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Texas exotics

KTKT70

Member
My cousin got a good one this year. His land is inside the old famous YO ranch. No guides in there, but i will ask if my family knows anything about guided hunts.

Ps... We still need to get a group together for a tx hog trip some day.
 

ltdann

Member
My cousin got a good one this year. His land is inside the old famous YO ranch. No guides in there, but i will ask if my family knows anything about guided hunts.

Ps... We still need to get a group together for a tx hog trip some day.
Jho used to do an exotic hunt every other year in Texas. It kind of died away. It's tough to find a No-Frills exotic hunt when you live in California and don't know the area or the people.


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ltdann

Member
A "No-Frills" Exotic Hunt in Texas? Might as well go to the Big Texan and order a salad........
You know what I mean....I don't need a five star chef and a lodge for two days. I'm looking for a rancher that wants to put some extra cash in his pocket and has Axis on his property. Those guys are out there, they just don't advertise.
 


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