Geez, no need for the Sir stuff here
Best I could tell you is do a Google search for Mule Deer in Kansas. I live in the NE part of KS so them Mulies are on the opposite end. Never have hunted them, would like too, but the Whitetail keep me busy
Here is a link to our wildlife dept.: http://www.kdwp.state.ks.us/
and a little info that may help: http://www.ks-mo-hunt.org/mule_deer.htm
If what your looking for is a mule deer for the sake of saying you got a mule deer, Kansas will certainly do. But if what your looking for is a mule deer in the habitat they are normally associated with, you'll have to go farther west.
I am looking for a big mule deer, to mount, so i can have a variety of animals on display in the hunting room.
best of luck finding a big mule deer....that is more like a quest....never heard of any big Muleys in KS but my fist thought for you would be to post something in the Western States fourms to find more about muleys. talking to flat landers about mule deer hunting is a big no no...these guys hunt white-tails in brush swamps and tree stands....true mule deer hunting aint easy....
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