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Disabled Vet Doe Hunt #7331801 10/30/18 04:00 PM
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Hi yall. New to Texas relocated from Montana for financial reasons. I'm 26 years old, and a 20% disabled USAF veteran, and know there are more deserving recipients of what I'm about to ask for than myself. But its worth a shot. My wife is hunting for her first time this year, and probably my 6-7 season hunting. We have nowhere to go, and cant afford these thousands of dollars for a hunt kind of places. We are interested in stocking up some venison more than hanging horns on the wall. We are in the DFW area, but willing to travel. So if there's anyway someone has a very affordable opportunity at 2 does (one for her and I each) we would absolutely appreciate it a ton. Thanks for your time and consideration! Feel free to PM

Elijah

Re: Disabled Vet Doe Hunt [Re: SenkoSamurai] #7332813 10/31/18 12:26 PM
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Post in the outfitters and guides section. Usually not hard to find a meat hunt. There’s one listed that has unlimited does and cull bucks for 500/day.

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