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Old 11-17-2008, 03:34 PM
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Greg, what county is this in if you don't mind me asking?


I know in our county we can shoot doe during archery season and there is alsofour days during rifle season (Thanksgiving) you can shoot two doe
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Old 11-17-2008, 03:35 PM
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Here is the issue - Cobra

Dude that sucks, big time
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Old 11-17-2008, 03:37 PM
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Greg, what county is this in if you don't mind me asking?
Jim.

I am fairly sure Greg's lease is in Marion County.
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Old 11-17-2008, 03:39 PM
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Greg, what county is this in if you don't mind me asking?


I know in our county we can shoot doe during archery season and there is alsofour days during rifle season (Thanksgiving) you can shoot two doe
Jim its in Marion Co. We don't have the Thanksgiving 4 day open. We have the first 16 days of general season for does. I can still kill 2 does out in Jones Co. north of Abilene. My wifes boss has 400 acres out there. Wanna go in December?

And as far as the Cobra release goes they are going to repair or replace it and I will then give it away. I've wanted a Scott for a while and theres a Little Bitty Goose with my name on it somewhere!
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Old 11-17-2008, 03:45 PM
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Just read that Greg:

During the first 16 days of the general season, antlerless deer may be taken without antlerless deer permits unless MLDP, LAMPS, or USFS antlerless permits have been issued for the tract of land. On USFS, Corps of Engineers, and Sabine River Authority lands, the take of antlerless deer shall be by permit only. If USFS antlerless, MLDP antlerless, or LAMPS permits have been issued, they must be attached to all antlerless deer harvested from the tract of land. After the first 16 days of the general season, antlerless deer may be taken only by USFS antlerless, MLDP antlerless, or LAMPS permits.
I didn't even know that 16 day rule existed

As for going in Dec, give me a time and place and I will see what I can do.I have got a lot of family stuff going on (Christmas stuff) and one of the weekends I have to be here for Whitney's and my wedding shower. She already called "shotgun" on that weekend[:-]

I will defiantly go if I can get away!
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Old 11-17-2008, 03:48 PM
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Just read that Greg:

During the first 16 days of the general season, antlerless deer may be taken without antlerless deer permits unless MLDP, LAMPS, or USFS antlerless permits have been issued for the tract of land. On USFS, Corps of Engineers, and Sabine River Authority lands, the take of antlerless deer shall be by permit only. If USFS antlerless, MLDP antlerless, or LAMPS permits have been issued, they must be attached to all antlerless deer harvested from the tract of land. After the first 16 days of the general season, antlerless deer may be taken only by USFS antlerless, MLDP antlerless, or LAMPS permits.
I didn't even know that 16 day rule existed

As for going in Dec, give me a time and place and I will see what I can do.I have got a lot of family stuff going on (Christmas stuff) and one of the weekends I have to be here for Whitney's and my wedding shower. She already called "shotgun" on that weekend[:-]

I will defiantly go if I can get away!
6th & 7th or 13th & 14th either one is good for me. let me know.
As far as a place goes meet me at work. U of Dallas in Irving across from Tx stadium. I'll drive from there and you can park in a secure area.
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Old 11-17-2008, 03:50 PM
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Just read that Greg:

During the first 16 days of the general season, antlerless deer may be taken without antlerless deer permits unless MLDP, LAMPS, or USFS antlerless permits have been issued for the tract of land. On USFS, Corps of Engineers, and Sabine River Authority lands, the take of antlerless deer shall be by permit only. If USFS antlerless, MLDP antlerless, or LAMPS permits have been issued, they must be attached to all antlerless deer harvested from the tract of land. After the first 16 days of the general season, antlerless deer may be taken only by USFS antlerless, MLDP antlerless, or LAMPS permits.
I didn't even know that 16 day rule existed

As for going in Dec, give me a time and place and I will see what I can do.I have got a lot of family stuff going on (Christmas stuff) and one of the weekends I have to be here for Whitney's and my wedding shower. She already called "shotgun" on that weekend[:-]

I will defiantly go if I can get away!
6th & 7th or 13th & 14th either one is good for me. let me know.
Thanks for the invite Greg. I will let you know ASAP
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Old 11-17-2008, 03:53 PM
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Wait jim, I forgot the 6th & 7th won't work txmarshmonkey and his son are joining me in east Tx, It will have to be 13th & 14th or later than that. 20-21 or 27-28.
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Old 11-17-2008, 03:56 PM
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I can't do the 6&7th either, thats our wedding shower. I know I can't go the 20-21 or 27-28. I am checking everything out for the 13&14
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Old 11-17-2008, 04:00 PM
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Man i hate to here that happend. Not trying to sell you on anything but i have been shooting the same scott release for about 13yrs now and the only thing i have ever replaced on it was the strap.
I has never let me down.
(cost more but well worth it)
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