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Re: DEER LEASE SCAM ALERT [Re: bowassin] #6779220 05/31/17 01:32 AM
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Talked with him too, lease sounded decent but that part about sending $1300 first sounded funny so I left it alone. Also the restriction on kiddos was a no go for me.


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Re: DEER LEASE SCAM ALERT [Re: pedrov23] #6867623 08/24/17 09:35 PM
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Originally Posted By: pedrov23
Wanted: One gun for Lampasas area. One opening (one gun) on 21 +- acres. Gated and low fenced on 3 sides with a big tank to the right of the land (is not on my property but is contiguous to it and there is no fence separating). About 1 mile from Lampasas river. Wet weather creek on back of property. Deer, lots of dove, turkey, occasional Axis, occasional Fallow, occasional hog, yotes, coon. Mix of live oak, red oak, and, oh yeah, cedar. Pasture up front, slopes, cover, bottom land with lots of cover. Surrounded by 100s of acres of same. Two bow stands on property. 2 deer feeders, 3 deer hub blinds. I am installing an automatic watering system at front end of property. Leasee may use existing equipment. No facilities, no water or electric. Overnights OK but I don't want permanent campers on the property. I have lots of photos, if interested.


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Re: DEER LEASE SCAM ALERT [Re: Cannon] #7063509 02/02/18 09:40 PM
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Originally Posted By: Cannon
I couldn't bring my self to crush that little boys' opportunity to make those memories with his dad. This will be the third year they have hunted the property for just the cost of an insurance policy.

Maybe I'm getting soft, but i was not about to take away their place to hunt, talk, and build a relationship they would cherish for a lifetime. Those who grew up hunting with their dad or granddad know what I'm talking about. I'm 40 with 2 degrees, but can promise you the most important lessons I ever learned were from my dad in a deer stand or sitting on the tailgate of a truck after a hard days work.


awesome
and I agree 100% about growing up hunting with your dad.. that's why it is SO important for me to pass that on..


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