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My oldest sister married a fellow from the great state of KS. I'm from out of state and have been hunting turkeys for the past ten years and ducks for the past five years in KS when visiting my sister. Am I not welcome to hunt in your state?
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Your welcome to Kansas...
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If we take your women your allowed to take our birds I suppose.
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Nope you are not welcome
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Come on down and have at them. We won't scout for you, but you're welcome to buy the req'd licenses and legally hunt.
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If you are a knowledgeable, considerate hunter, we welcome you.
If you are not, please book your hunts in Arkansas.
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MinneKans wrote:My oldest sister married a fellow from the great state of KS. I'm from out of state and have been hunting turkeys for the past ten years and ducks for the past five years in KS when visiting my sister. Am I not welcome to hunt in your state?
I love hunting pheasants in South Dakota . Fishing for trout in New Mexico . Enjoying the beauty and granduer of Yellowstone . God gave these gifts for all of us to enjoy . State boundries exist only for man`s purposes. Welcome to Kansas and good hunting!
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