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Caddo National Grasslands WMA?t #8196423 03/08/21 06:07 PM
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Hello
Has anyone hunted Caddo National Grasslands for deer?
If so, I would love to learn more. I would like to take my son hunting there next season.
Thanks!

Re: Caddo National Grasslands WMA?t [Re: JJW] #8196429 03/08/21 06:10 PM
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There’s some reports under the public land hunting section

Re: Caddo National Grasslands WMA?t [Re: JJW] #8199555 03/11/21 06:47 PM
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This is one of the most pressured plots of public land there is. Better to hunt San Angelo which I find to be the best Public Land.
I hunted LBJ Grasslands last year and at least saw a few deer on the move. This is a better choice as there are many different parcels that border private land.

Also apply for the hunt drawings that are held each year beginning in August.

For Caddo there is one hard to get to spot that would be best.
It is on the South unit off CR 3355 and backs up to the Sulphur River.
The road at one point about three miles back is only accessible to a high 4X4 vehicle.
The Idea is to park and walk about .5 miles to the entrance.
Harder to get to means less pressure.
Good Luck.

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Originally Posted by Leveled
This is one of the most pressured plots of public land there is. Better to hunt San Angelo which I find to be the best Public Land.
I hunted LBJ Grasslands last year and at least saw a few deer on the move. This is a better choice as there are many different parcels that border private land.

Also apply for the hunt drawings that are held each year beginning in August.

For Caddo there is one hard to get to spot that would be best.
It is on the South unit off CR 3355 and backs up to the Sulphur River.
The road at one point about three miles back is only accessible to a high 4X4 vehicle.
The Idea is to park and walk about .5 miles to the entrance.
Harder to get to means less pressure.
Good Luck.


This is correct

Re: Caddo National Grasslands WMA?t [Re: Leveled] #8199845 03/11/21 11:58 PM
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Originally Posted by Leveled
This is one of the most pressured plots of public land there is. Better to hunt San Angelo which I find to be the best Public Land.
I hunted LBJ Grasslands last year and at least saw a few deer on the move. This is a better choice as there are many different parcels that border private land.

Also apply for the hunt drawings that are held each year beginning in August.

For Caddo there is one hard to get to spot that would be best.
It is on the South unit off CR 3355 and backs up to the Sulphur River.
The road at one point about three miles back is only accessible to a high 4X4 vehicle.
The Idea is to park and walk about .5 miles to the entrance.
Harder to get to means less pressure.
Good Luck.


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Re: Caddo National Grasslands WMA?t [Re: JJW] #8200199 03/12/21 07:25 AM
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Very crowded

Re: Caddo National Grasslands WMA?t [Re: JJW] #8200586 03/12/21 06:06 PM
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Well, since San Angelo is bein discussed....there are a few public options, Twin Buttes, State Park, San Angelo University. On the "free" state parks- how is the hunting? Someone said super crowded. On the University, I think it costs $1500, there are a few photos but how is the actual?

Re: Caddo National Grasslands WMA?t [Re: JJW] #8201177 03/13/21 02:54 AM
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