While at the Deer Steward course in Branson, Missouri I met a fellow member of the Wired To Hunt Nation named Steve Mott. Come to find out he’s not only a whitetail freak like me, but also a land specialist for one of my favorite organizations, Whitetail Properties. As things often go with my conversations, we began talking about big bucks and where they live and before you know it Steve was showing me aerial maps and pictures of various properties! One such property he mentioned was this 683 acre piece in Benton County, MO and boy oh boy, does it look like a gem! That being said, I just had to share it with the Wired To Hunt Nation. If you think monster bucks are only shot in Iowa, Illinois and Kansas you are really missing out. Missouri truly deserves a place right up there with the best of them.

“This is an incredible hunting farm with the ability to produce giant whitetails year after year. Located at the end of a well maintained easement, this secluded 683 acres has been set up with the whitetail manager and turkey hunter in mind. The farm has been managed by a trophy deer hunter that only allows electric vehicles to access the property and limits intrusion by setting all foodplots and internal roads to hunt the dominant wind directions. Several Boone and Crockett caliber bucks have been put on the “Off Limits” list and have been passed on to allow for breeding and superior herd genetics. This is a complete turn key hunting property with great living quarters and metal building that is set up with the trophy hunter and farm manager in mind. This is truly a big buck paradise!”

– 683 acres with modular home

– 60’x100’ Metal Building, Complete with 3 large bay doors, concrete floor, full bathroom, cedar closet. Built with the whitetail hunter and farm manager in mind.

– 95 acres tillable currently in foodplots

– 588 acres big timber and brush

– 2 creeks, pond and 7 waterholes

– Managed exclusively for giant whitetails the last 9 years

– Property has been featured on Realtree Roadtrips and Hunter Specialties television shows

For more information, aerials and pictures visit the official Whitetail Properties listing. And be sure to hit up Steve if you have any questions. As with everyone I’ve met from Whitetail Properties, he’s a real good guy and incredibly knowledgeable.