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Hunting type things.....

Its fall. Bow season has opened in at least Missouri and Iowania. I thought we could discuss related topics. Tips, braggin', near misses....

relay your hunting stories, pics and tips here.

anti hunting types.....find another corner to squat in.

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Old 09-05-2012, 12:40 AM   #1351
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I'm wanting to learn more about Kansas Walk In Hunting. Years back I had a book of maps and I crossed over into KS and hunted Walk In property once but I had no clue of where I was going. And of course my dog got skunked so it wasn't a great day. That was a long time ago and it was SE KS but now I'm talking about North Central KS. I'm trying to put together a hunt for me and friend from alabama. anybody hae any knowledge of where to mixed bag bird hunt in KS?
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Old 09-05-2012, 07:53 AM   #1352
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I'm wanting to learn more about Kansas Walk In Hunting. Years back I had a book of maps and I crossed over into KS and hunted Walk In property once but I had no clue of where I was going. And of course my dog got skunked so it wasn't a great day. That was a long time ago and it was SE KS but now I'm talking about North Central KS. I'm trying to put together a hunt for me and friend from alabama. anybody hae any knowledge of where to mixed bag bird hunt in KS?
You can come out here for pheasant in November.
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Old 09-05-2012, 08:44 AM   #1353
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I'm wanting to learn more about Kansas Walk In Hunting. Years back I had a book of maps and I crossed over into KS and hunted Walk In property once but I had no clue of where I was going. And of course my dog got skunked so it wasn't a great day. That was a long time ago and it was SE KS but now I'm talking about North Central KS. I'm trying to put together a hunt for me and friend from alabama. anybody hae any knowledge of where to mixed bag bird hunt in KS?
Best thing to do would be to go to a wildlife office and pick up a free Kansas hunting guide book. You can also find them in any Kansas Walmart in the hunting section, or other outdoors/hunting stores like Cabelas. It's a small magazine looking book that will give you maps of every unit in Kansas. And it will show you exactly where every WIHA (properly pronounced as "Woohah") is at. Without this book, you'll never find the right spots. It maps everything out exactly.

You can get a pdf copy of each hunting unit here: http://www.kdwpt.state.ks.us/news/KD...-Hunting-Atlas

But I'd still recommend getting the book to take with you. It has everything included. Many times you'll be navigating a 4 mile section trying to find the field, and without the map in hand it's a PIA.

When you get to the field, you'll see the WIHA signs up on the fences. They'll look like this:



Be very careful about staying in the WIHA plot though. Many times the land next to WIHA will be leased land, and they'll shoot your ass if they catch you hunting it. Not literally, but sometimes literally.

Did you have any idea about where you were wanting to go in North Central Kansas? I grew up in Jewell county, and still hunt there quite a bit. But I pheasant hunt all over northern Kansas. There's lots of good land in the area. I usually have better luck from North Central Kansas out west towards Colorado. North Eastern Kansas hasn't ever been as good.

I'd recommend units 2,3,4,8,9. That's some damn good hunting around there. Let me know if you need any more info.
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Old 09-05-2012, 09:38 AM   #1354
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I'm wanting to learn more about Kansas Walk In Hunting. Years back I had a book of maps and I crossed over into KS and hunted Walk In property once but I had no clue of where I was going. And of course my dog got skunked so it wasn't a great day. That was a long time ago and it was SE KS but now I'm talking about North Central KS. I'm trying to put together a hunt for me and friend from alabama. anybody hae any knowledge of where to mixed bag bird hunt in KS?
western kansas .. stockton area .. pheasant quail chickens .....
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Old 09-05-2012, 09:40 AM   #1355
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Looks like hunting in the Midwest is just going to probably suck this year:

http://www.bowsite.com/BOWSITE/featu...ught/index.cfm

Here's the drought map just for Nebraska:

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Old 09-05-2012, 09:46 AM   #1356
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Yeah, I don't expect much for bird hunting this year. Seeing how badly the droughts of the last few years affected the birds, I have a feeling this year is going to be really awful. This year's drought was much much worse.
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Old 09-06-2012, 02:38 PM   #1357
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You can come out here for pheasant in November.
I'm honored. I'll probably send you a PM one day soon.
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Best thing to do would be to go to a wildlife office and pick up a free Kansas hunting guide book. You can also find them in any Kansas Walmart in the hunting section, or other outdoors/hunting stores like Cabelas. It's a small magazine looking book that will give you maps of every unit in Kansas. And it will show you exactly where every WIHA (properly pronounced as "Woohah") is at. Without this book, you'll never find the right spots. It maps everything out exactly.

You can get a pdf copy of each hunting unit here: http://www.kdwpt.state.ks.us/news/KD...-Hunting-Atlas

But I'd still recommend getting the book to take with you. It has everything included. Many times you'll be navigating a 4 mile section trying to find the field, and without the map in hand it's a PIA.

When you get to the field, you'll see the WIHA signs up on the fences. They'll look like this:



Be very careful about staying in the WIHA plot though. Many times the land next to WIHA will be leased land, and they'll shoot your ass if they catch you hunting it. Not literally, but sometimes literally.

Did you have any idea about where you were wanting to go in North Central Kansas? I grew up in Jewell county, and still hunt there quite a bit. But I pheasant hunt all over northern Kansas. There's lots of good land in the area. I usually have better luck from North Central Kansas out west towards Colorado. North Eastern Kansas hasn't ever been as good.

