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Old 12-24-2020, 12:19 PM   #1
TalonErickson7
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Default Hill Country Deer vs. South Texas Deer?

As we are all aware South Texas grows large if not the largest bucks in the great state of Texas.
As curiosity has brought me I wonder if anyone on TBH has the real reasoning how the red dirt of the south Texas brush country can produce such monstrous deer when all it has to provide is mesquite beans and browse.
Vs.
Central Texas/Hill country with Acorns, browse and even mesquite beans. Hill country can produce great deer but not like South Texas even the body sizes arenít in comparison.

So what is it that South Texas has that the Hill Country doesnít?


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