Three Fingers - Muzzleloader Deer
Plattsburg, MO, USA
Price per person
Terrain:Tree Rows, Ag, Water
Notes from the landowner
Encompassing over 150 acres of pristine land, this remarkable property offers hunters a slice of paradise in the heart of Missouri's renowned whitetail hunting territory. Three Fingers features open fields that span the landscape, creating a haven for wildlife and a prime location for scouting and observation. One of the defining features of Three Fingers is its three distinct tree rowed fingers that extend gracefully across the property. These well-defined tree rows offer strategic vantage points, allowing hunters to position themselves for optimal concealment. A creek bed meanders through the property in three different locations. This is a DIY hunting property, requiring attending parties to bring their own equipment and supplies to enhance their chances of success. This is also a muzzleloader only hunt. To ensure compliance with regulations and maintain the property's integrity, all attendees must be active members of Infinite Outdoors. Membership with Infinite Outdoors grants legal access.
Game and habitat information
This property near Lathrop, Missouri boasts an ideal environment for large whitetail deer, with its diverse range of biological habitats, including a riverbed, hardwood forests, and agricultural fields. Whitetail deer are abundant in the area, especially during the rut, attracted to the various food sources provided by the agricultural fields, as well as the shelter and cover provided by the hardwood forests. The deer travel along the creek beds and timber draws, where stands are selectively placed. The hardwood forests offer excellent cover for deer, making it an ideal location for hunters to set up in tree stands and wait for deer to pass by. The dense tree lines also provide a rich source of food for deer, with a mix of deciduous species such as oaks, maples, and hickories, which produce acorns, nuts, and other food sources throughout the year. In addition, the agricultural fields provide an abundance of food for deer, as crops such as corn, soybeans, and wheat are highly attractive to the animals. However, this also means that hunters must be strategic in their approach, as the deer can be highly unpredictable and may not follow predictable patterns. Deer numbers increase during the rut and can be great for the late November and December rifle season.
License Requirement and Application
Non-refundable Reservation Fee and 50% outdoorsman will be charged at the time of booking. The other half of the Outdoorsman fee will be charged in August 2023. If time of booking is after August of 2023, hunters will be charged in full at time of booking
Hunters must cancel within 2 weeks after the draw results post. If deposit has been made, we will push you to following year/season if possible.
If there is a lapse in availability, please do not be discouraged to reach out to IO. All calendars are set and managed by landowners, and unavailability is set by them. However, IO is willing to reach out on your behalf, to check on available dates. Other reasons for unavailable dates include biologist recommended hunter/harvest quotas that landowners implement, as well as state season dates not being released. All big game hunts may be pre-booked for future seasons; reach out to IO to inquire.
You are not legally allowed to access the property, for any adventure, prior to your selected access day. If you try to access the property at all before your selected date(s), without prior approval from IO, you will be subject to trespassing and punishments therein.