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Chap 2021 WMA Mgmt Hunt #8460163 11/27/21 04:25 PM
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Some pics from last weeks' hunt. Mgmt buck had to be 14" & 7pts or less, or mature does without fawns. Struck out, as I didn't see anything that qualified. Did, however see about 15 deer each day & definitely enjoyed the hunt. Put out a deer decoy one day/night just out of curiousity & placed a game cam on it. Employees hosting the hunt did an outstanding job working with hunters. I did see one of the bucks killed that's on the WMA facebook page.

These two were looking at the decoy, a little over 200yds away, as I approached the open tower stand for the afternoon hunt.
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Camera caught one nice buck walking by. His ears might be laid back, hard to tell.
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I think this is the same buck about 100yds away.
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Dang hog ran him off.
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Lots of nocturnal hogs.
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If you saw this buck during daylight, you might be tempted to shoot, especially in the low twilight.
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Better think again. Spread is borderline, and there are definitely two small points that might reach 1". Penalty is confiscation & a fine. Rack size/shape not worth the risk, right?
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A young buck & doe, plus some twins.
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Evening twilight buck, appeared large after seeing the younger deer. Heavy bases, but 8pts definitely rules him out.
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I'll try my luck of the draw again next year. It's great to see South Texas brush country, as it's so much different from North Texas.

Re: Chap 2021 WMA Mgmt Hunt [Re: Dodge_Rock] #8460168 11/27/21 04:36 PM
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Thanks for sharing!!!! Definitely one of my favorite places to hunt.

Re: Chap 2021 WMA Mgmt Hunt [Re: Dodge_Rock] #8460600 11/28/21 03:20 AM
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very nice!


I WILL NOT COMPLY!! Let's go Brandon!!!!
Re: Chap 2021 WMA Mgmt Hunt [Re: Erny] #8460695 11/28/21 11:44 AM
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Originally Posted by Erny
Thanks for sharing!!!! Definitely one of my favorite places to hunt.

I can see why it's a fave. Sure wish I was there for the rut!

Re: Chap 2021 WMA Mgmt Hunt [Re: Dodge_Rock] #8463107 11/30/21 11:08 PM
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It is a great place to hunt, not always a 100% success but beautiful. The kids were drawn for a youth doe hunt a few years back and saw some of the biggest bucks of their lives but 3 does total, shot a javelina but didn't see any pigs. On the buck hunt the next year, we weren't in the stand 30 minutes when a 7.5yr old buck showed up to munch on the corn pile and buck hunt done.

Can't wait to go back...

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Re: Chap 2021 WMA Mgmt Hunt [Re: Dodge_Rock] #8463537 12/01/21 02:47 PM
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Great pics

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