Alabama Deer Hunting
Deer hunting is our passion. It is what put us on the map. We are constantly rated one of Alabama’s top deer lodges year after year.
We invite you to experience the difference that is Pa-ko.
Our bow hunting season begins early November, just as deer are feeding on white oak acorns, persimmons, and around the edges of winter food plots. Mild temperatures prevail and our guides know established travel routes and creek crossings. Ladder stands are placed strategically throughout the acreage and you can also bring your own stand and safety belt.
Pa-Ko’s shooting tower and 3-D targets provide pre-hunt practice. We reserve 1000 of our acres exclusively for bow hunting of our deer.
Firearm deer hunt season starts the Saturday before Thanksgiving and lasts through February. We encourage the novice to book early in the season when deer are most plentiful and free of hunting pressure. However, when you come, our guides will put you where the action is.
A typical hunt stretches from Thursday afternoon through mid-day Sunday. We depart early and hunt late from comfortable shooting houses.
For either bow or firearm deer hunts in Alabama, don’t forget your rain gear (including waterproof boots). If you don’t own the items below, you can buy what you need here.
Our Bow Hunting Season:
November 4 - November 14
Three Day Bow Hunts:
Thursday Afternoon - Sunday Morning: $1,500/hunter
Our Rifle Hunting Season
November 20 - February 10
Three Day Rifle Hunts:
Thursday Afternoon - Sunday Morning
November & December: $2,050/hunter
January & February: $2,500/hunter
Bag Limit for all Hunts: 1 mature buck*, 1 doe, and hogs (no limit)
A 10% gratuity will be added to all hunts for guides, cooks, and household staff.
*All bucks require 8 points or better or must have minimum 16” spread. Bucks harvested not meeting these requirements will be billed at an additional $750.00/buck.
Combine a half day quail hunt with your deer hunt for $425/hunt