Early deer season opens with promising results September 30, 2012 Texas

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Early deer season opens with promising results September 30, 2012 Texas, Waco Tribune-Herald
“Most of the state has received much-needed rain to boost forage resources needed for antler development and fawn rearing,” said Alan Cain, TPWD deer program leader. “Far West Texas, primarily mule deer country is still dry. I expect this to be an average to slightly above average season for antlers. South Texas, known for trophy bucks, should be in good shape as we’ve had rain this summer. The Texas Hill Country, known for higher deer populations, has also received good rains this summer, so hunters should expect decent antler quality and good body weights for this region.”

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