Cutawhiskie Creek Outfitters


Dates are going fast for 2024 Deer Season.. Don’t miss out on another great season here at Cutawhiskie Creek Outfitters… Come experience the most personalized hunt in the state!! For more than just a picture or video, stop wishing and book your hunt today!!!!

Cutawhiskie Creek Outfitters is your complete hunting outfitter. We are located in Menola, NC, which is about 12 miles outside of Ahoskie, NC . Menola is in the SW corner of Hertford County, which is in the heart of the best Whitetail Deer hunting in North Carolina. Our 11,000 combined acres of prime hunting land in Hertford, Hyde, NorthHampton, Bertie (Roanoke River Basin), Tyrrell, Currituck, and Camden counties. All of our land is composed of a mixture of swamp bottoms, hardwoods, pine blocks, thickets, marshlands, and grain fields. Cutawhiskie Creek Outfitters is a guide service that does our best to help you experience that hunt of a lifetime. We have a vision of what a good hunting service should be and we want to convey that to our guests. To ensure a personalized hunting experience we limit the number of hunters to 4-6 per week during Archery Season and 8-14 during Gun Season. This will ensure low hunting pressures on owned and leased property. We also have enough farms and stands to rotate properties correctly to ensure low hunting pressure in most all areas…

Please take a few moments and browse through our web site to get a look at what we could offer you! We offer a Guide service that’s not afraid to share techniques for stand placement, scouting, lures, calls and rattling techniques used to harvest large Whitetail’s in this area. We also feed LUCKY BUCK MINERAL year round for superior antler growth!!!Thats our biggest secret!!! We have added several small ponds to provide our herd with extra watering holes when dry.. Cutawhiskie Creek never runs dry!! It runs through the entire property behind the Lodge!! Neither does the Roanoke River or the Meherrin River… Food plots are critical for late season hunting in NC.. If you don’t properly manage your food source, the deer will not eat it… It may look good up top, but the soil determines whether BIG LUEY is gonna eat any!!!!

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We offer the largest deer seasons in the United States extending from early September until January 1. Our state’s limit is six deer per season, which also includes a limit of two deer per day. This summer we have added more food plots and minerals to ensure the proper antler growth and health of our herd. Summer management food plots are the most important thing for the mass and antler growth of whitetail deer. As you will see in our photo gallery, we also have many feeders for corn and peanuts that work wonderfully. We feed corn and peanuts year round!!!!!! And don’t forget, LUCKY BUCK MINERAL….

At Cutawhiskie Creek Outfitters, hunters will enjoy some of the best whitetail deer hunting found anywhere. Both bow hunters and gun hunters are welcome, September through January we offer a wonderful opportunity to harvest several deer or that buck of a lifetime. You will choose from a wide variety of different stand locations placed strategically to accommodate varying wind conditions and movement patterns of deer..

Whitetail bucks typically obtain maximum antler size between 5.5 and 8.5 years of age. These older mature bucks are our primary focus. This often involves aggressive doe harvest (higher than QDM) and intensive habitat management. This also requires passing on numerous quality younger bucks with nice racks. We maintain accurate harvest records to assess management progress and to fine tune management strategies.. NO DOE HARVEST in November really makes an impact on the number and size of bucks each year!!! This is by far the best thing we ever started doing…

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Ethan Smith is a seasoned marine veteran, professional blogger, witty and edgy writer, and an avid hunter. He spent a great deal of his childhood years around the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest in Arizona. Watching active hunters practise their craft initiated him into the world of hunting and rubrics of outdoor life. He also honed his writing skills by sharing his outdoor experiences with fellow schoolmates through their high school’s magazine. Further along the way, the US Marine Corps got wind of his excellent combination of skills and sought to put them into good use by employing him as a combat correspondent. He now shares his income from this prestigious job with his wife and one kid. Read more >>