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Old 10-12-2021, 09:11 PM   #51
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Old 10-13-2021, 08:58 AM   #52
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We have a ton, and i mean a ton of Axis on our property. It seems they will stay in lower country like river bottoms, opposed to the whitetail. We still see both on cameras at the same time so they aren't truly segregating, but I was wondering what is the green screens opinion on a large Axis population affecting the overall potential of the whitetail herd?
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Old 10-14-2021, 09:18 AM   #53
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We have a ton, and i mean a ton of Axis on our property. It seems they will stay in lower country like river bottoms, opposed to the whitetail. We still see both on cameras at the same time so they aren't truly segregating, but I was wondering what is the green screens opinion on a large Axis population affecting the overall potential of the whitetail herd?
Well my opinion is who cares about the whitetail population if you got tons of axis. haha. I mean seriously, the meat is 100x better, they hides are 100x prettier, and you can hunt them year round. Our axis population has between doubled and tripled since last year and I'm so excited. We are still being extremely selective on what we shoot as they are not in the numbers we are wanting just yet. Hopefully one or 2 more years. But we do typically see between 1 and 5 at each stand morning and evening. Nothing with huge horns just yet.
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We have a ton, and i mean a ton of Axis on our property. It seems they will stay in lower country like river bottoms, opposed to the whitetail. We still see both on cameras at the same time so they aren't truly segregating, but I was wondering what is the green screens opinion on a large Axis population affecting the overall potential of the whitetail herd?

Where about is your place? Ours is off of Bond and we have a few. When I spoke to the biologist before purchasing the place she basically said they donít care much about the axis because they are running WT out.


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Old 10-15-2021, 07:40 AM   #55
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Nothing huge or even big yet as far as white tails or axis. Some decent young up and comers though. Seems to be that narrow deer are pretty common around here. The no brows deer is the the only ďmaybeĒ shooter


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Old 10-15-2021, 08:11 AM   #56
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We are around Devils river state park. Don't get me wrong, i love the axis, i'm not going to eliminate them to increase potential of the WT herd, i was just speculating on what the potential is based on this variable. They co-exist pretty well but Axis are a little more dominate, they also prefer in my experience natural browse over bait with the exception of protein, they will kill a protein feeder quick.
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We are around Devils river state park. Don't get me wrong, i love the axis, i'm not going to eliminate them to increase potential of the WT herd, i was just speculating on what the potential is based on this variable. They co-exist pretty well but Axis are a little more dominate, they also prefer in my experience natural browse over bait with the exception of protein, they will kill a protein feeder quick.

For sure there is a good video on YouTube about a research study on how axis eat all the browse and wonít let WT get in on the action. Basically axis are a problem. Iím with you though I love them ans we have a good population but lots of ranchers can stand them


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Old 10-17-2021, 11:15 PM   #58
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Biggest bodied deer Iíve seen in a while! Definitely on the hit list. Last card pull had lots of good up and coming bucks and a good amount of culls. Axis population is healthy! Letís see what this week brings.


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Old 10-18-2021, 12:44 AM   #59
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Biggest bodied deer Iíve seen in a while! Definitely on the hit list. Last card pull had lots of good up and coming bucks and a good amount of culls. Axis population is healthy! Letís see what this week brings.


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That fella has been eating good. I bet he will eat good too!
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Old 10-18-2021, 01:45 PM   #60
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We had a decent opening weekend, 189lb Whitetail was shot, biggest deer I have seen there....
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We had a decent opening weekend, 189lb Whitetail was shot, biggest deer I have seen there....

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Old 10-19-2021, 07:16 PM   #62
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We had a decent opening weekend, 189lb Whitetail was shot, biggest deer I have seen there....
Pre Anthrax we shot 3 bucks in 2017/2018 that were all in the 180 lb range hopefully we can work our way back to that.
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Pre Anthrax we shot 3 bucks in 2017/2018 that were all in the 180 lb range hopefully we can work our way back to that.

Some heavy looking bucks! What time of the year were they shot?


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Old 10-19-2021, 09:11 PM   #64
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1st to Mid November
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My buck this year was 170#. He had a lot of fat!!!

