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South Texas vs Hill Country #4110443 03/09/13 01:54 PM
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Which place in Texas do you believe is better for axis deer? Where do they tend to get bigger?

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It depends on the individual property

Neither one is better than the other


For it is not the quarry that we truly seek, but the adventure.
Re: South Texas vs Hill Country [Re: txtrophy85] #4110707 03/09/13 04:18 PM
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Originally Posted By: axismaster
Which place in Texas do you believe is better for axis deer? Where do they tend to get bigger?


What about East Texas, West Texas, and the Panhandle??? confused2 Don't they matter??? confused2

Re: South Texas vs Hill Country [Re: Eland Slayer] #4110819 03/09/13 05:32 PM
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Which place in Texas do you believe is better for axis deer? Where do they tend to get bigger?


What about East Texas, West Texas, and the Panhandle??? confused2 Don't they matter??? confused2



Well, I'm doing the two places that seem to have the most axis.

Re: South Texas vs Hill Country [Re: axismaster] #4110917 03/09/13 06:37 PM
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Originally Posted By: axismaster
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Which place in Texas do you believe is better for axis deer? Where do they tend to get bigger?


What about East Texas, West Texas, and the Panhandle??? confused2 Don't they matter??? confused2



Well, I'm doing the two places that seem to have the most axis.


LOL....I'm just giving you a hard time.

But realistically, there are probably just as many or more Axis in East Texas than in South Texas.

Re: South Texas vs Hill Country [Re: Eland Slayer] #4110923 03/09/13 06:42 PM
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Which place in Texas do you believe is better for axis deer? Where do they tend to get bigger?


What about East Texas, West Texas, and the Panhandle??? confused2 Don't they matter??? confused2



Well, I'm doing the two places that seem to have the most axis.


LOL....I'm just giving you a hard time.

But realistically, there are probably just as many or more Axis in East Texas than in South Texas.


Really? Never really thought that. Then again I've never really hunted in East Texas.

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Originally Posted By: Eland Slayer
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Which place in Texas do you believe is better for axis deer? Where do they tend to get bigger?


What about East Texas, West Texas, and the Panhandle??? confused2 Don't they matter??? confused2


no, they don't. west texas maybe. Piss on the other parts


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Re: South Texas vs Hill Country [Re: txtrophy85] #4111244 03/09/13 10:42 PM
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To be 100% honest, they do better acros the board on hill country places.

But, on certain places in south Texas they do well. In certain places in the hill country they dont do well


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Originally Posted By: txtrophy85
To be 100% honest, they do better acros the board on hill country places.

But, on certain places in south Texas they do well. In certain places in the hill country they dont do well
Yep

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I would vote for the place with the best soil.


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I vote Hill country from experience. Lots of axis around Uvalde

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I think the Hill Country is more suited long term for a majority of the exotics. Hoof wear, less parasites, etc.

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