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Parker County Reports #7663197 11/15/19 10:30 PM
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What are you Parker County hunters seeing? Been fairly slow this season on our place. Some decent younger bucks, but no targets yet.

Re: Parker County Reports [Re: Texican] #7664133 11/17/19 02:28 AM
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Does are still on the acorns in our neighborhood but that's windind down. Usually see the resident bucks out chasing but they haven't shown yet.


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Rut is right in the middle. I saw 5 bucks chasing this morning. 2 this evening. Thursday I saw 5 bucks chasing doe between Weatherford and Fort Worth on I-20.

Re: Parker County Reports [Re: Texican] #7673791 11/27/19 02:17 PM
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Got a video of a buck supposedly killed in eastern Parker County. (Not sure how to load a video, so took a screen shot.) Anyone know the story?

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Re: Parker County Reports [Re: Texican] #7674013 11/27/19 06:01 PM
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There are a few hot does still running around. I had 6 bucks chasing yesterday morning. They were moving so fast and erratic that I couldn’t pull the trigger. It was amazing and disappointing at the same time. The two big boys that are on my hit list stayed on the neighboring property. This morning was slow. Gonna try again this afternoon, good news is a new buck has showed up on cam that I haven’t seen yet and he is a bruiser.


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