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    Or the Sept. Kansas disabled season. Now we're talking.
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    Not yet. Iowa also has a Sept disabled season.
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    Iowa technically has 2 disabled seasons. First disabled season is the same as youth season. This year it was Sept. 20 thru Oct 5th. They also have a non-ambulatory tag severely disabled residents can get. (Not sure about non-res). That tag allows you to hunt from opening day of the first deer season (youth/disabled) till the very last day of late muzzy/bow season, with the weapon of your choice (muzzy, shotgun, bow, crossbow, pistol?) That's the tag I get.

    Anddddd I still haven't been out once all fall... The buck I wanted, my brother shot...
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    The early brother gets the worm.

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    Hey you all...let me know and David and I will meet up with you too! If we go to Iowa maybe Willy can come too. We'll call this one the carecure hunt!

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    That'll work!

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    Since I am not hunting these days and don't have a deer of my own to brag up, I will show off my grand niece's first buck. She got the 8 pointer yesterday morning. She and her dad went hunting about 30 miles out of Denver where they live. They hit the lwoods about 6:30 a.m. and after walking about 100 yards she saw it standing broad side. Easy shot. They were back home around 7:30. Melissa is still on cloud 9. lol The thought crossed my mind that those mountains would pose a real challenge for someone in a wheelchair.

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    That's awesome 55. Nice muley!
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