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Looking for a fallow doe hunt #7714042 01/11/20 12:28 AM
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Looking for a hunt for 3 day hunt will work, we usually go on this hunt yearly but the place we go to isn’t offering doe this year. Would like to be close to ftw but will consider others.


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Re: Looking for a fallow doe hunt [Re: fonzie] #7714124 01/11/20 02:04 AM
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Re: Looking for a fallow doe hunt [Re: fonzie] #7714266 01/11/20 04:49 AM
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Please understand, my question is strictly to understand, but why spend that kind of money to take an exotic doe? I've been fortunate enough to take an axis, sika, black buck, pronghorn, dall, and some sheep - all bucks. I know that axis meat is highly favored but I have not heard that about others species. If you're just wanting to doe hunt, why not white tail?
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Re: Looking for a fallow doe hunt [Re: fonzie] #7714727 01/11/20 09:06 PM
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Totally understand your question, with that being said. We choose a doe hunt just cause price range. I’ve never had axis or any of the others so I can compare. I will say fallow is way better then whitetail.


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Re: Looking for a fallow doe hunt [Re: fonzie] #7714886 01/12/20 12:30 AM
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I have 2 (maybe 3) left you can shoot for $450 each. White in color. Wont take 3 days though. Lodging is $75/night per person, you cook. Axis doe are same price if you see one and she isn't pregnant. I'm outside of Harper Tx. PM me

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Re: Looking for a fallow doe hunt [Re: fonzie] #7715646 01/12/20 09:57 PM
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Best of luck, Fonzie! Sounds like this gentleman outside of Harper has a pretty good opportunity available.


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