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S. Texas Deer Hunt Opening for Jan 17-19 #7717574 01/14/20 03:47 PM
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Three spots available for three day hunt: noon Friday Jan 17 to noon Sunday Jan 19. Low fence – REAL HUNTING for free range deer in blinds over corn feeders. Limit 1 buck, 1 doe, and 1 pig per hunter. Meals & lodging not included but we are within 10 minutes of Carrizo Springs, TX and their nice restaurants and hotels including Hampton, Best Western, & Holiday Inn Express. $1,000 per hunter. Email horsesstillrun@aol.com for more info. [Linked Image]

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By the way, the buck pictured is from a guest at our ranch earlier this year. Bigger bucks and lots of does have been spotted within the last three days. This is a semi-guided hunt where you will be dropped off at your blinds. We have a deer hoist and running water available for successful hunters. All you need is a rifle, sharp eye, sharp knife, and a very large ice-chest!

Re: S. Texas Deer Hunt Opening for Jan 17-19 [Re: TomahawkHill] #7719205 01/16/20 02:40 AM
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Oh...and I forgot to mention...money back guarantee if you don't shoot at least one deer! I took a tour around my ranch earlier today and saw one buck to rival the one in photo, lots of doe, and one javelina. We've had lots of feral hogs in past years but, to be honest, they've been scarce this year. I've seen the destruction of those rascals (rutting up the ground) but don't see them much during daylight hours...just a glance here and there. I don't know what the deal is? At any rate, if you are deerless this season, like to eat venison, and would like a chance at meat in the freezer and a trophy buck we still have three openings. This is your last chance as Sunday is the last day of the season. Why go hungry with this opportunity and when there are so many great recipes for this healthy meat (no vaccines, preservatives, etc)? Think about it. Lodging at, perhaps, the Best Western which is less than 15 minutes from your deer blind, dinner at Miguelito's Mexican Restaurant (within walking distance of the Best Western)...and which is most certainly the best restaurant in the state of Texas. I can't say that I'm an "expert," but I've processed a few dozen deer in my lifetime and will offer supervision and tips for skinning/quartering your deer on our convenient deer hoist! Wouldn't it be a thrill to look back, years from now, and say "I hunted, harvested, and processed that wild, free range deer all by myself! Deadline for signing up is noon tomorrow (Thursday January 16, 2020).

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