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    • Sam86
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      well tomorrow morning i’m going out, its the first day of the Kansas bow season…. this is my first time really going after deer with a bow so i’m like a kid the night before his first hunt lol i went out to my place this after noon and it looks good, i have a few droping close to my brush blind i made and the trail looks like its getting used a bit. i have been practicing with my bow almost every day for the last year, broadheads are sharp and i couldnt be any more pumped… Good luck to everyone on their season’s…

    • JodyS
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      Enjoy the day Sam86. You do not get many “first times” in life. Soak it in. I hope you have a great day afield!

    • bruc
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      Good Luck Sam 86 !!! Have fun too !


    • Steve Sr.
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      Best wishes! Hunt safe and aim small!

      (dont forget to post photos!)


      God Bless
      Steve Sr.

    • SteveMcD
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      Good Luck, Sam! Have a great time!

    • Sam86
      Post count: 51

      well i got into my blind at about 6:30 and i wasnt sitting there 20 minutes and i hear a buck snort at me, CLOSE!!! like maybe 10 yards close. he snorts 3 or 4 more times and takes off, it’s so thick with ceders i couldnt see him but m heart was pounding!!!! i will be going back out this evening, maybe we will meet again???

    • FUBAR
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      Action right off the start. 8)

    • Alexandre Bugnon
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      Good Luck, Sam! Don’t forget to pick a small spot!

    • anointedarcher
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      Happy Hunting and best of luck!

    • George D. Stout
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      Keep that excitement Sam. You’ll do great. 😉

    • gobbler716
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      October 15th is right around the corner. I have to get out into the woods, get some exercise and find some sign. I also am looking to arrow my first feral swine this season. Supposedly, the area is full of porkers.

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