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Deer Hunting

Posted by kansasity MO (My Page) on
Tue, Oct 13, 09 at 15:15

My name is Mike, I'm a Kansas City MO. firefighter for ten years now and am a avid hunter. My wife and I just had our first boy. He's now eight months. What I am wondering is if anyone out there would be willing to let my wife and I hunt? Bow or whatever. See, with me being a Kansas City firefighter, I'm required to live within the city limits of Kansas City. Which means providing a nice house in a decent neighborhood to raise my son, we cannot afford to go buy a hunk of land for me to hunt on. But I would love to. Any farmers that need any help on there farms, or would even take cash for letting my wife and I hunt would mean more to me than almost anything, besides my boy! Thanks for any help, anyone who reads this and may know someone. Please forward this message. My number is 816-868-9382, and my email is Thanks again.

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RE: Deer Hunting

Just had a 8 pt (from what I could tell) buck run across the road in front of me...

RE: Deer Hunting

Go to and scroll down to the 3rd piece of property. I'm not affiliated with them. for 58 bucks a month you could have a place to bowhunt and camp.

RE: Deer Hunting

Have you checked to see if there are any public lands near you where you could hunt? Check out the website below.

Here is a link that might be useful: Mo. Public Lands atlas

RE: Deer Hunting

The only thing wrong with public land is the public may be there, you never know. Your own place will be less likely to have interference from others.

RE: Deer Hunting

You may want to post on, it's a free ad. Just watch for trolls. May want to post in the 'farm and garden'.

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