KANSAS DEEK

November 24, 2021
November 24, 2021 Brennen

KANSAS DEEK

After a scouting trip, and an unsuccessful first hunting trip to Kansas this year, I was excited to get back in late November and try to punch my tag on a public land buck.  The weather was less than ideal, getting up in the 70s during the day.  The one thing that we had going for us is that the temperatures were still cooling off into the 30s/40s at night which yielded good action during our morning sits.  On the morning of the 24th, we snuck into a crick system that was surrounded by ag fields.  With the decoy sitting at 15 yards, the plan was to hopefully lay eyes on a good buck, and bang the antlers in hopes that he would come check out the decoy. Shortly after 8am, the plan worked to perfection.

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