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Colorado Bend #8387229 09/16/21 08:01 PM
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My son and I were selected for antlerless/spike in November. Are we allowed to utilize the campsites? Which bait has worked for y'all in the past. My son is trying to harvest his second deer and I am trying to deliver. Is there any trees for a climber? Any help or recommendations are appreciated.

Re: Colorado Bend [Re: billygoat] #8387279 09/16/21 08:51 PM
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We hunted out there in '19. Yes, we stayed in the campground. Saw more in the campground than anywhere else.

We spread a little corn. It doesn't attract, but does hold their attention for the shot.

Best of luck.

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Not many trees for a climber , mostly post oaks and cedars. Bring a pop up and find somewhere with good elevation. That’s a great draw, I hope y’all have a blast

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