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Location: kcmo
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Kansas Pheasants

I do not have a "hunting" dog and since I have been here less than 3 years, I was hoping that someone here might be willing to drag along an extra hunter for some pheasant hunting this fall. If you are willing, pm me with your terms and I will let you know if I can do that.

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Location: Augusta,Ks
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Re: Kansas Pheasants
rookie in kansas wrote:
I do not have a "hunting" dog and since I have been here less than 3 years, I was hoping that someone here might be willing to drag along an extra hunter for some pheasant hunting this fall. If you are willing, pm me with your terms and I will let you know if I can do that.

Don't have any "terms", but I would meet ya for a hunt somewhere, possibly.

Don't let not having a dog keep you from hunting. A dog does help, but there is a lot of people shoot birds without dogs.

The key to killing pheasants is hard worrk. Get in a field and kick some brush and walk your butt off.

If the birds are there, you will find them.

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