Who We Are:
Mid-America Hunting Association. A foot hunting, private land, self guided hunter organization continuously operating since 1965.
The Association controls 200,000+ acres in Iowa, Kansas and Missouri.
Flat seasonal rate to hunt the hunter's choice of the season.
How To Make A Self Guided Hunt:
Hunters have access to an online map library. All farms are numbered on those maps. The maps serve as the basis of conversation between the hunter and the Association partners of where to hunt.
Hunters make a live person, immediate confirmation telephone reservation to that land for the days he wants to hunt. This keeps hunters separated.
The hunter uses his own equipment and skill.
Mule and Whitetail Deer hunting. Open for archery, modern firearms and muzzleloader seasons.
Hunt your state and season of choice.
Success comes from covering ground to find the buck of choice. The opposed is to have just one spot and hope something comes by. Have a look at some Association success.
In zones 4 and 5. Crop farms, wooded drainage's and woodlots. Easy to combine our southern Iowa private land hunting with that in north Missouri.
Missouri seems to be the forgotten state until checking the record books. All land is within the four point zone.
From enhanced natural wetlands. Water in/out flow controlled. Duck blinds, wade-in, layout boat areas and field hunts over crop stubble for goose and duck.
Start with teal, to regular waterfowl. Continuing with late and spring goose seasons.
Multiple wetlands of marsh, slough, sloughs flooded through timber and open water. Hunters may watch national and state migratory reports and go to where the ducks are.
Wild pheasant only. For the individual hunter and small groups. No drive hunts.
Hunt over grain farms, brush filled draws and tall grass.
No mixing dogs with others. Step out of the truck onto a different field each time doing so. More land to hunt each day than daylight will allow.
Land from southern Iowa through north Missouri and from east to west Kansas. There is good pheasant populations each season. It is just a matter of which regional area has had the better weather effects. See Pheasants.
Miles of edge cover along large and small grain fields. Hunters' enjoy being able to work his dog at his own pace all on wild coveys.
Choose when to hunt during the entire season. Also choose the farms to hunt.
Fall and Spring Turkey Hunting
Eastern and Rio Grande Turkey. Fall and spring season.
Three states, five spring tags, eight week season, more in the fall.
Success from hunting more than one flock. Most will have two or more roosts identified to develop daily patterns. No need to keep pressuring the same flock. Deer scout on the same trip.