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Edwards County #6981869
12/04/17 02:09 PM
12/04/17 02:09 PM
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Richmond, Texas
jim1961 Offline OP
THF Trophy Hunter
jim1961  Offline OP
THF Trophy Hunter

Joined: Dec 2008
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Richmond, Texas
Haven't made it up since Thanksgiving when overall movement was slow. There were lots of acorns still on the trees and the ground. Only saw young bucks sniffing around. Just curious on any reports from the last week or so. Thanks guys.

Re: Edwards County [Re: jim1961] #6982077
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Similar this weekend but getting better. More movement, more chasing. I bet it blows up when that front hits this week.

Re: Edwards County [Re: jim1961] #6982091
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They were chasing hard the week of thanksgiving. Bow hunting feeders was terrible, but sitting in a rifle stand with good views was productive. Still a ton of acorns around. If it stays cold/cloudy/wet this Wednesday, Iím sure feeder activity will pick up.

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