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Old 10-20-2021, 12:54 PM   #66
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We only do field dressed weights and we weigh all deer so hard to compare. On mature deer we want to see that nice fat layer on the rump and carried up through the backstraps. When field dressing a good layer of kidney fat is nice to see. Our deer right now are looking healthy as ever with the reduced pressure on natural forage.........
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Old 10-29-2021, 01:58 PM   #67
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Sonora hunters , when do y'all typically see peak rut activity? Talking with some others I've been told the week before Thanksgiving while all the guys on my place say 2nd week of December.... I'm 7 miles east of town near the JL for reference.
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Old 10-29-2021, 02:32 PM   #68
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I can only relay our experiences on our leased land. We tend to focus on early Dec for prime rut activity (of course this tends to slid a little depending on weather conditions). For the most part though we see several ruts not a rut. They tend to come in and out several days at a time for a period of time (if that makes since). We tend to see "new" dear towards the middle of Dec as they start to travel more looking for the late does.
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Old 10-29-2021, 02:45 PM   #69
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I can only relay our experiences on our leased land. We tend to focus on early Dec for prime rut activity (of course this tends to slid a little depending on weather conditions). For the most part though we see several ruts not a rut. They tend to come in and out several days at a time for a period of time (if that makes since). We tend to see "new" dear towards the middle of Dec as they start to travel more looking for the late does.
This. Andy, we are just a little further east of you off Baker Rd. We start seeing some hard rutting activity the week of Thanksgiving thru the first few weeks of December. If I had to pick a couple weekends its usually prime I would say last weekend of November to 1st weekend of December.
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This. Andy, we are just a little further east of you off Baker Rd. We start seeing some hard rutting activity the week of Thanksgiving thru the first few weeks of December. If I had to pick a couple weekends its usually prime I would say last weekend of November to 1st weekend of December.
Thanks! thats exactly what im trying to do. Putting in some PTO and I wanna try and be there in the thick of it!
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Thanks! thats exactly what im trying to do. Putting in some PTO and I wanna try and be there in the thick of it!
Look at the moon phase peak hunting time in that time frame and then pray for cold weather, You will be golden.
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Thanks! thats exactly what im trying to do. Putting in some PTO and I wanna try and be there in the thick of it!
Just quit mid November and get a new job early January!
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Sonora hunters , when do y'all typically see peak rut activity? Talking with some others I've been told the week before Thanksgiving while all the guys on my place say 2nd week of December.... I'm 7 miles east of town near the JL for reference.

Andy Iím new to the area. Whatís the JL? We too are east of town off bond rd.


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Old 11-02-2021, 08:51 AM   #75
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Just quit mid November and get a new job early January!
I'd be a liar if I said the thought never crossed my mind!
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Old 11-02-2021, 08:53 AM   #76
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Its a fancy hunting/resort/spa. We go there for food and drinks sometimes. They got it all there.
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Old 11-02-2021, 09:00 AM   #77
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Its a fancy hunting/resort/spa. We go there for food and drinks sometimes. They got it all there.
Where is it located? Their website doesn't have an address.
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Where is it located? Their website doesn't have an address.
Exit 412 off of 10 West. Take a right at the stop sign, cant miss it from there .
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All you boys that hunt in Sutton and surrounding county's I have a great contact for a tracking dog. Info will be below. One heck of a guy and runs some really good dogs. Lot of the guides around only use him! Give him a call if you need him. He live in the Sonora area but does travel to surrounding areas..

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Old 11-02-2021, 11:08 AM   #80
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Boss man just approved 11/29 through 12/10 off!
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Boss man just approved 11/29 through 12/10 off!

Thanks money!! Iíll be down there too when ever Iím Not on shift


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shoot me a pm and ill give you my number. We can meet up and grab a bite to eat and have a few cold ones.
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Old 11-06-2021, 02:02 PM   #84
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Old 11-06-2021, 08:25 PM   #85
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Checked cams today. Some young black buck and too many hogs and turkeys.
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Checked cams today. Some young black buck and too many hogs and turkeys.
Haven't seen a single hog on our place in the 3 years I have been on. Other members say they have seen 1 in 10+ years.......

What area are you in? I know a lot of people hate hogs but I sure dont mind having some around.
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Haven't seen a single hog on our place in the 3 years I have been on. Other members say they have seen 1 in 10+ years.......

What area are you in? I know a lot of people hate hogs but I sure dont mind having some around.
We are 5 miles down Juno Hwy/189. Iíll definitely run out of arrows sticking hogs
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You are 23 miles from as the crow flies and we have 0 hogs. crazy.
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Dang that is crazy. Y’all need to come over a grab a few!!!. Hell I’ll catch em and tie them up for you !!!
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Dang that is crazy. Yíall need to come over a grab a few!!!. Hell Iíll catch em and tie them up for you !!!


Sounds like a plan! haha
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Iíve been living here almost 5yrs, and I finally got my first free range axis deer off my own property!!!




Itís just a doe, but I think I was more excited about her than I was when I shot my nice buck earlier this season!!

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Iím 3miles east of town and have zero hogs also.

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yeah its wild, land owner loves that they are not there. But I just love hunting hogs.

Nice Axis doe ! I shot one on our place this summer, and much like you I was really happy to see a good size group of Axis on our place!

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I hear ya! I love hunting them too. I bought my place knowing they werenít here, but thought I would be able to make up for that with axis. I have a few axis, but not enough!!!

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Thanks Bisch Iím still getting the lay of the land


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Xool! We are 10 miles down Juno highway. Does anyone know if the tagged released does all have orange ear tags?


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Got this little guy at a friends place off Bond Rd this afternoon!

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