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Just messed up on a giant Kansas Buck
Whitetail Deer
Contributors to this thread:
Shug 08-Jan-18
Ucsdryder 08-Jan-18
Shug 08-Jan-18
Jaquomo 08-Jan-18
Shug 08-Jan-18
Treeline 08-Jan-18
sitO 08-Jan-18
Shug 09-Jan-18
Sage Buffalo 09-Jan-18
Shug 09-Jan-18
Shug 09-Jan-18
APauls 09-Jan-18
Jack Harris 09-Jan-18
Shug 09-Jan-18
DL 09-Jan-18
EmbryOklahoma 09-Jan-18
Ace 10-Jan-18
Thornton 11-Jan-18
Jack Harris 11-Jan-18
Deebz 11-Jan-18
Ace 11-Jan-18
TD 11-Jan-18
t-roy 11-Jan-18
Shug 11-Jan-18
From: Shug
08-Jan-18
Well not exactly... I was in Jamaica for the week and one night we met 5 couples from Kansas. Naturally my first question was the same any of you would ask...” Anyone own a farm ?” Three of the 5 owned cattle farms and a and said sure come out hunting.

Not wanting to seem to anxious I said We’ll exchange numbers before I leave... Nope didn’t see them again for three days...Ohh well next time I’ll get numbers right away.

From: Ucsdryder
08-Jan-18
That could bring a man to tears!

From: Shug
08-Jan-18
lol ... Just got a pm from a guy looking to sell me a WT hunt..lol

From: Jaquomo
08-Jan-18
I believe a Roman guy said once, "Carpe Diem". "Sieze the day".

From: Shug
08-Jan-18
lol.....Jaq... yepper

From: Treeline
08-Jan-18
Or, maybe carpe numerus!

From: sitO
08-Jan-18
First question?

That's why you'll be in CT next year...if you're lucky

From: Shug
09-Jan-18
Well at the advice of ACE.. I did a little research on the Internet and was actually able to track them down.... Unbelievable!! Thanks ACE!!!

From: Sage Buffalo
09-Jan-18
I once knew a couple Jersey guys who said they would put me on some deer. They lost my number too. Haha.

Good to see you think like me Shug. Always working the angle. I had permission to hunt this small 3 acre lot just outside of Boston but was backed up by Kraft family land 45 acres. Oh how lucky I was. The woman owned a spice store and I always bought from her and jokingly said, "If you ever have any deer problems let me know..." She turned to me and said, "If you bowhunt you can kill all of them!"

From: Shug
09-Jan-18
If I remember correctly Pat... when I asked you for your number you said you’ll get back to me...lol

From: Shug
09-Jan-18
Still waiting ...and that was 2001?

From: APauls
09-Jan-18
any time someone says they own land my wife pops out of the woodwork and tells them "don't tell my husband that he'll ask if he can hunt!" Although at that point the cat is out of the bag so i just look at them with that "well?" look lol.

From: Jack Harris
09-Jan-18
Next time wear your leopard shirt - that will seal the deal... Happy New Year Mark!

From: Shug
09-Jan-18
You too Jack... Happy New Year

From: DL
09-Jan-18
So close.

09-Jan-18
Bunch of my favorite turds on this thread. Well done, men!

From: Ace
10-Jan-18
That's awesome Shug, I'm really happy it worked out, I see a booner buck in your future to go with that booner bear.

I'm always surprised when people tell me that they can't get any private land permission. I figure they either don't feel comfortable talking to people, or they are miserable SOBs. Sometimes both probably.

From: Thornton
11-Jan-18
A booner just because he got a spot in KS? LOL! Good luck with that!

From: Jack Harris
11-Jan-18
"A booner just because he got a spot in KS?" Hell yeah, Shug is the dominant predator wherever he hunts...

From: Deebz
11-Jan-18
Hey Jaq...Carpe Diem is great advice, but my fallback for when things don't work out has always been Carpe Cerevisi...

From: Ace
11-Jan-18
Jeeze Thorton, I was just wishing the guy Good Luck. He shot a B&C Bear in NJ for goodness sakes. You must be fun at parties.

From: TD
11-Jan-18
I tried carpe once..... tasted like mud...... is that diem a good recipe???

From: t-roy
11-Jan-18
I always thought that meant “seize the fish”.

From: Shug
11-Jan-18
LOL ...

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