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Any starr or hidalgo county hunters??? Chime in #5986584 10/21/15 02:21 AM
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Well season is upon anyone hunt way down south i have a lease in starr county would be great to have a group from the deep south and talk about the deer in our area

Re: Any starr or hidalgo county hunters??? Chime in [Re: hogreaper] #5987767 10/21/15 09:04 PM
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Anyone?

Re: Any starr or hidalgo county hunters??? Chime in [Re: hogreaper] #5989487 10/22/15 09:59 PM
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Our family owns 96 acres in Duval County, about 10 miles south of San Diego. I am also on a 1,000 acre low-fence lease in Starr County. I have been bow hunting our family property twice, but I haven't killed anything yet. We were at the Starr County lease this past weekend feeding and fixing blinds. I haven't done much scouting at the lease, but our 96 acre ranch has a couple of bucks I'm after. I'll be hunting both properties this season. To say that I'm freaking excited is an understatement.


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Re: Any starr or hidalgo county hunters??? Chime in [Re: hogreaper] #5989627 10/22/15 11:20 PM
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Nice i have a couple young bucks but no shooters yet but will have to take a spike or 2 and let the other younger bucks get older in january ill start protein feeding as this is my first season on this new lease im on

Re: Any starr or hidalgo county hunters??? Chime in [Re: hogreaper] #5989969 10/23/15 02:54 AM
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Where is your lease?


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Re: Any starr or hidalgo county hunters??? Chime in [Re: hogreaper] #5990065 10/23/15 04:55 AM
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Im from down there and things look pretty good. My inlaws have just shy of 5k ac in starr by san isidro, and wife has 850ac on the jim hogg starr line just north of diamond o and looks good there as well. Our place in hidalgo has very little deer but with the spring rains, i know a lot of people have said things look promising. I personally think the wt didnt have the dehydration stress and plenty to forage on due to spring/summer rains during their antler growth unlike in previous years.


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Re: Any starr or hidalgo county hunters??? Chime in [Re: hogreaper] #5990280 10/23/15 01:45 PM
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Originally Posted By: hogreaper
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Did we already talk about this on another thread?


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I think we have bud

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I hunt in Duval as well, (had a lease in Starr at one time). Captain Luke, we are pretty close to each other. You gotta be pretty close to Gonzalitoz huh? I'm 7.5 miles South of Gonzalitoz (Rios area).

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Originally Posted By: skinnerback
I hunt in Duval as well, (had a lease in Starr at one time). Captain Luke, we are pretty close to each other. You gotta be pretty close to Gonzalitoz huh? I'm 7.5 miles South of Gonzalitoz (Rios area).


We are about 2 miles north of Gonzalitos on 1329, then east on 202 a couple of miles.


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I hunt in Duval as well, (had a lease in Starr at one time). Captain Luke, we are pretty close to each other. You gotta be pretty close to Gonzalitoz huh? I'm 7.5 miles South of Gonzalitoz (Rios area).


We are about 2 miles north of Gonzalitos on 1329, then east on 202 a couple of miles.


We're off of 211.

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Brother-in-law shot this 8 pointer in Duval County last Tuesday. I also hunted my Starr County lease this past weekend and saw about 10 doe and some fawns but no bucks. Any of you guys seen anything interesting in Starr or Duval?


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If you want some friendly advice, get a haircut and take a bath. You wouldn't get hassled so much.


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Opening weekend just does ill be out there saturday hopefully a good buck will step out if not im taking a doe to fill the freezer

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