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Morris County #7795790 04/04/20 10:29 PM
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Is there decent hunting in the area?

Re: Morris County [Re: 68A] #7796987 04/06/20 01:18 AM
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Im in Upshur County, just south of the Morris/Upshur line. Pretty decent amount of deer here.


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I have hunted near the town of Rocky Branch (in Morris CO) for the past four seasons. The ranch is about 400 acres, and is a mixture of pine trees, brush, and grazing land. It is really better hog/squirrel hunting, than deer hunting. Two seasons ago I did not even see a deer. Last season, I shot one doe, and two spike bucks (and a hog). There can be good hunting, but based on the number of deer I see, both in person, and on game cameras, it is a low density deer area. Plenty of hogs and varmints.

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How old were the spikes?

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Both appeared to be yearlings. Both had a small, curled spike on one side, and 2-3 points on the other side. Cull deer. I think they were related to each other. I saw them together, and made a double harvest.

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