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    looks like we might have to think about wet hunting conditions. haven't had to worry about that for a few years

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    How is it west of Hays?

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    Horrible. Can't drive down any of the back roads. Roads still closed. Rained on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and rained early this morning. Now the snow is coming. With the cold temps roads won't dry out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by westksbowhunter View Post
    Horrible. Can't drive down any of the back roads. Roads still closed. Rained on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and rained early this morning. Now the snow is coming. With the cold temps roads won't dry out.
    Yikes! We are not heading that way until Thanksgiving. Hopefully it will have settled out by then. We have a cabin in Cedar Bluff State Park for the week after T-day.
    How's the predictions for this year? I have the PF reports calling out about the same as last year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carpfisher View Post
    Yikes! We are not heading that way until Thanksgiving. Hopefully it will have settled out by then. We have a cabin in Cedar Bluff State Park for the week after T-day.
    How's the predictions for this year? I have the PF reports calling out about the same as last year.
    Down a little from last year. Lots of spotty hail.

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    I'm starting to think an amphibious vehicle might be needed this season!

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    it's a long ways from opening day........better to stay off the dirt roads and not rut them up......farmers need to get in their fields to combine, probably take at least 3-4 days to dry up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hunter94 View Post
    it's a long ways from opening day........better to stay off the dirt roads and not rut them up......farmers need to get in their fields to combine, probably take at least 3-4 days to dry up.
    It is going to take longer than that. Lots of standing water in fields. Some will have to re-drill wheat and some had not even planted yet. Still have standing corn and milo as well.

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