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Let's get a show of hands.
I hope to, but it's much more likely I just blast hogs.
Guaran-damn-tee some beers will die though. Who else?
wish I had a lease man...
"As we reach into the future, it is well that we remember the past." -The 12th Man himself
I wish I had more than 40 measley acres so that I might invite more Ags out.
I've got one coming and we'll be bringing the thunder. On what, I don't know.
I'm gonna run through hoes like no other... Wait I mean does.
I'll be happy if I see a single deer with the damned pigs and heavy acorn crop this year.
Here's bow season. As you can see, not deer.
Looking to find a place after I graduate in December. Wish I already had one
The lady bought me a savage 270 with an accutrigger that I'm gonna slaughter'em with. Nothing better than killing deer am an Aggie game on opening day!
...who the heck seriously knows except God, and Sumlin. ~ Aggiemom6
Where wilst thou be, dmo?
this big guy went down Monday morning at 11:53am ( I was staying out til noon) 5&1/2 and 130bc. Hunt on a MLD lease in east Texas, The big guys are running, be ready.
I will be in the stand all weekend. Can't wait. Just hope the moon doesn't mess it up for us this weekend.
Great deer, that's about as big as they get at my place. Congrats.
Where is your place? The moon typically means they'll be out much later in the morning than they normally would be. Just sit all day instead of the normal morning/evening hunts and you'll be fine.
on another note, as a Hunters Safety educator for the state of Texas, please be careful with the beers and guns and keep in mind the message and influence you have on young ones that hunt with you. Not preaching ,just asking. Be safe, be courteous, be wise.
I have got land in Leon Co. I will be staying out all day Sunday. I got to come in early Saturday to catch the game though. Can't miss that. Here is a pick of the two we got last year. Not on our place though. It was near Utopia
We will be out all weekend. Taking the ol lady out to try and get her first deer. Got a nice nine picked out for her that hopefully we will see. We have the pleasure of hunting close to home and can come back into town to watch the game and go back out for the afternoon hunt. Good luck to everyone.
Youngest with me is 34, so great news on that front.
That's a great situation to be in. The only reason my current place is for sale is because I want to be closer to Houston to hopefully have a similar situation.
Good luck, post pics if you get one.
Didn't you post on the bowhunting thread a month ago that you hunt in Caldwell or was that someone else?
I'm in between Caldwell and Lexington, about 11 miles from each of off FM696.
It's right at 2 hours from my door in Houston, which doesn't seem that far, but with a 3-yr-old and one on the way, I need to be close enough to take the youngster. He goes nuclear in the car after about an hour.
Wilson county this weekend.
Nacogdoches high fenced in a couple weeks Cam
Ya I'm in Washington county. Just a hop skip and a jump across the lake from ya.
West Texas in between two towns called Crane and McCamey, 6000 acres low fence some whitetail but mostly mule deer. The only thing that sucks is Mule Deer season is only 3 weeks and starts right after Thanksgiving.
How are the deer there? I drive through Brenham and Somerville on the way to my place and I see a lot of deer off the road and some dead bucks during the rut, but they're never very big. That said, I'm sure it's like my place - the bigger bucks know better than to run the roads.
When I sell my place, I may be looking in between Navasota and Brenham off 105 a little bit. Pretty set on LaGrange, but I'm going to look around.
Got some pics, about 2-1/2 weeks ago, of this buck keeping this doe out in the open to keep her away from other suitors, When I first saw them, they were laying down in the wide open about 100 yards off the highway, about 5 miles south of La Grange. He kept cutting her off from wandering into the cover on either side of the pasture, all while I stood there shooting. In contrast, I sat in a tower blind Sunday morning down in Duval County and watched 3 bucks, all between 130 and 150, eat crack together in the sendero in front of me. All had dry hocks and not even thinking about does. Heading back to La Grange tomorrow after working all week here in Zavala County.
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