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Pedernales SP antlerless/spike anyone been? #5334407 09/30/14 07:22 PM
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Hi...well, I was drawn for this hunt along with my pops.....figure mainly a meat hunt but I did notice possibility of some exotics. I plan on taking one of my favorite leverguns but may take something a little larger than 30-30 if there are axis/fallow or auodad. Any info from someone that has been successful or not. Thanks in advance.


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Re: Pedernales SP antlerless/spike anyone been? [Re: safdm44] #5335504 10/01/14 03:16 AM
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no one??


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Re: Pedernales SP antlerless/spike anyone been? [Re: safdm44] #5335562 10/01/14 04:02 AM
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I hunted Pedernales a few years back. I was successful in taking a doe. During my hunt there were no exotics spotted other than a few feral goats up in the high rocky areas. Several folks killed deer, and a few killed hogs.

The assigned "blinds" were little more than cedar piles during my hunt. Some were good, some weren't. My advice is to try your first location for a day and a half or so. If you haven't found much sign (tracks, droppings) or seen anything at that point, you might try to change to a more-productive spot. My first spot was terrible, but my second was pretty good. If you have deer in your area they will find the corn.

The workers there can be helpful, just depends on who's there.

Best of luck to you.


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