2014 Kansas Monster Buck Classic
It’s time once again for the third annual Kansas Monster Buck Classic, and this years show promises to be a great event. The show will be held in Topeka Kansas January 24-26 at the ExpoCentre. You need to try and make it to this years show if you love big deer. There will be a lot of great activities and great vendors and plenty of fun activities for the children. It should be a great show for all of those who love deer hunting.
Kansas Monster Buck Classic
Professional Hunter Appearances and Headliners
- Michael Hunsucker from the hit TV show Heartland Bowhunter that airs on The Outdoor Channel.
- Jessie Duff Recognized as one of the most accomplished competition shooters in the world.
- Matt Duff is a former Major League baseball player for the St. Louis Cardinals, and is an owner and co-host of Major League Bowhunter the hit TV show that airs on The Outdoor Channel. Matt and his wife Jessie Co-host Friends of the NRA on the Outdoor Channel.
- Theresa Vail Miss Kansas 2013
- Grant Woods World renowned whitetail biologist and Growing Deer Tv Host
- Dan Thurston from the Outdoor Channel hit tv show Drury’s Bow Madness that airs on Thursday nights.
- Zac Cooper “Little Man Big Dreams”
- Torry Cook World Champion Predator caller and speaker
- Steven Fuller Host of “The Huntin Grounds”
- Marian Kincaid of the TV series “Mudcats”
Friday: 3 PM – 9 PM Saturday: 9 AM – 7 PM Sunday: 10 AM – 4 PM
Event Admission: Paid admission good for the entire weekend so attendees can come and go as they please! Every paid general admission will receive a wristband that must stay attached to arm to be good for all weekend. Buy your tickets at the box office when you arrive at the ExpoCentre.
Children 8 and under: Free 14 and over: $12.00 Youth (9 – 13): $8.00
Active and Veteran Military: $8.00 – Active or Veteran Military ID required at time of admission.
Group/Corporate Ticket Pricing available. For group sales contact Brian Smith at 479-409-6252 or firstname.lastname@example.org
There will be many different great attractions and a fan favorite is the Monster Buck Contest. There are sure to be some huge Kansas bucks brought in again this year. Can anyone dethrone the current kings? It will sure be fun to see.
Monster Buck Classic main event will happen at 2PM on Sunday.
Friday: 3 PM – 9 PM Saturday: 9 AM – 7 PM Sunday: 10AM-Noon
- The Antler Collector The world’s largest free range shed collection
- Tim Wright and the Pellet Range
- The Monster Buck Classic tattoo parlor
- Kansas Department of Wildlife Parks & Tourism Laser Shot
- Russel Whiles Paintball Target (small cost to play)
- Red Neck blind a day giveaway
- and many others
As you can see it is going to be a great show so come on out and bring the family and friends and help us make this years show better than ever. We hope to see you there.
For more information please visit the official website for the Kansas Monster Buck Classic.
Well this whitetail season has been a good one for me here in Kansas, even though I haven’t been able to get that big buck on the ground with my bow. I have seen as many as sixteen different nice racked bucks but I have only seen one really nice buck that I would have shot given the chance.
I have filmed several young but promising bucks at very close range but the one big boy I saw was locked down with a doe about one hundred yards across a field and just would not leave the doe he was with to come to the many different calls I used to try and lure him into bow range. Having a very busy work schedule during the rut didn’t help me at all and the the moon phase during the rut seemed to really have the big boys moving at night and has made for a tough deer season. I had three bucks on my hit list as of early October, but since that time I have not gotten any trail camera pictures of any of those three shooters on my hit list. I hope they make it through the season if I’m not able to get one on the ground by the end of the Kansas whitetail season.
I was able to film myself shooting a big Kansas doe with my bow on Thanksgiving morning, my freezer was empty and I needed to get some meat to help feed my family. She was a big beautiful doe with a very light tan coat and white patches on all of her feet. I have many trail camera pictures of her and had told myself if given the chance I would take her.
Not having a single shooter on my trail cameras since early October has been very puzzling to me and frustrating but I have continued to hunt hard in hopes of catching a big buck cruising looking for does on the 120 acre tract that I hunt here in northeast Kansas. Now that the rut is pretty much winding down and we are having some really cold weather I am focusing on late season food sources. As I write this it is about 17 degrees and snowing, the deer really need carbohydrates to stay warm so I will be hunting somewhere close to corn. If you have late season food sources this time of year it can be a huge advantage to set up near those food sources.
How has your deer hunting been? Have you gotten any whitetails this year? Even though I haven’t been able to take a big buck, I consider this whitetail season to be a success. Just being able to see so many bucks at such close range and be able to film them and to take a big Kansas doe has made it a fun year, anytime I spend in the woods away from the rat race is time well spent. Just to see the sun come up on a cold crisp November morning is a blessing, and one that I will always love.
Send us those pictures of your whitetail season and share your success stories with us, we’d love to hear them. Thanks for stopping by and an early Merry Christmas everyone.
Bow Season Opening Day
Well it’s about three weeks until the whitetail bow season opening day here in Kansas and today I went to check one of my trail cameras and put up a stand. I had put out some Big Tine Fortified Deer Blend about a week ago in this honey hole which is one of my favorite bow hunting spots, and couldn’t wait to see what kind of pictures I had gotten. Because when I first put this camera out as I was riding my four wheeler down the edge of the cornfield coming out I saw a huge buck that I was almost certain was a buck we had named “Tall Tine” and I hadn’t seen him since last October 10th, when he disappeared. I was afraid he had caught EHD and died, but sure as the world when I checked my sd card he was back bigger and better than ever, and I got a ton of pictures of many other bucks as well and one really nice non-typical freak nasty buck with three main beams and about 13 to 15 points.
So now I am really pumped up and ready to get after the big boys and bow season opening day can’t get here soon enough.
How about you have you got your stands up and cameras out? How about food plots? If you planted food plots how are they looking? We have had some decent rain here in the mid-west and it is a lot cooler this year than it was last year at this time. Plus last season was terrible with EHD in Kansas and other states but hopefully the cooler weather and rain will help keep that stuff away this year. I was really worried about there being any big bucks this year because I was afraid EHD had just about wiped them off them out, but it looks like this is going to be a great season, fingers crossed.
I have been practicing with my bow daily, and the Mathews Z7 is shooting so sweet and ready to go! We owe it to the deer to make sure we are able to make good clean shots and practice in all types of conditions so we can be confident when it comes time to take a shot. So lets get out there and practice.
Have a great up-coming deer season everyone.