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Jack County #7630527 10/12/19 06:58 AM
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Anyone lease in Jack co.? We’ve had lots of does and lots of pigs but only one buck on camera the last 3 months to this day. Granted it’s a smaller 180 acre place, but still never seen so few bucks in such a large amount of time. Neighbors a 2600 acre place. What’re y’all seeing?


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Re: Jack County [Re: PoppaG22] #7630537 10/12/19 11:01 AM
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I hunted there for around 30 years and saw good numbers of bucks, where are you at in Jack county?

BTW how are the Acorns this year?

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Re: Jack County [Re: PoppaG22] #7631173 10/13/19 03:13 AM
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I am not in Jack county, but I was only seeing a couple of does & a few fawns from April through September at the new place. I was getting discouraged about this season and thinking the property wasn't any good. I pulled the cards today and I had bucks all over the place with a couple shooters.

Just remember that patterns will change once the the rut gets going and trail cameras only show you a small area.

Re: Jack County [Re: PoppaG22] #7631198 10/13/19 05:03 AM
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I have a place around 10 miles south of Jack County and I have several bruisers on game cam but then the hogs took over!


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Re: Jack County [Re: PoppaG22] #7631590 10/13/19 09:24 PM
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I just got back from Jack County a few hours ago. Our place is about 10 miles due N of Jacksboro and the Oaks are loaded with acorns. IMO, it could be tough the next several weeks. The deer are in very good shape.

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My place is south of Jacksboro by Barton Chapel, I also was seeing a few does and certainly more hogs. I just recently hired a hog trapper and just finished my 3rd feeder pen, which I call Hog Repellent Pens. My deer traffic is noticeably up (more bucks and does) hog traffic almost nonexistent and like smitty said, tons of acorns and the deer look good. I have the trap for another month and hoping more deer find my place.

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Re: Jack County [Re: PoppaG22] #7631896 10/14/19 02:36 AM
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Im in Montague County South of Bowie. Deer have been hitting corn but as the acorns drop, I expect that to end


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Re: Jack County [Re: PoppaG22] #7636047 10/18/19 04:30 PM
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I'm on the Jack/Montague border by Amon Carter lake and we've got some decent bucks on camera. They are also in very good shape this year. [Linked Image]
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My place is 18 miles north of Jacksboro. Bucks are already chasing. Saw a really nice 10pt at a feeder 2 weeks ago. The oaks are loaded with acorns, but we still have a lot of deer coming to corn.
Headed that way in a few minutes.

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Originally Posted by Alex K.
I'm on the Jack/Montague border by Amon Carter lake and we've got some decent bucks on camera. They are also in very good shape this year. [Linked Image]
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You do have some pretty good ones there

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