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January 24, 2008


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Man, Texas is a whole other world isn't it?

190,000, ONE HUNDRED NINETY THOUSAND ACRES, to hunt on. In the places I hunt, 190 acres is considered a big piece of ground.

She should call it the Double 190 buck. 190 inches, on 190 thousand acres with a double drop tine.

Congrats to the young lady on a fine deer.


Oh by the way Mike, wipe the drool off your chin. You'll get your drop tine.


Wow. Huge buck and huge tract of land! Congrats to the young lady. I hear you, Jim. We hunt 188 acres and that's a lot where we are as well.

Good job, great buck, Great state to hunt!!!!!!!!!

INcredible buck..Jim feel the same way about even the smallest piece of land I hunt..just under 30 acres..the biggest is 640 but is schedued to be developed in the next couple of yrs..any way where I'm going with this is I was watchin a Jim Shockey hunting show the other annd he said he had 12,000 sqaure miles...not acres..SQUARE MILES..that was his hunting territory..no fences no roads no houses nobody..12000 SQAURE MILES...anyone figure out how much acreage that is Im curious to know..

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