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Hopkins County Property #7732877 01/30/20 03:45 AM
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Looking at hunting/full time resident property around the Como-Pickton area. Can you tell me how the hunting is and if the area and school district is any good?

Re: Hopkins County Property [Re: Birdman7] #7732901 01/30/20 04:12 AM
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Years ago my Great Uncle was the JP and Principle for Pickton. He also handled the FFA, he was a great man so I’m a little bias.

Re: Hopkins County Property [Re: Birdman7] #7734008 01/31/20 04:44 AM
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I had a lease 4 miles south of como. Lots of hogs and decent deer population. A lot of activity during the rut.

Re: Hopkins County Property [Re: cowboyway] #7736506 02/03/20 06:17 PM
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Originally Posted by cowboyway
I had a lease 4 miles south of como. Lots of hogs and decent deer population. A lot of activity during the rut.

Good to know. Thanks for the response.

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