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Movement in Burnet County #6911422
10/06/17 08:20 PM
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Iíve been out 3 days since opening day and am yet to see a deer. Plenty of bucks at night with a couple deer beginning to show up during the day. Has anyone seen anything in that area?


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Re: Movement in Burnet County [Re: SWtexashunter] #6911852
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I'm on the southern Burnet/Llano county line and I'm lots of deer but they're in acorns. Usually early morning and late afternoon. I did see a younger buck aggravating a doe this evening, she was playing hard to get.

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