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Looking to get some land #5622995 02/27/15 03:10 AM
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Since deer season is over and I am not on a lease anymore, I am looking to buy some land. I live in south Houston and would like to get about 40 to 100 acres. i would like land out near the hill country, but it is just so expensive. I would like to get something within 4 hours of my house. I would bowhunt and rifle hunt on it. Could anyone give any suggestions on where to go to look. I would also like north east Texas.

Re: Looking to get some land [Re: outdoorsman916] #5623062 02/27/15 03:45 AM
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Anywhere close to a bigger city is gonna be more. As far as where to go, you need to decide that.

Re: Looking to get some land [Re: outdoorsman916] #5623074 02/27/15 03:53 AM
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go east texas near the border with LA for good price/ac ;

4 hrs to Comanche/Eastland area expect $3000/ac

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