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Live from N. Brown Co. #6945871
11/04/17 01:59 PM
11/04/17 01:59 PM
Joined: Feb 2009
Posts: 20
Dallas, TX
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kb1035 Offline OP
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K

Joined: Feb 2009
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Dallas, TX
Just had doe and yearling hit feeder for about 10 min. Now a dang cow has moved in.

Beautiful morning. 60 degrees and just a faint breath of wind. Have heard about 7-8 shots in the distance.


"Man - despite his artistic pretensions, his sophistication, and his many accomplishments - owes his existence to a six inch layer of topsoil and the fact that it rains." --Anonymous
Re: Live from N. Brown Co. [Re: kb1035] #6946046
11/04/17 04:40 PM
11/04/17 04:40 PM
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Kyle, TX
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Kyle, TX
I typically hunt coleman county where our land is, but have a buddy that has a little land in Brown Co which is where I grew up. He let's me come out each year and take a doe or 2. They always seem to be a bit larger in the body that what we see on our ranch. May just have better natural feed in that particular area. Good luck out there!


James
Kyle, TX
Hunt near Santa Anna, TX
Re: Live from N. Brown Co. [Re: kb1035] #6946061
11/04/17 05:00 PM
11/04/17 05:00 PM
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Dallas, TX
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kb1035 Offline OP
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Dallas, TX
Thanks.

Didn't see anything else at the blind but jumped a 6-pt and another unknown deer on way back to camp. Wind has really picked up now. Should make for an interesting afternoon hunt.

Good luck out there.


"Man - despite his artistic pretensions, his sophistication, and his many accomplishments - owes his existence to a six inch layer of topsoil and the fact that it rains." --Anonymous
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