indiana.

Backwoods Preserve
16900 4B Road, Plymouth, Indiana 46563
Phone: (574) 298-3831

Here at Backwoods Preserve, we start our Whitetail Deer hunts 1st of October through 1st of January. You may use Bow, Shotgun, Handgun, or Muzzle-loader at anytime within these dates. Free range hunts have to abide by season dates and license requirement for the state of Indiana. So, if you want a buck that bust brush, pick your season and book your hunting dates now!

Demshar Woods
3800 E. Ramp Creek Road, Bloomington, Indiana 47401
Main number: (312) 402-0630

Hunting guide, outfitter and lodging in Monroe county, Indiana. Private acreage with comfortable single occupancy hunting lodge for parties of 3 or less. Gourmet meals included with breakfast on the griddle and dinner slow cooked on the smoker. Game retrieval, dressing and storage in the large walk-in cooler

Kickapoo Farm & Kennel and Preserve
5479 East 200, North Attica, Indiana 47918
Preserve: (765) 762-6132, Cell: (317) 626-5447

Kickapoo Farms is located in western Indiana in the Historic Wabash Valley, Kickapoo Farms derives it name from the Big and Little Kickapoo creeks that join in the heart of the Farm and then shed into the nearby Wabash River. This geography provides the wildlife with some of the best and diverse habitat available in the state for any type of hunting, but most of all Trophy Deer. Kickapoo Farms has been grooming habitat for the past 20 years to help develop the natural genetics found in this area. These genetics provide the trophy deer hunter opportunities at very large symmetrical typical and large "narley" non-typical racks. Kickapoo maintains the philosophy of "Letting the Bucks Mature" to their premium antler bearing capabilities by providing the habitat and nutrition required and reducing the hunting pressure so they can develop into their prime.