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Liberty Ranch

At Liberty Ranch Outdoors, we take great pride in providing a premier hunting experience for our guests.

At Liberty Ranch we paying close attention to feeder placements and stand locations. With proper identification of bedding grounds, natural grazing, and locations of supplement feeders, we can properly position our stands for great hunts. We also take into consideration stand placement during red and white oak tree acorn drops to help our hunters get the most out of their opportunity. Depending on your arrival time to the ranch, we are open to showing you around your general hunting area. This allows you to scope out the property and become comfortable in the area gearing up for the hunt.

We believe by attracting does through year-round supplemental nutrition, we will not only have our local males, but we’ll also attract roaming bucks which increases the likelihood of a successful hunt. Kinda like “ladies night” at a human watering hole in the city! Through extensive technology, we are able to easily identify genetically inferior males and cull before any breeding occurs. This allows the most physically developed males to grow the deer population - much the same way cattlemen do their cattle herds. 

When it comes to nutrition, Liberty Ranch provides a balance of protein, energy, minerals, and vitamins fed year-round. Special attention is paid to the December through March time period when nature can hinder the amount of natural feed produced. By feeding year-round, we are aiding in providing additional body mass and thereby increasing overall herd health and increased antler growth.

We have our various hunting areas mapped out on our website for your viewing. We’ll have stands in various locations and groupings so we can quickly place you in the best location to take advantage of current wind and weather conditions. Please continue to check back as we will update these maps and images regularly. To view our current maps, please click here

Again, we thank you for your interest in Liberty Ranch Outdoors. Please take a look below at our upcoming hunting dates, pricing, and accommodations and reach out to us with questions or for additional information.


2020 Hunting Dates Available

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Dates

Cost Per Hunter

Number of Hunters

hunting days

October 1st-7th (Opening Week)

$5000

4

5

October 9th-15th

$5000

4

5

October 17th-23rd

$5000

4

5

October 26th-November 1st

$5000

4

5

November 3rd-9th

$5000

4

5

November 11th-17th

$5000

4

5

November 19th-25th

$5000

4

5

November 28th-December 4th

$5000

4

5

December 7th-13th

$5000

4

5

December 16th-22nd

$5000

4

5

December 28th-January 3rd

$5000

4

5

All Trips Have 5 Hunting Dates With A Day On Either Side For Arrival and Departure.

No Trophy Fees
Hunters will be charged $1500 fee if young bucks below 140″ are harvested.
For groups of 4 or more, please call for accommodations.

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Liberty Ranch ACCOMODATIONS


Liberty Ranch Outdoors is always looking for ways to help our guests feel at home and get the most out of their ranch visit.

A few accommodations include, but are not limited to:

  • Complimentary airport pickup and delivery
  • Receipt and shipment of bows through normal delivery services
  • Guided hunts
    • While not in the stand, you will be taken and picked up at reasonable times
  • Wooded cabins with kitchenette
  • Packaged meals will be available in the cabins at all times
    • For larger groups, catering of an evening meal can be arranged. There are several excellent restaurants in Bartlesville and Pawhuska for your pleasure

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Jerry Mosley

Liberty Ranch, Inc.

P O Box 509
Pawhuska, Oklahoma 74056
Contact@LibertyRanchOutdoors.com

(918) 607-3045

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