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#6110577 - 12/30/15 08:09 PM Donley County
teamtigers34 Offline
Light Foot

Registered: 12/16/15
Posts: 18
What can y'all tell me about Donley County as far as population and quality of Whitetail and Mule deer? Thanks for any info you can provide.

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#6110599 - 12/30/15 08:25 PM Re: Donley County [Re: teamtigers34]
Westtexan1 Offline
Woodsman

Registered: 11/30/13
Posts: 111
Can grow some studs if you have enough acerage but it is like the rest of Texas that people who hunt smaller tracts will not let most deer get to 5.5+ age structure where real trophies begine to develop. Whether you have more WT or MD is going to be completely based on what part of the county as well as population.

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#6110604 - 12/30/15 08:28 PM Re: Donley County [Re: teamtigers34]
teamtigers34 Offline
Light Foot

Registered: 12/16/15
Posts: 18
Thank you

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#6111724 - 12/31/15 01:31 PM Re: Donley County [Re: teamtigers34]
Bowtech1233 Offline
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Registered: 09/09/10
Posts: 1355
Loc: Denton County, TX
I hunt Donley. Population can be very good if the habitat is good. Our lease is split into about five different tracts. One section is mostly mulies while another section just a few miles away is 100% WT. As was said, quality can be very good depending on size of property, neighbors, etc.

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