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Hamlin & Stamford ?'s #5945076 09/24/15 11:24 PM
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How is the deer herd out that way? I'm sure the hog population is great. Any info would be great!

Re: Hamlin & Stamford ?'s [Re: ACKHNTR] #5945529 09/25/15 03:47 AM
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Depends on where your at. There are some really good deer but not a lot of numbers. Supposedly a really good stretch to hunt out of hamlin but hard to find a spot.

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Thanks for the info! It's about 7 miles east of Hamlin going towards Stamford in jones co.
Anyone else? Opinions?

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There are no deer in that area grin

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Low deer density area but chance for a brute! Espicially if you are on the south side of 92...got any wheat around where u hunt? That will certainly help...

Hunt hard and long...those big West Texas deer are a real waiting game most of the time.

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