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Im curious what the cross sample looks like here. How large is the land that you have access to hunt on? (pick the closest value)

note: votes are public, and you can choose multiple if you hunt various sizes of ground
 

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This should be a pretty interesting read. I will spend this year hunting property of my parents and their neighbor on Caney Creek just east of Conroe. Comes to a total of 70 acres. Not big by any means but it hasn't been hunted in years.

Brian
 

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deerwood!

My biggest deer woods are harvested for telephone poles.My medium deer woods are harvested for baseball bats and my small deerwoods are used for toothepicks.HE!HE!HE!
 

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For the past five seasons, I have been hunting 15,000 acres in Mexico. I am now buying 80 acres right next door to my mom's 165 acres in Jim Hogg county. We are bordered by a very large (low fence, 100,000+ acres) neighbor - on two sides and very little hunting pressure.

This year, I am going to be a little cramped, but I do not have to worry about lease prices increasing.
 

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poor boy hunting on 12 acres but killed a 10 point last year , half mile to bg creek , have to use a shotgung becuase of niegbors house but always see dear .
 

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Over 35,000 in Mexico and 900 in Mason Texas. Also I would be nice to include a Hunter per acre poll.. Just a thought. 14 to 15 hunters In Mexico and 4 hunters in Mason.
 

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I checked 10K+, but that is public land hunting. (have done so last 3 yrs)
I should have added a 0 acre option for those without a place to hunt or for those between leases.
 
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