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Gonzales County..when did this change? #8488203 12/27/21 11:19 PM
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Two bucks now and only ONE has to be within antler restrictions?

Am I reading this correctly?

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Re: Gonzales County..when did this change? [Re: Superduty] #8488330 12/28/21 02:27 AM
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Yes. The other deer needs to be at least a spike on one side. Basically one 13+ inch deer and a spike.

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Re: Gonzales County..when did this change? [Re: stxranchman] #8488382 12/28/21 03:15 AM
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Originally Posted by stxranchman
Been that way for a long time now.


Been hunting there over 6 years and I thought it was a one Buck county only.

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Technically, both have to abide by the states antler restrictions, but only one can be a "trophy" buck and the other has to be a spike buck or unbranched on one side according to the antler restrictions.

So the way you worded the question, the answer is yes its a two buck county but both must follow Texas' antler restriction rules.

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Thank you for the assistance.

Now here is another question. Under these same guidelines let's say a mature Buck comes by and has one full 4-5 point on one side that clears his one ear. Now the other antler is completely missing like down to the nub. Is that acceptable to harvest? I assume it would have to be my "Trophy Buck".

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Nope. Unless it has one unbranched antler, it must be at least 13 inches inside spread. You can't have an inside spread with only one antler. I really wish there were exceptions, but there aren't.

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