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Hunting Kansas #7020717
01/02/18 01:37 AM
01/02/18 01:37 AM
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So now that Iím done whitetail hunting this season Iím trying to plan for next season. I would really like to try and hunt Kansas next year. I would like to try and draw for a either sex tag and hunt the public land but I havenít ever hunted public land in my life. Does anyone have any suggestions on where exactly to start. What units should I look in, is it worth just going and buying an over the counter doe tag? Any help is appreciated.


Re: Hunting Kansas [Re: Regretzi] #7020726
01/02/18 01:41 AM
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I've bird hunted on fort Riley for 35 years. I've seen some really great deer.....check it out. 70000 acres there are some special rules but nice country.

Re: Hunting Kansas [Re: Regretzi] #7020728
01/02/18 01:42 AM
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It is an active army base. Home of the bid red one. Interesting historic place. Was clusters home base.

Re: Hunting Kansas [Re: Regretzi] #7020837
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Be ready to do a lot of walking is what I have heard, no vehicles. rifle

Re: Hunting Kansas [Re: Regretzi] #7021364
01/02/18 04:20 PM
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Not all of Kansas is created equal..... SE is very good where we area at. Good population with mature deer but ours is personal farm.

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