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150-160 Class Deer? #8452698 11/18/21 08:44 PM
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I just had a hunt fall through, so I'm scrambling. Who has a solid opportunity for a 150-160 class whitetail within a three-hour drive of San Antonio, and at what price?

Re: 150-160 Class Deer? [Re: Kentucky_Windage] #8452828 11/18/21 11:03 PM
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Maybe a little out of your driving range, but you can try Greystone Castle. It is a pay-to-play place, cost is tiered based on score. Never deer hunted there, but I've been taken on bird hunts there and the facility is top notch.

Re: 150-160 Class Deer? [Re: Kentucky_Windage] #8452839 11/18/21 11:13 PM
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Greystone is way overpriced, look in the outfitter and guide section

Re: 150-160 Class Deer? [Re: Kentucky_Windage] #8452854 11/18/21 11:22 PM
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My guess is you're looking at $5K-7K for that class buck, but check out outfitters and guides as mentioned. Good Luck.

Re: 150-160 Class Deer? [Re: Kentucky_Windage] #8452980 11/19/21 01:52 AM
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I guess I should have elaborated, I prefer just the hunt . Camping , cook my own food, etc. for this option you can spend 3500-4500 but if you prefer nice lodging and cooked meals Greystone is a good place. Just makes the hunt more expensive.

Re: 150-160 Class Deer? [Re: Kentucky_Windage] #8452990 11/19/21 02:07 AM
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You are way late securing a lease to HUNT deer for this season. There are many options that you can shoot a deer.

Re: 150-160 Class Deer? [Re: Kentucky_Windage] #8452994 11/19/21 02:13 AM
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You may be able to find a cancellation, just late in the season for that class of deer.


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Re: 150-160 Class Deer? [Re: Kentucky_Windage] #8453263 11/19/21 12:34 PM
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LF or HF? Need food/lodging or want to provide your own?


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Re: 150-160 Class Deer? [Re: stxranchman] #8453264 11/19/21 12:45 PM
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Originally Posted by stxranchman
LF or HF? Need food/lodging or want to provide your own?

If I were you here is the man I would get in touch with. I don't think stxranchman would lead you wrong.

Re: 150-160 Class Deer? [Re: don k] #8453472 11/19/21 03:39 PM
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Originally Posted by don k
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LF or HF? Need food/lodging or want to provide your own?

If I were you here is the man I would get in touch with. I don't think stxranchman would lead you wrong.

Exactly right

And STXRM asked these questions because the price for a 150-160" deer can vary greatly depending on the type of hunt it is.


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Re: 150-160 Class Deer? [Re: ILUVBIGBUCKS] #8453478 11/19/21 03:47 PM
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LF or HF? Need food/lodging or want to provide your own?

If I were you here is the man I would get in touch with. I don't think stxranchman would lead you wrong.

Exactly right

And STXRM asked these questions because the price for a 150-160" deer can vary greatly depending on the type of hunt it is.


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Re: 150-160 Class Deer? [Re: Kentucky_Windage] #8453551 11/19/21 05:08 PM
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This place might have what you want. I went to school with the daughter years ago.

https://www.carlisleranches.com/


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Re: 150-160 Class Deer? [Re: Kentucky_Windage] #8453716 11/19/21 07:06 PM
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Try 4amigosranch.com in Eagle Pass. I hunted there several years ago for a Texas Dall. They have whitetail as well. Website should tell you what you need to know. Good luck.


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Re: 150-160 Class Deer? [Re: Biscuit] #8453929 11/19/21 11:26 PM
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Originally Posted by Biscuit
Greystone is way overpriced, look in the outfitter and guide section


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Re: 150-160 Class Deer? [Re: stxranchman] #8454036 11/20/21 01:27 AM
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Originally Posted by stxranchman
LF or HF? Need food/lodging or want to provide your own?


OP I’d pm stx.


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