Deer Hunting Kentucky

Have you ever wanted to go hunting Kentucky?

Hunting Kentucky

Hunting Kentucky provides many great opportunities for trophy bucks.

Hunting Kentucky

If you like deer hunting like me Kentucky is is quickly moving up on the list of places that I would definitely like to go deer hunting.

deer hunting in Kentucky.

There are some great public deer hunting opportunities in Kentucky.

It seems like every year I hear more and more great things about Kentucky.

One of my favorite blogs is Outdoor Life’s Big Buckzone. Travis Faulkner has a lot of great stories and articles on there, and he is from Kentucky, and he definitely knows what he’s doing when it comes to hunting big mature whitetail bucks in Kentucky. And he seems like such a great down to earth good ole southern man. So be sure to go to my blog roll and check out the Big Buckzone.

There are many different public deer hunting opportunities in Kentucky. A great place to research all the different ones and see which one you would be interested in is the internet. I have been wanting to hunt the Land between the Lakes public hunting area. With 107,594 acres of prime habitat, and 300 miles of undeveloped shoreline, and abundant whitetail deer, it sounds like a great place to take a trophy buck. They offer quota hunts for firearms and archery and crossbow hunts. If you are interested in a Public hunt in Kentucky be sure to check out the above link and I think it will be very helpful to you.

I also found a video of a huge buck harvested in Kentucky that you will enjoy. Check out this huge buck harvested by an Amish man while hunting on the ground. It is a unbelievable buck that is probably the second or third largest non-typical buck ever harvested in Kentucky.

I am currently trying to get transferred to Kentucky with my job and after reading this article I think you will understand why.

 

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