Hunting for Iowa Whitetails in Allamakee County
Allamakee County is located in Northeastern Iowa is among the finest Pope and Young and Boone and Crockett counties in the United States. Allamkee County is by far the best whitetail hunting land Iowa has to offer. With its rolling hills and close proximity to Mississippi river marshes, the area offers some of the finest whitetail hunting in the Midwest.
Deer Tracks is uniquely located in the heart of the Upper Mississippi Valley in Allamkee County. The Mississippi river marshes provide Iowa’s finest Whitetail hunting opportunities. In addition, just down the road from Deer Tracks is the 6,000-acre Yellow River Forest with an additional 11,000 acres of public Iowa Whitetails hunting land for you to enjoy!
Just about all of the outfitters in Allamakee County practice Quality Deer Management and are members of the association. The Quality Deer Management Association has compiled a map of the top counties in the United States for Pope and Young and Boone and Crockett entries. Amazingly, Allamakee County ranks number 1 for both Pope and Young and Boone and Crockett entries in Iowa and number 3 in the United States for Boone and Crockett entries. In addition, Iowa Game and Fish Magazine has named Allamakee County the best spot in Iowa to bag a trophy Iowa whitetails buck.