Deer hunting Kansas is special. We are finally getting settled here in Kansas in our new home. It has been a very busy last two months for my family and I. I started my new job a few weeks ago and it is going well. I came out here before my family and found us a place to live and then brought my family out. We found a nice farm house on 80 acres surrounded by corn.
There are some really big bucks in the area, and plenty of corn and soybeans for them to eat. Kansas is absolutely beautiful. I haven’t been all over the state but where we live is gorgeous.
Deer Hunting Kansas
I also found a deer hunting Kansas area about 30 minutes away that is over 9,000 acres. I also found 341 acres of Kansas public land about 4 miles from my house. Also in Kansas they have what they call walk in access areas. They pay farmers to let you hunt on their land. I haven’t checked any of the areas out yet but you can bet that I will. I am trying to get my drivers license switched over from Georgia to Kansas but I have to have an original birth certificate which I can’t find and am having to jump through hoops to get from the state. Once I get my license switched over I can get a resident Kansas hunting license 60 days after that. So it may be the middle to late November before I can hunt here in Kansas. I could fork out some big bucks for a non resident license but don’t think I want to go that route, unless I run across a 150+ buck while out scouting new areas.
I am really pumped about a trip to Illinois again this year. We should be right smack dab during the rut and it should make for an exciting week bow hunting in Illinois.
It is good to finally be getting back to some type of routine and I look forward to posting a lot more often now. I hope all of you have a very successful season. If you can take a child or friend with you you will make memories that will last a lifetime.