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matthothand

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I'm moving to Overland Park, KS tomorrow from Minnesota. Since there isn't a Kansas forum do all the Kansans hang out in the Missouri forum?

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After last nights ball game (and probably Sat. game) we don't/won't talk to any Kansans! crazymad On a side note I am originally from Iowa. whistle

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Ha, well after tonight I don't think I want to talk with any Iowans. I'm spending the night in Des Moines due to a nasty snowstorm. So I'll be in town a day late. I am looking forward to the new hunting and fishing opportunities in Kansas though!

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Welcome to the KC area......I am originally from MN also. Been here about 10 years now. The hunting is definitely better down here than in most of MN.....whether it be deer, turkey, or waterfowl especially. The fishing is definitely different than what you are used to. Fish can definitely be found but great Walleye lakes will not be a dime a dozen. Good luck down here. Post up when you get into some around the KC area......I will do the same. Once again, welcome to the KC area.

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