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Help finding a deer #7336589 11/03/18 04:52 PM
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Had a guy on our lease shoot a deer this morning. We have tracked it as far as we can and lost all sign which was very little and pin drops of blood. Does anyone in the Tolar Grandbury area have a tracking dog that would be able to help or know of one in the area. Thanks in advance for any help.

Re: Help finding a deer [Re: hunt-n-agg] #7336618 11/03/18 05:31 PM
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This was off another post. Don't know how close he is to you.
Shae Smith 903-875-5172

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Re: Help finding a deer [Re: hunt-n-agg] #7343580 11/09/18 06:00 PM
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This may sound a bit crazy but man it sure worked for us. Drone... dogs are the best bet for sure but the drone idea worked for us. Found that rascal in 15 minutes. Just a thought for the future..

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