All RHR whitetail hunts will have a strong educational component to it, designed to deepen your understanding of seasonal whitetail behavior, scouting and habitat/agriculture evaluation, set-ups and stand placement, calling and decoying strategies, and much more!
Roe Hunting Resources offers the following whitetail hunting opportunities:
Centered along, and around, the North Fork of the Solomon River in Norton, Phillips, Rooks, and Graham Counties, RHR's whitetail hunts are a cooperative effort between Chris, and several landowners who wish to make their properties available to those who seek a high-quality hunt experience, with an opportunity to take a truly memorable animal. From treestands, to ground-blinds, to incredible spot-and-stalk opportunities, RHR's whitetail hunts provide hunters a variety of experiences, and opportunities, to hunt trophy whitetails however they wish – and learn more about them, as well! By being carefully managed, and not over-hunted, RHR's properties are highly productive all season long - not just the first week of November, or just the first day of rifle season! While hunters are encouraged to shoot mature animals, they are free to take any animal that fulfills their hunt expectations; Quality Deer Management practices are highly encouraged, but there are no penalties for harvesting younger animals – nor are there any "trophy fees" for shooting large-racked bucks. Your hunt fee covers whatever animal you wish to take home with you. While Chris hangs treestands, and places ground-blinds in strategic, highly productive locations well before season, hunters are allowed to hang their own stands, or place their own blinds, should they wish. All treestand hunters must wear industry-approved, and hunter-provided, treestand safety harnesses while on stand.