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  • I want to start looking for a hunting lease in Texas, any suggestions on what to look for.

    I want to start looking for a hunting lease in Texas, any suggestions on what to look for.

  • #2
    Okay! Now, which part of Texas? East? West? South? Hill Country? North central?

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    • #3
      Texas would be a logical place to start. Next would be deciding what you want to hunt? Deer, Hogs, Speed Goats, Mule Deer, Birds, the list goes on.

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      • #4
        Google Hunt Lease. First one was for Texas. All other areas are also listed.

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        • #5
          Southwestern Texas San Antonio area. Deer., Turkey hogs

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          • #6
            Southwest Texas or the hill country. Deer lease.

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            • #7
              Deer Lease in Southwest, or the Hill Country.

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              • #8
                Tough area Eric! The Hill Country has lots of deer, but they are mostly smallish. Getting into a lease may be pretty expensive in that area. In the Southwest, (Del Rio, Rock Springs area) you'll find much nicer deer, but you'll find much "nicer" lease prices! Leases down there come in "sections", NOT acres! LOL!!!

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                • #9
                  Thanks FirstBubba. I Bow Hunted this year at Amistad Lake. So Del Rio area is not too far. My friend has land out by Carta Valley, so that area is on my radar.

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                  • #10
                    Im not looking for B&C bucks. Just a place to hunt, fill the freezer and take my boys when they get older.

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