I'd recommend units 2,3,4,8,9. That's some damn good hunting around there. Let me know if you need any more info.
I know Jewell county is good for birds and it was a location I had in mind. That's a great reply too so thank you very much. I'll be looking up those units and did I thanks?
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Yeah it's gonna be a tough year but I owe to my dogs to get out and hunt. I was crossing my fingers and hoping that the mild winter and early spring might have had a positive impact on the birds. As bad as the drought has been an ill timed gully washer can be as bad or worse, flooding out the nests or drowning the young chicks.
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Old 09-13-2012, 01:01 PM   #1360
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Well.... KDWP released their Upland bird forecast yesterday. It doesn't look good for pheasant this year.

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Kansas experienced extreme drought this past year. Winter weather was mild, but winter precipitation is important for spring vegetation, which can impact reproductive success, and most of Kansas did not get enough winter precipitation. Pheasant breeding populations showed significant reductions in 2012, especially in primary pheasant range in western Kansas. Spring came early and hot this year, but also included fair spring moisture until early May, when the precipitation stopped, and Kansas experienced record heat and drought through the rest of the reproductive season. Early nesting conditions were generally good for prairie chickens and pheasants. However, the primary nesting habitat for pheasants in western Kansas is winter wheat, and in 2012, Kansas had one of the earliest wheat harvests on record. Wheat harvest can destroy nests and very young broods. The early harvest likely lowered pheasant nest and early brood success. The intense heat and lack of rain in June and July resulted in a decrease in brooding cover and insect populations, causing lower chick survival for all upland game birds.

Because of drought, all counties in Kansas were opened to Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) emergency haying or grazing. CRP emergency haying requires fields that are hayed to leave at least 50 percent of the field in standing grass cover. CRP emergency grazing requires 25 percent of the field (or contiguous fields) to be left ungrazed or grazing at 75-percent normal stocking rates across the entire field. Many CRP fields, including Walk In Hunting Areas (WIHA), may be affected across the state.

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PHEASANT – Drought in 2011 and 2012 has taken its toll on pheasant populations in Kansas. Pheasant breeding populations dropped by nearly 50 percent or more across pheasant range from 2011 to 2012 resulting in fewer adult hens in the population to start the 2012 nesting season. The lack of precipitation has resulted in less cover and insects needed for good pheasant reproduction. Additionally, winter wheat serves as a major nesting habitat for pheasants in western Kansas, and a record early wheat harvest this summer likely destroyed many nests and young broods. Then the hot, dry weather set in from May to August, the primary brood-rearing period for pheasants. Pheasant chicks need good grass and weed cover and robust insect populations to survive. Insufficient precipitation and lack of habitat and insects throughout the state’s primary pheasant range resulted in limited production. This will reduce hunting prospects compared to recent years. However, some good opportunities still exist to harvest roosters in the sunflower state, especially for those willing to work for their birds. Though the drought has taken its toll, Kansas still contains a pheasant population that will produce a harvest in the top three or four major pheasant states this year.

The best areas this year will likely be pockets of northwest and northcentral Kansas. Populations in southwest Kansas were hit hardest by the 2011-2012 drought (72 percent decline in breeding population), and a very limited amount of production occurred this season due to continued drought and limited breeding populations.

QUAIL – The bobwhite breeding population in 2012 was generally stable or improved compared to 2011. Areas in the northern Flint Hills and parts of northeast Kansas showed much improved productivity this year. Much of eastern Kansas has seen consistent declines in quail populations in recent decades. After many years of depressed populations, this year’s rebound in quail reproduction in eastern Kansas is welcomed, but overall populations are still below historic averages. The best quail hunting will be found throughout the northern Flint Hills and parts of central Kansas. Prolonged drought undoubtedly impacted production in central and western Kansas.
More info: http://kdwpt.state.ks.us/news/Huntin...ional-Forecast
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Old 09-19-2012, 07:03 AM   #1361
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I'm pretty nervous about the deer population around here. EHD is killing off a ton of deer. Farmers all around this area are finding dead deer in their dugouts.
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Nebraska game and parks is saying that deer hunting will be good this year, but not a record breaker. Since I hunt public land, I have a hard time every year, so this year might be even worse on public land. I sure hope not...
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More info: http://kdwpt.state.ks.us/news/Huntin...ional-Forecast
There are more pheasant out here than I expected. Not a lot, but not devistated either. In my part of the world we got a huge snow in the first of December and an inch and a quarter in the last week of march. That got them off to a pretty good start. Unfortunately that's been about it exempting some .3" showers.

The other benefit to this horrid drought is the irrigators have been pumping water like nobody's business. There are some bird populations there. There are birds out here, but nothing huge.

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What is EHD?

I have a ****load of deer. Kill them please.
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There are more pheasant out here than I expected. Not a lot, but not devistated either. In my part of the world we got a huge snow in the first of December and an inch and a quarter in the last week of march. That got them off to a pretty good start. Unfortunately that's been about it exempting some .3" showers.

The other benefit to this horrid drought is the irrigators have been pumping water like nobody's business. There are some bird populations there. There are birds out here, but nothing huge.



What is EHD?

I have a ****load of deer. Kill them please.
Spoke with Big Mama Buehler445 last night... Got permission to come and shoot what ever the **** Reerun_KC and Reerun_KC's son wants this fall and spring.

Looking into tags for Deer and Turkey now. Will keep you updated.
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Spoke with Big Mama Buehler445 last night... Got permission to come and shoot what ever the **** Reerun_KC and Reerun_KC's son wants this fall and spring.

Looking into tags for Deer and Turkey now. Will keep you updated.
Even if you don't get a tag come on out.

Although the turkey might be tougher hunting than in the past. Rambo and Chief have them a bit skittish. You may actually have to leave the porch.
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