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Trinity County Hunting? #2287388 05/03/11 06:18 PM
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Has anyone hunted Trinity County?

How is the deer hunting, hog, and other?


Re: Trinity County Hunting? [Re: TexShadow74] #2287393 05/03/11 06:22 PM
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There are absolutely no deer in Trinity County. There are especially no good bucks out there so don't bother looking for any on the Texas Big Game Awards website.


Re: Trinity County Hunting? [Re: TexShadow74] #2287909 05/03/11 10:48 PM
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Trinity county is one of the better East Texas counties with some really good low fence deer over the years, Around Groveton, and Trinity as well as down 356 towards Onalaska. I used to hunt in Glendale between Groveton and Trinity and there were some really nice deer there.


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There's plenty of deer in the county.... There are very few across the river though


Re: Trinity County Hunting? [Re: ETXbuckman] #2289841 05/04/11 09:28 PM
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Originally Posted By: ETXbuckman
There are absolutely no deer in Trinity County. There are especially no good bucks out there so don't bother looking for any on the Texas Big Game Awards website.


John - you wouldn't happen to have a few nice ones tied up in that county for you this coming season would ya? woot Just a wondering!


Re: Trinity County Hunting? [Re: kyotee1] #2289858 05/04/11 09:39 PM
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There are absolutely no deer in Trinity County. There are especially no good bucks out there so don't bother looking for any on the Texas Big Game Awards website.


John - you wouldn't happen to have a few nice ones tied up in that county for you this coming season would ya? woot Just a wondering!


No sir. None at all whistle


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Re: Trinity County Hunting? [Re: ETXbuckman] #2291768 05/05/11 06:32 PM
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Hows the hog, predator hunting and are there any birds? I'm not much on the bird hunting but a couple of guys are.


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Originally Posted By: TexShadow74
Hows the hog, predator hunting and are there any birds? I'm not much on the bird hunting but a couple of guys are.


There are lots of birds. Chee-chee birds and tweety birds being the most common. If you're looking for turkey you're about flat out of luck. Seen some woodcock from time to time, and occasionally some woodducks make their way over from the river, but for the most part you're looking at deer and hogs (and there are a ton of hogs).


Re: Trinity County Hunting? [Re: ETXbuckman] #2299551 05/09/11 08:01 PM
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Originally Posted By: TexShadow74
Hows the hog, predator hunting and are there any birds? I'm not much on the bird hunting but a couple of guys are.


There are lots of birds. Chee-chee birds and tweety birds being the most common.


What a crack-up...haven't heard chee-chee birds named for over 20 years except from an uncle back around that time before he passed.


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