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Kansas bow season opens in 27 days!

I am so freaking pumped my stands are set my cams are set and running. Salt licks and feeders running and my new bow all sighted in, broke in, and shooting accurately. This is the most prepared I have ever been and I am more pumped than ever for this season! To be honest I am not to incredibly worried about shooting a trophy as doing some management and growing all my small bucks up alittle. Although if a nice buck goes past me I won't hesitate. Bring on the 2012 whitetails!

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Eric Rogers

Eric Rogers

I'm well prepared myself this season. Counting down the days.
none of  your business

none of your business

I'm from kansas to. We always hunt public ground and have had a few montsers pretty close just no clear shots. Hopin' to get one this year.
Nick McPherson

Nick McPherson

Im with ya.. were lookin at 10 days here in Ky
Derek Taussig

Derek Taussig

15 more days!!!!!!!!!!! I want to go check my cams and be out there but I must resist don't want to spook anything or leave my scent.
Darryl Helbing

Darryl Helbing

Im ready for the Kansas bow opener tooo! Hopefully weather doesn't get hot again between now and Monday. Got a bunch of my little ones all grown up, been hunting same property for eight years and the bucks keep getting bigger, saw 3 180 inch plus monsters during last years antlerless season.
Derek Taussig

Derek Taussig

We are looking at rain Monday here in Manhattan area(which I hope so I don't feel inclined to work) and so temps should stay low through then. I got very limited on my private land hunting but I have some great public spots picked out. Land owner on my private land saw the monsters I started bringing in with management and limited when and where I could hunt. So until I find new private land I will spend most my time on public which is okay cause I can see all new bucks all over. Sucks that I wasted alot of time and money on the private land but until I own my own land its just gonna be a part of the game I guess. Thing is on the private land is he will only let me hunt the area full of does but that will be a great spot come rut time.
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