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So how has Kansas been so far?

Old 12-19-2008, 08:15 AM
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I just returned from my first trip to Kansas. We hunted in clifton and clyde, we were there for a week and killed nearly 30 birds. The trip was one of a life time and I will be returning next year. I went with a group that makes the trip every year and they said that this was one of their worst. The local farmers and hunters talked about how a golf ball sized hell storm had come through months earlier and really taken a tow on the numbers. One particular farmer even said the hell was hell on his cats killing a couple of them.
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Old 01-14-2009, 11:14 PM
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Wow, you guys have all been hunting within just miles of my place.....lol. I didn't know so many of you guys had hunted in my area!!! I am just south of Smith Center at Portis......well, that is my hometown......I am at college now, but return as much as possible to hunt.....
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