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  1. #1
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    Default Kansas Trip

    Ok, just going to put it out here. My son and I are planning a Kansas hunt the week prior to Christmas and I'm looking to focus in this area Russell, Ellsworth, Lincoln, Saline, Osborne, Mitchell and Ottawa counties. Looking primarily for hunter friendly lodging recommendations for 2-3 hunter and just as many dogs. Would prefer a house to rent but hunter friendly hotel/motel is great too. Looking at public land and might try knocking on doors too. We had to cancel SD trip as the timing didn't mesh with my sons college exams....any suggestions are greatly appreciated, thanks in advance for taking the time to read and/or reply. Hope everyone is having a good start to the season.
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    Bella - 5 yr old Brittany
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    Econo lodge in Hays was dog friendly. Nice room good staff

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    Thanks for the tip Turtle!
    River - 3 yr old English Setter
    http://gundogcentral.com/view_pedigr...&generations=5
    Bella - 5 yr old Brittany
    http://gundogcentral.com/view_pedigr...&generations=5
    Ellie - 6 yr old Yellow Lab
    Jazi - 12/30/2005 -- 10/13/2017
    Kaci - 3/23/01 - -10/8/15

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    Any Motel 6 is always dog friendly. The one in Salina looks bad from the outside. But the rooms are always good. Haven't been there in a couple years though. The Lodge in Russell is about as good of hunting hotel as I have ever stayed in. Great rates, good rooms and a nice breakfast. They cater to the pheasant hunters. Good luck on your hunt

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    Check with the Rock City motel in Minneapolis. It's right in the area you want to hunt and a small town motel vs a chain. I'm not sure if they are dog friendly or not.

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    Post Rock Hotel in Lincoln KS is real nice and dog friendly. a lot of could WIHA areas in that area also.

    Phone: 785-524-4424

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    Lovin Huntin’ Jones Club
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    Marc & Coleen Lovin
    Categories: Hunting, Hunting Lodges
    300 S Main St
    Sylvan Grove, KS 67481
    785-526-7864

    They rent a house in Sylvan Grove which is real nice and dog friendly and they are real nice people. Have not stayed there in a while.

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    Lovewell has a pet friendly cabin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrownDogsCan2 View Post
    Lovewell has a pet friendly cabin.
    I have stayed at Lovewell once. There used to be some good cover around there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carptom1 View Post
    I have stayed at Lovewell once. There used to be some good cover around there.
    We hunted geese their a long time ago. the best part of the trip was eating at the buffalo roam in Mankato.

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