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KS looks great for 2020
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Ate a tag last year looking for 1 of 2 specific bucks only to get caught moving by one. My season sucked as my Boss cancelled my vacation so only hunted a few weekends. Lost of travel for 2 days in a stand but ill do it every time!

This year I have a guest from WY trading hunts so my focus is on him. Lots of 130” bucks but no giants YET!

Both places look great and tons of bucks.
The 2 last year were not killed as best I know but thats hard to tell.

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Big Bucks are easy - Thats why I shoot little ones!
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Oh yeah! Looks great for sure. Good luck!
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Im to damn picky.

These were last years targets! Came close to the bottom one but got caught moving

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yes sir love that double brow buck! Good luck to you and the guy from WY. Hope it works out for you both
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very cool bow, always love to see your pictures
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#6
Nice looking Bucks? What part of Kansas? I'm heading to NW Missouri for rifle opener again this year.
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(09-21-2020, 12:44 PM)Countertop Wrote: Nice looking Bucks? What part of Kansas? I'm heading to NW Missouri for rifle opener again this year.


Im in SE KS. Got tons of pics and avg KS bucks but no studs yet. Hope some come in. Spent time on planting and no rain yet . I wanted to do some scouting and NEW area setup but did not really do that. So much area to dial into and I’m just thinking the 4yo know me now. Ill kill a 140+ this year if I get a chance. I cant go 2 years without as kill.


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(09-23-2020, 02:10 PM)BOW4UM Wrote:
(09-21-2020, 12:44 PM)Countertop Wrote: Nice looking Bucks?  What part of Kansas?  I'm heading to NW Missouri for rifle opener again this year.


Im in SE KS. Got tons of pics and avg KS bucks but no studs yet. Hope some come in. Spent time on planting and no rain yet .  I wanted to do some scouting and NEW area setup but did not really do that. So much area to dial into and I’m just thinking the 4yo know me now. Ill kill a 140+ this year if I get a chance. I cant go 2 years without as kill.


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Nice.  Right now I am planning to be hunting just north of St. Joseph, on a work colleague's land along the Missouri River.
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That should get you fired up! Keep us posted!
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