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#6494801 - 10/14/16 06:42 AM Tyler County
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Green Horn

Registered: 09/26/16
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Anyone hunt or live in/near Tyler county? My family has had land there ever since I can remember. I used to go up there with my pops twice a month during the season, but over the last 6 years I've only managed to make it once a season. I plan on this year being different. Anyone seen any decent deer or hog sign up there? How's the accor crop coming this year?

#6496092 - 10/15/16 12:57 AM Re: Tyler County [Re: 357MAX]
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Registered: 08/09/10
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Loc: Woodville, TX
I live in Polk County but work in Tyler County. I see plenty of deer on 190 between Woodville and the AC Reservation in Polk County. I was working nights in August and saw a very nice 10pt in a field just south of town two nights in a row. Lots of deer out near 256 and the air port. The only hogs I've seen live off Phillips St behind the High School. I'm sure there are plenty elsewhere.

#6499011 - 10/17/16 10:49 AM Re: Tyler County [Re: 357MAX]
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Green Horn

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My place is NNW of Woodville off of 1745 between Chester and Colmesneil. Last year I was only able to make a trip up during October due to my wife being pregnant and close to due. I wasn't going to take a chance hunting with no cell service and having my wife go into labor. I did see 2 pretty decent fairly young bucks when I was there. One was a maybe for AR restricitons and the other I would have shot had it been rifle season. also saw plenty of hog sign in varying stages of freshness, but no hogs. Since I don't get to make it up there very often I don't really care what comes in front of the sights (buck, doe or hog) just so long as it's legal and big enough to put some meat in the freezer!


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