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Deer Numbers? #7866600 06/10/20 07:31 PM
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How would you compare deer numbers between central Coleman (250ac) county and the SW corner of Stephens (320ac) county?

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Re: Deer Numbers? [Re: Klinker] #7866613 06/10/20 07:49 PM
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Check with game wardens in each area for opinion and compare. SE Stephens County not many deer
numbers IMO. Been a long time since being in central Coleman but I'd bet Coleman has more deer numbers.

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I wouldnt be qualified to answer very definitively but my guess would be Coleman would have potential to have a little more. However, if you are talking about a specific property then it could easily be impossible to generalize. Some things, especially if small property, would be sight specific and depend on land use, habitat etc. I would add that either would likely have high enough numbers to satisfy most anyone, and possibly too many.


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