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Featuring over 2,000 pristine hunting acres nestled in the Loess Canyons of western Nebraska. These Sand Hills are chalked full of wild Merriam turkey, thick antlered bucks, and home-grown does.


Only experienced hunters please as all of the hunts are semi-guided. I'll show you the boundaries and popular game trails and leave you to the peace and solitude of 2,000 acres. I will do everything I can to ensure you have a safe and enjoyable hunt.


To make reservations or for any questions please contact me at 308-550-0744 or




3 Day Rifle/Muzzleloader: $2000

White Tail or Muley Buck

5 Day Bow: $2000

White Tail or Muley Buck

Nebraska Game & Parks


Archery: Sept. 1 - Dec. 31

November Firearm: Nov. 16 - Nov. 24

Muzzleloader: Dec. 1 - Dec. 31



Permit Requirements

Deer hunters in Nebraska are required to have a Statewide or Unit Deer Permit and a Habitat stamp (view big game guide for exceptions)

Deer permits are issued as Draw units or Buy units. Draw units are determined by overall demand and may be applied for during the draw unit application period. The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission provides information on the previous year's draw results. Buy units (over-the-counter permits) are issued on a first-come, first served basis. Additionally, youth permits are available to youth under the age of 16. (See the Big Game Guide for more on permits, unit names, species of deer and bag limits).



3 Day Shotgun or Bow Hunt

One (1) Tom: $800

Any season and firearm. One (1) bird limit/hunter.

**Note: Hunter is responsible for permits. Lodging not included**


For reservations or questions please contact Bill at

308-550-0744 or

Nebraska Game & Parks



Spring Archery: March 25 - May 31
Spring Youth Shotgun: April 6 - May 31
Spring Shotgun: April 13 - May 31


Fall Youth Archery & Shotgun: Oct. 1 - Nov. 30
Fall Archery & Shotgun: Oct. 1 - Nov. 30


  • 2024 nonresident turkey permits increased from $125 to $140.

  • 2024 nonresident landowner turkey permits increased from $62.50 to $70.

  • Hunters now may purchase up to two spring permits instead of three.

  • A hunter may harvest no more than one turkey per calendar day during the spring season.

  • All turkey harvests must be reported via Telecheck.




Q: What does semi-guided mean?

A: We will give you all the information you need to have a successful hunt including a detailed a tour of the land pointing out popular game trails and movement patterns of the animals. We will not accompany you on your hunt.


Q: I shot my deer or turkey, then what?

A: There are local taxidermy and butcher shops that can mount and process the meat. The hunter is responsible for costs associated with taxidermy or butcher services. You can also choose to debreast the turkeys yourself. The hunter can also keep just the antlers, spurs, beard, or tail feathers without need for a taxidermy.


Q: I am an in state resident and wish to drive, what are the directions?

A: BarWD is located at:


5095 East Burma Road

Wellfleet, NE 69170


Often times the GPS in the phone is slightly off. As soon as you make a turn onto Burma road it is the first driveway on the left hand side.


Q: I am an out of state resident and wish to fly, is there an airport nearby?

A: North Platte Regional Airport is the nearest air field. It is located approximately 30 miles North of BarWD. 


Q: How do I travel from the airport to BarWD?

A: The airport has rental cars available. We can also pick you up and drop you off ($60 will be added to the price of the hunt).


Q: Lodging is available upon request, but not included?

A: Hunters are responsible for the cost of lodging. There are hotels in North Platte or cabins available from Dancing Leaf Lodge. Their cabins are equipped with all the latest accommodations located approximately 1 mile from the hunting sites.


Q: How do I make a reservation?

A: We require a 50% non-refundable deposit. This allows us to coordinate the lodging if need be and ensure your hunt is reserved.

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