Guided Trophy Whitetail Deer Hunts in North Dakota
Offering Trophy Whitetail Hunts!
Nestled in the heart of the Sheyenne River Valley sits Dragon Creek Ranch. The ranch provides an abundance of rolling hills, towering oak trees, beautiful creeks, thick cattail slews and lush ravines where the whitetail deer love to hide. There is a lot of land diversity, with a little bit of everything that North Dakota has to offer. We have many food plots scattered throughout the ranch where the whitetail deer feed early morning and late in the day. Imagine for a moment, sitting in one of our hunting blinds as you hear the sound of a bubbling creek and a gentle breeze rustling the leaves just outside the door, as the buck of your dreams walks into your sights and you think to yourself...this IS where myth and fantasy becomes reality!
We make a point to not overstock our ranch with whitetail deer. We would like to keep the hunt as challenging as possible so that you are able to test the wits of your quarry. Our hunters enjoy seeing many trophy-quality whitetail deer during their hunt, keeping you on your game and your blood pumping without making it feel unnatural or overstocked.
During your guided whitetail deer hunt, you have the choice of hunting in one of our deluxe heated box blinds, heated ground blinds or various tree stands. You can also utilize the stalk and still hunting methods. We will do everything ethical to get you that trophy whitetail deer of your dreams!
Reservations & Contact Information:
To join us for your dream Whitetail Hunt in North Dakota, please CLICK HERE to book your hunt or to check for availability.
We look forward to meeting you!
Butch & Deb Dick
Dragon Creek Ranch
Dragon Creek Ranch is proud to be affiliated with:
The Outdoor Adventure Foundation, Inc. provides hunting and fishing adventures for children under the age of 18 and young adults under the age of 25 with cancer or other life threatening illness. They also provide hunting and fishing adventures for disabled veterans under the age of 40 that are wheelchair bound caused by injury during active service or who have lost a limb during active service.