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Somerville County (Glen Rose) #5432229 11/20/14 01:53 AM
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Anyone else hunting in Somerville county? I bought 30 acres in 2013 the kids only pulled does off the first year. On every hunt this year my son and I typically see 8 or 10 does and 1-2 immature bucks. Waiting on this guy to show up or something bigger. I think he is a bit young, but the older buck from last year is a no show. So someone likely got him. 8(




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Re: Somerville County (Glen Rose) [Re: MajorJeff] #5432278 11/20/14 02:15 AM
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We're east of town, seeing several does & a few marginal bucks each time out.. There are good ones out there but we haven't seen them recently..


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Re: Somerville County (Glen Rose) [Re: MajorJeff] #5434508 11/21/14 03:14 AM
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We are west of town atop of Chalk Mountain about a mile or so from the entrance of Rough Creek Lodge.

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Re: Somerville County (Glen Rose) [Re: MajorJeff] #5434737 11/21/14 07:17 AM
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He's a dandy! Good luck...my wife's parents live south of town down 144. The AR restrictions have helped GR greatly...

Let us know if you get him!

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