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Axis New to Ranch #6812039 07/04/17 05:17 PM
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We've got about 3500 acres in Val Verde County and never had Axis. We now have a group or two. Do they stay long and can we possibly expect them to breed and hang around. A few of the doe's are nursing, a few juvenile Bucks and at least one mature male. We're not going to pressure them but they are taking over a couple of feeders.

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For us axis are iffy. We tend to see them a few times a year. When we started hunting them and their pattern never seemed to change, when they come through we will get a few. But I know some people that have them daily just like whitetail.


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Re: Axis New to Ranch [Re: olinecoach] #6813019 07/05/17 03:50 PM
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What part of val verde?


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Re: Axis New to Ranch [Re: olinecoach] #6813189 07/05/17 06:57 PM
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We're Northeast of 277/377 Loop just about half way between Lake Amistad and 2523. About every 2-3 years they'll show up for a few weeks then they're gone. This group has been around since February.

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