Kansas Quail Hunting
The Nickels have spent 20 years developing their native Kansas land for prime quail hunting. They manage individual tracts of land with windbreaks, hedges and fence rows that create the perfect habitat for wild quail.
Nickels Farms is the perfect getaway, but we're not far away. We are just minutes from
Kansas City and the Kansas Interstate system and a 45 minute drive from Kansas City International Airport.
Kansas Spring Turkey HuntingWe at Old School Guide Service are now offering hunts on our land featuring amazing flocks of eastern gobblers which have proliferated since re-introduction to north eastern Kansas.
These birds have received near zero hunting pressure in recent years and offer a great opportunity
for the hunt of a lifetime.
Kansas Fishing PackagesOur ponds, which range in size from puddles to many acres, are home to some of the hottest fishing in the Midwest.
Crappie run in early spring followed, as the water warms, by the increased activity of largemouth bass, providing action for the fishing-minded sportsman from March through October. We provide the tackle or you may supply your own. Small boats provide access to our many fishing hideaways.
If your family is along, they can spend the day in the city while you spend the day in the country. Nearby Lawrence, Kansas offers the easy-going charm of a smaller town combined with big city cultural opportunities, complete with two outlet malls, quaint shops, restaurants, coffee shops, clubs, museums and the activities of the University of Kansas.
About Old School Guide ServiceMike Nickels is a third generation native to the Nickels Farms area and his family's roots are deep in the hunting tradition. His grandfather served on the first Conservation Board in the county and Mike's father was an avid outdoorsman and gun collector. Drop them a line and see what they can do for you.
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Mike and Debbie Nickels
Nickels Farms & Old School Guide Service
17100 Fairview Road
McLouth, Kansas 66054
Home Office Phone/Fax: 785-863-3465