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Drawn for Chaparral WMA Youth Hunt #5346668 10/07/14 06:10 PM
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My son was drawn for the youth hunt at Chaparral WMA for antlerless/spike. Has anyone been drawn for this hunt in the past and if so could you shed some light on what to expect? I read that there are some blinds in place, however I intend to bring a popup as well in case we need to relocate or if the provided stands are POS.

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sorry can't help with info. enjoy the time & best wishes flag



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Re: Drawn for Chaparral WMA Youth Hunt [Re: kdkane1971] #5349421 10/09/14 01:02 AM
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There will be several box "youth" blinds on your hunting area like this:


There are also tripods and some ground blinds available.

The campground used to be nice but with all the oil and gas traffic it's more like camping next to I-35.

Definitely a great place to get a permit. Have fun and make some good memories.




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Originally Posted By: Whiptail

There will be several box "youth" blinds on your hunting area like this:


There are also tripods and some ground blinds available.

The campground used to be nice but with all the oil and gas traffic it's more like camping next to I-35.

Definitely a great place to get a permit. Have fun and make some good memories.




coolpics awsome place beat wishes flag



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Re: Drawn for Chaparral WMA Youth Hunt [Re: kdkane1971] #5349763 10/09/14 02:55 AM
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Great place to hunt and super people there at the WMA. You will have a fun hunt. Look on several of my previous hunt posts for pics of both the youth and either sex hunts. We were there for the Dec youth deer hunt.

Re: Drawn for Chaparral WMA Youth Hunt [Re: kdkane1971] #5350394 10/09/14 04:04 PM
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Thank you guys - we are looking forward to it!

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I was drawn for a predator hunt there several years ago. My partner and I had several thousand acres of hunting area to ourselves. We hunted the stands, set up quick blinds along the cuts and hid near a few ponds...the brush was too thick to really get into. We saw several does and javelinas. At that time they had a rattlesnake study going on so you couldn't kill them and we found a few. We didn't kill anything, but time. I did enjoy the wilderness though. We stayed at a motel about 15 minutes away. Good luck!


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