WISCONSIN WHITETAIL HUNTS
Hunt Wisconsin farmland whitetails with Billy Molls and his father, Joe. All hunts are conducted on the 1,500-acre Molls family farm. Ground blinds, tree stands, and good old-fashioned deer drives are the preferred hunt methods. Trophy bucks taken in the area range from 130”-180”. Wisconsin rifle season always begins the Saturday before Thanksgiving and runs for nine days. Space is limited to 3 hunters per season. All meals, lodging, in-field transportation, and trophy care provided. Not included: hunting license, shipment of trophies, and gratuities.
- 5 days of rifle/muzzleloader hunting -$3,600 with a $700 trophy fee on any buck shot. (Trophy fees are added to help ensure the harvest of mature animals.)
- 1 doe may be harvested if license allows.
- $200 additional fee if transportation to and from MSP airport is required.
- Additional days maybe purchased for $500 per day.