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KANSAS MUZZLELOADER SEASON HUNT

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Anyone interested in a Kansas Muzzleloader Hunt. This is the outfit I use for Bow Hunting. He has a few spots open. It’s a DIY hunt in September. You get to hunt the whole 2 weeks of the season on your own property. It’s a baited hunt which Jeff baits for you. Usually out of box blinds. Price is $2500 then you have to add tags, lodging, food, flights and car if you don’t drive  

KANSAS BIG BOYS 1-(316)641-2522. 

If you have any questions you can also ask me

These are some of the bucks killed in the last 3 years  during Muzzleloader Season 

 

 

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Great deal. I always wanted to do that hunt. 

Im paying so Im guaranteed a Booner right?

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I have thought about that hunt many times but the heat at that time a year is a killer for me.  You might only get 10 minutes of action a day if any depending on temps.  BUT a ton of good bucks get killed during that hunt.  

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Just now, tjfslaughter said:

I have thought about that hunt many times but the heat at that time a year is a killer for me.  You might only get 10 minutes of action a day if any depending on temps.  BUT a ton of good bucks get killed during that hunt.  

Yes this is true :up:

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14 minutes ago, archer36 said:

Draw tag?

You have to draw the tag yes. If you don’t draw you don’t go. I have never been denied but it is possible 

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The heat is def a concern. But for ten minutes of action in Kansas is worth it. Def a great place to hunt!

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Depending on the property you could be hunting this guy which is on my old property 

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6 minutes ago, Swamprat said:

God damn

Yea he survived :up:  listen to this one my buddy hunts my old property and he can never hold out.  He gets the itchy finger.  He shot a small 120 incher the first night then went out the next day to shoot a doe and that buck walked 10 yards from him but his tag was filled.  Shit I dont have pic in my phone but it only scored in the 120s

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It is a tough hunt for that time of year but, if you do your homework you can kill a good one. 

I guided my buddy out there twice. The first year was nada and the second time was the charm.

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47 minutes ago, Live to Hunt said:

Yea he survived :up:  listen to this one my buddy hunts my old property and he can never hold out.  He gets the itchy finger.  He shot a small 120 incher the first night then went out the next day to shoot a doe and that buck walked 10 yards from him but his tag was filled.  Shit I dont have pic in my phone but it only scored in the 120s

That would be me my first time Iowa, Kansas, etc. Lol. 

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