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Comanche Co #2731550 11/08/11 04:00 PM
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Hey guys Im hoping someone can clarify this for me. I have asked a few people and want to make sure im reading the bag limits/seasons right in the Outdoor Annual.

Can you shoot a doe in Comanche County during the general season? In november. Or can you only shoot a doe during the special anterless/spike extended season?

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Perfectly legal during the regular season and the late special season.


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Regular season PLUS the "extended". Don't know about your area, but we're off FM 573 and have a ton of does! What I saw Saturday were 19 deer - all were does with fawns and one young 6pter! I think our bucks did a great job last year, and wore themselves out! The big bucks just haven't showed up this season so far!



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