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#6525407 - 11/03/16 10:40 AM Anyone else think this is confusing ?
texaspirate Offline
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Registered: 07/13/14
Posts: 114
I read it in the outdoor annual Then today in Texas parks and wildlife post " Special Late Antlerless and Spike-Buck Season” replaced with a “Special Late Season” for antlerless deer and “unbranched antlered bucks”

Sounds the same to me ? Like lawyers writing something to make it hard

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#6525412 - 11/03/16 10:41 AM Re: Anyone else think this is confusing ? [Re: texaspirate]
BuffaloSpringsRD Offline
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Registered: 12/16/13
Posts: 213
Loc: The Colony
Last year only spike on both sides could be taken durning the special season. Now one unbranched antler qualifies.

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#6525465 - 11/03/16 11:11 AM Re: Anyone else think this is confusing ? [Re: texaspirate]
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Registered: 03/01/07
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Loc: Carrollton/ Young, Blanco coun...
No, I don't find the outdoor annual confusing at all.

They simplified the rule because too many people didn't know the difference between an actual spike and a buck with an unbranched antler.

The rule changed from previous years “Special Late Antlerless and Spike-buck Season”
And was replaced with “Special Late Season for antlerless deer and unbranched antlered bucks.”
Effective Sept 1 2016.

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