[rquote=1494256&tid=104336&author=winger][rquote=1494164&tid=104336&author=buckwacker181]Public land as well. Kansas is so different than Missouri though. The deer there aren't nearly as pressured. We literally hunted 10's of thousands of public land acres, and didn't run into more than a couple of other hunters.[/rquote]
that is the biggest misguided statement i have ever seen. the deer arn't pressured.:rof2::hysterical: every tom **** and harry from miles around traveling to kansas to kill the giant deer. heck the state of kansas is even putting cabins up on public ground and for a price people can rent them out. i say again, THE STATE IS GETTING MONEY FOR RENTING CABINS ON PUBLIC GROUND with all the people running after the deer. spoke to some guys out of mississippi around our ground this year, they were shocked that they hadn't seen any deer. talking about how everyone says there is big deer everywhere and you watch videos of guys passing 130's and 140's all the time. nope, kansas deer are pressured. heck the public ground several miles from us looked like an arkansas wal-mart parking lot. they should pave them roads with as much traffic is on them and parks on them, some if it is dangerous. got to thank outfitters, hunting shows and all the experts for the nonpressured deer of kansas.[/rquote]
From MY experience in Kansas, the public land is a whole lot different than in Missouri. We ran into one group of 4 guys in the 6 days we were there. We hunted farms that people would pay huge money to hunt in Missouri. The same group of guys I hunted Kansas with took two 150's opening day or early ML season, again only running into one group of guys. Sorry, my post was so misguided.