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Dogs in Baylor County #8427454 10/23/21 03:10 PM
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Shot a doe this morning and had good blood for a while, but the trail has dried up. Anybody have dogs around Seymour?


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Re: Dogs in Baylor County [Re: olenarey87] #8427473 10/23/21 03:46 PM
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Re: Dogs in Baylor County [Re: stxranchman] #8427526 10/23/21 04:59 PM
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Thank you sir.


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Re: Dogs in Baylor County [Re: olenarey87] #8427919 10/24/21 12:41 AM
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Good luck, I hope you find him!


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