Kansas buck on my brother's trail cam

Discussion in 'Trail Cameras And Photos' started by 1357MAG, Dec 21, 2009.

  1. 1357MAG

    1357MAG Well-Known Member

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    My brother moved to Kansas, July 2008. He has been seeing some nice bucks since he has been out there. He had shot a nice ten pointer, but now he wants this one. Well maybe, next year. I think I am going to see what I can do about moving out there as well. Since I lost my job, it is easier for me to contemplate the move.











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  2. trebark

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    great googly moogly...that's reason enough to move to Kansas.
     
  3. Coyboy

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    Get an apartment with a spare bedroom, I'll be there in November!
     
  4. 1357MAG

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    I have to find a place for my wife, the 5 kids and myself first! I am sure we can put you up somewhere on a cot! LOL!
    All kidding aside, I have to get out of the National Socialist Republic of Nazi Jersey. It's not healthy to live here.
     
  5. 1357MAG

    1357MAG Well-Known Member

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    Ooh!, you are in the custom business? I have to check out your site!gun)
     
  6. Coyboy

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    How old are your kids? Kansas could be quite a culture shock for them, thats for sure.

    Midwest living is tough to beat, I don't blame you for wanting to run out of NJ
     
  7. 1357MAG

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    6, 5, 4, 2, and 6 months. I was speaking with my brother about jobs and he said it was like the recession has not even hit there as bad as it did here. I have been out of work for just over a year...rough as h&!!
    Even though I am in the NW corner, which is still very scenic, it is still NJ.
     
  8. Coyboy

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    If your going to do it do it now.

    Those kids get any older and the whole relocation thing will get way difficult.
     
  9. 1357MAG

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    Coyboy,
    I am working on a game plan. First I have to find a job. I heve been out of work for quite some time. My last position was for the Army as a civilian contractor. Contract had ended.
    If I could just get a prospective employer to answer me back, preferrably from Kansas, I would be a bit ahead of the game.
    Merry Christmas to you and your family.
     
  10. Boozer

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    I'd say that's about an average size buck for where I hunt here in KS. We grow 'em big here! As for your job, I work for a pretty large General Contractor here in KC, and the market is pretty tough here. Lot of people getting laid off. Best of luck to you man....
     
  11. HUAINAMACHERO

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    That is one good looking buck, and a great picture, up close and personal.
    Good luck finding a job. Happy new year.
     
  12. 1357MAG

    1357MAG Well-Known Member

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    Thank you Boozer.
     
  13. 1357MAG

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    Thank you, and Happy New Year to you too!
     
  14. Chas1

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    NW corner of NJ...hell that's out in the country or at least a far cry different than Newark or Bayonne. It at least puts you in a much better position to adapt to KS lifestyle and scenary. Best of luck to you and yours whatever your decision.