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#5873410 - 08/11/15 10:32 AM Hardeman County Deer Hunting
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Have a couple buddies that leased a couple thousand acres north of Godlett off 680. They are about to get some feeders going but just wanted to know if any of you guys had any reviews about the area or possibly the quality of bucks. Thanks in advance.
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#5874083 - 08/11/15 05:42 PM Re: Hardeman County Deer Hunting [Re: tdecker22]
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The closer to the river they are the better the hunting gets. There are some true monsters killed in that area most every year. A lot of that will depend on cover and past hunting practices on the place. The genetics are there.
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#5874107 - 08/11/15 05:54 PM Re: Hardeman County Deer Hunting [Re: tdecker22]
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That's some good country my friend. I wouldn't have doubts about the place. And like said above the closer to the river the better.
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