- Over 70,000 Acres scattered across Central Ky, Southern Ohio, Southern Indiana, and Florida
- Kentucky is home of the 6th biggest typical buck in the world
- Ohio is home to the 2nd biggest non-typical buck in the world which gross scored over 328"
- Indiana is home to the 5th biggest non-typical in the world and this buck is the 2nd biggest ever taken by a hunter gross scoring over 305"
- We hunt Adams, Brown, and Highland Counties in Ohio
- We hunt Harrison, Jennings, and Washington Counties in Indiana
- We hunt Shelby, Pulaski, Casey, Henry, Woodford, Jessamine, Garrad, Fayette, Nelson, Meade, Oldham, Grayson, Hardin, Breckinridge, Lewis, and Anderson Counties in Kentucky
- We hunt Volusia County in Florida, which is the #1 County for Osceola Turkey's
- We hunt the #1 Booner Counties in Ohio and Kentucky
- The Ky state record non-typical was taken less than 10 miles from our main lodge
- We have over 20 miles of Kentucky and Ohio River frontage
- We have properties that have been under our strict and intense management programs for over 15 years and these properties are mega-buck Meccas
- Huge hollers, thickets, big woods and very low pressure allow our bucks to reach maturity high protein food sources that far exceed the 17% protein intake needed for the whitetail and cool-season food sources making for a year around food plot program allow our bucks to reach there maximum genetic potential
- Whitetail Seduction Trophy Deer Minerals on all of our properties ensure our bucks are receiving all the vitamins and minerals they need
“Whitetail Heaven is the place waiting for you to soon call home and to come experience some of the best deer hunting in the world!”
This picture is a picture taken from Google earth of the old Ohio River Bed. Rumor has it long long ago a glacier dammed up the Ohio River causing the River to change direction leaving the Old River Bed as one of the most fertile crop ground areas in the world and home to some of the biggest bucks in the world. We have thousands of acres of hunting land that cover the old river bed and the big woods surrounding the now fertile crops.