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#7218487 - 07/08/18 02:31 AM Disabled hunter but not a Vet.
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Registered: 11/11/16
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I am looking for somewhere affordable for my son and I to hunt this year for deer. We are avid hunter but I was in a hunting related accident in 2013 that left me crippled up. Due to my not being able to work I had to give up our lease and we now have no where to hunt. I am not looking for a hand out but I cannot afford a commercial type hunting outfit. I am willing to pay as much as I can for the opportunity to hunt for a week or so and we are very management minded and experienced! West or south Texas would be a blessing . We live in NE Texas and are willing and able to travel any where. If you have something or know somebody please email me at whitesflooring@att.net. my name is Kenneth THANKS in advance for any leads

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#7218900 - 07/08/18 05:36 PM Re: Disabled hunter but not a Vet. [Re: "FallGuy"]
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