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Old 09-28-2022, 03:37 PM   #1
Gumbo Man
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Default Culling On A Drought Year

So I’m curious as to how some hunters determine a cull on a drought year. Even year round feeding doesn’t help in some cases to allow a deer reach his full potential during a dry season. I remember in Carrizo Springs we chose to shoot no trophies or culls during a drought around ‘97 or ‘98. All mature bucks were down 5-10 inches because of it. We only shot does and pigs. I’m not saying that it shouldn’t happen……just wondering what the criteria will be. In for replies.
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