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Looking to trade Missouri Whitetail hunt for Texas Axis #5422103 11/15/14 03:49 PM
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Just like the title states, I would like to trade access to my Missouri farm for access to a place that has low fence free range Axis and/or Blackbuck. I would like this to be a 2 person hunt (myself and my Father in law).

About our place: It is part of a 200 to 300 acre farm that was split a couple years ago among family members. We bought the timbered creek part of the place. It is over 1/2 (maybe a mile) long and 350 to 700yards wide (follows the creek). We have 70 acres total and about 15 acres is in food plots and the southern border is part of the original farm and had corn planted this year. The place is just North of Mexico, Missouri. There are lots of deer on the place and that travel through with very good chance at encountering 150+ class mature bucks. We have a mineral site and three nice stands on the property right now. You can not bait in Missouri by any means, so the food plots work awesome to draw in the deer. My FIL also owns another 100+ acre farm that is must SE of Montgomery City, MO (about 30 miles away) that could be hunted as well. Can't remember how many stands he has on it, I think only 1. But, it is a nice corn farm with wet weather creek winding through the field.

These places are mildly hunted (not day hunted or leased out) and we would leave the fields hunt free for a couple weeks before your arrival. There is no lodging provided. Would like to trade a week for a week.

Let me know what you have and we can get this thing sealed up for next year.

Re: Looking to trade Missouri Whitetail hunt for Texas Axis [Re: Pittstate] #5422118 11/15/14 03:58 PM
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Sounds like a good trade

Re: Looking to trade Missouri Whitetail hunt for Texas Axis [Re: Pittstate] #5422300 11/15/14 05:51 PM
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Here is an aerial of the place. Everything inside the yellow we own and the red dots are stand placements. The SE stand is around the mineral lick.


Re: Looking to trade Missouri Whitetail hunt for Texas Axis [Re: Pittstate] #5422799 11/15/14 11:05 PM
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Got any pictures of deer taken on the land or nearby?

Re: Looking to trade Missouri Whitetail hunt for Texas Axis [Re: Pittstate] #5423215 11/16/14 03:02 AM
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Do you watch Drury Outdoors? This place is the same city they are from and have taken very big deer in the area. My FIL's best friend killed a 160 class 2 years ago in the area. Don't think I still have pic anymore though.

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Where ya at Robert Stuart?!?!

Re: Looking to trade Missouri Whitetail hunt for Texas Axis [Re: Pittstate] #5429926 11/19/14 12:19 AM
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This is an excellent opportunity to hunt big Midwestern bucks. You could also scout/hunt some public land in the area while you are up there. Lots of hidden public "honey holes" if you work to find them. However, it is always nice to have a private spot in case your public spot is found though.

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