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#6079710 - 12/12/15 08:19 AM Hunting around Graham/ Young County?
jcarlson91 Offline
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Registered: 02/11/11
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Loc: Denton(hunt mills co)
Looking at buying a piece of land near Graham and was looking for some insight about hunting in the area. Deer, hogs and dove? Maybe any pictures of decent bucks in the area. Thanks

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#6081046 - 12/13/15 08:51 AM Re: Hunting around Graham/ Young County? [Re: jcarlson91]
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The area has everything needed to produce great deer. Lots of hogs and turkey.

The negative is lots of small properties with heavy hunting pressure. I would not buy there if I bordered small properties.
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#6081128 - 12/13/15 09:49 AM Re: Hunting around Graham/ Young County? [Re: jcarlson91]
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Ar county with mostly nocturnal deer, I wouldn't but that's just me, good luck.

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#6081562 - 12/13/15 02:24 PM Re: Hunting around Graham/ Young County? [Re: jcarlson91]
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I've owned less than a 100 acres in SW Young county for the past 7+ years. As others have said, lots of hogs/turkeys and actually some really good deer genetics but also as said, a good bit of hunting pressure being only 2 hours or so from the metromess. I tend to not see a bunch of deer annually but the ones I do see tend to be nice and mature. I rattled in and missed on a 130-140" buck this season before Thanksgiving. If you buy out there, be leary of your neighboring properties I would say. If I had to do over, I'd probably buy out a bit further west, Haskell county or so. That extra hour of driving, seems to back off some of the metromess hunters and there seems to be an abundance of daytime game out in Haskell county, especially around the Double Salt Fork of the Brazos area. My two cents for what it's worth..

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#6081566 - 12/13/15 02:25 PM Re: Hunting around Graham/ Young County? [Re: DQ Kid]
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Originally Posted By: DQ Kid
I've owned less than a 100 acres in SW Young county for the past 7+ years. As others have said, lots of hogs/turkeys and actually some really good deer genetics but also as said, a good bit of hunting pressure being only 2 hours or so from the metromess. I tend to not see a bunch of deer annually but the ones I do see tend to be nice and mature. I rattled in and missed on a 130-140" buck this season before Thanksgiving. If you buy out there, be leary of your neighboring properties I would say. If I had to do over, I'd probably buy out a bit further west, Haskell county or so. That extra hour of driving, seems to back off some of the metromess hunters and there seems to be an abundance of daytime game out in Haskell county, especially around the Double Salt Fork of the Brazos area. My two cents for what it's worth..


Not to mention price per acre is about $500 or so less out in Haskell county.

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#6082115 - 12/13/15 07:34 PM Re: Hunting around Graham/ Young County? [Re: jcarlson91]
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Registered: 02/11/11
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Loc: Denton(hunt mills co)
Thanks for the advice guys

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#6082394 - 12/13/15 09:56 PM Re: Hunting around Graham/ Young County? [Re: jcarlson91]
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Anywhere near rux road?
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