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10 acres/micro hunting #8110482 01/01/21 06:03 AM
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I have some rural land in Brown County (Bangs). Mostly pasture with a few mesquites and scattered larger trees. My 10 acres adjoins 150 acres of undeveloped land. Anybody hunt micro properties like this with any luck?

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My 13 adjoining neighbors do.

High fence in my future.

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Depends on neighbors

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Our neighbor does. Find where the deer cross your property. Put up a feeder and stand. Don't put it too close to the property line or you'll raise the hackles of your neighbor. Don't shoot 3 or 4 deer a year. Keep it to one deer a year, and maybe your neighbors won't put up a high fence. Our neighbor has 20 acres. Shoots maybe a deer every other year, and shoots a bunch of pigs too. He's salt of the earth, and he's coming over this afternoon to use our rifle range to sight in his Christmas present.


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Re: 10 acres/micro hunting [Re: unclebubba] #8110909 01/01/21 05:14 PM
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Originally Posted by unclebubba
Our neighbor does. Find where the deer cross your property. Put up a feeder and stand. Don't put it too close to the property line or you'll raise the hackles of your neighbor. Don't shoot 3 or 4 deer a year. Keep it to one deer a year, and maybe your neighbors won't put up a high fence. Our neighbor has 20 acres. Shoots maybe a deer every other year, and shoots a bunch of pigs too. He's salt of the earth, and he's coming over this afternoon to use our rifle range to sight in his Christmas present.


That’s the way it should be

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Re: 10 acres/micro hunting [Re: West TX Preacher] #8111586 01/02/21 02:29 AM
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When I hunt, it is no more than ten acres at a time.


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Re: 10 acres/micro hunting [Re: West TX Preacher] #8112612 01/03/21 12:12 AM
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Best advice by many will be don’t over hunt the place.


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Re: 10 acres/micro hunting [Re: West TX Preacher] #8121135 01/08/21 08:34 PM
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Hunted my own property between Gonzales and Shiner. 2.67 acres. Set up a feeder and bow blind. First year was slow but from then on I had deer coming daily. Hunting pressure around me was very light. Had some very nice bucks running through the property and would stop for a bite. I arrowed a good 9 pointer that would have been an 10 but it broke off. The next day after shooting him, I saw the HUGE 8 pointer that did the damage. Long story but yes it's worth it.

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After you arrowed your buck, it did not run off your two acre property?


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Originally Posted by Mr. T.
After you arrowed your buck, it did not run off your two acre property?

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