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Baylor County #6056158 11/29/15 06:41 PM
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Anyone had any luck in Baylor Co? I'm new on a lease in Baylor Co. (hwy 114 & 1769) this year and hadn't seen many deer. In this area there are wheat fields everywhere and I don't see many deer eating out in the fields. I also see deer blinds on every corner, so I'm thinking this area may be over hunted. I hunted in Foard Co for 11 years and always had deer coming to my feeder but not here. Another hunter had a camera out and didn't see a deer at his feeder for 5 days. Anyone else having the same luck in this County?

Re: Baylor County [Re: Sidebuster] #6059646 12/01/15 04:36 AM
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I am surprised you do not see much in that area I just drove through there yesterday

of course it is so close to Jacksboro and the rest of the metromess that it could get shot out in an hour with day hunters and "leases" that are way over filled

there is a ton of wheat around there too and I did not see any deer in any of the fields

properties west of there for sale on lands of Texas show some nice deer, but those pics could be from 19 and 82 or something like that as well.....of course some others just say "great hunting" and show no animals as well haha

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