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    I have seen tons and I have seen almost none on opening weekend. One thing that I can say is that the hunters in Kansas have always been polite. They have always let you have a field if you were the first one there. I can't say the same for other states I have hunted in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyLow View Post
    I have actually kicked around the idea of purchasing a NE license and hunting there for the first couple of days but would rather not if it is not needed. Thanks for any advice you can give!
    I hunted the NE opener. Stayed in Alma and hunted all public west of there to Beaver City. Not many birds.
    Last edited by BritChaser; 11-03-2018 at 02:04 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyLow View Post
    Thanks for the responses everyone. I appreciate it.
    going to skip the opener, for obvious reasons, and go after TG, when, finally, most of the corn/milo/hunters will be out of the fields.
    the birds that don't end up in the freezers, will be staying in uncut fields during the day after Sat/Sun...yes, i will see less birds, but i will gladly deal with that.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by hunter94 View Post
    when, finally, most of the corn/milo/hunters will be out of the fields.
    Uncut milo and corn seem to vacuum up the pheasants.
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