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Caught this image last night. Don't see this often.

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Our data wiring/phone guy caught these 'yotes humpin in the woods behind his house...


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You have a hog problem.
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Still shot from a video. The high fence belongs to my neighbor. My property is low fenced and these are wild animals. Deep South Texas.



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Still shot from a video. The high fence belongs to my neighbor. My property is low fenced and these are wild animals. Deep South Texas.

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What are those things?
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Holy smokes. Never heard of them. A 500 or 600 pound antelope. Are you kidding me? Have you ever eaten one? Good God, that's glorious.

I could eat CA pronghorns everyday till the day I die and still be happy eating on the last day. Last one I killed dressed out at 115.

Texas rules. Never knew you had such critters down there or that a 500 antelope even existed.

Tell me about eating them. Can you eat the whole thing? Is it as good as pronghorns? Can I come hunt one with a guide in Texas?

We have tons of Texas fire trucks here now helping us fight the fires. Appreciate it. Thanks.
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Originally Posted by bayrunner16 View Post
Holy smokes. Never heard of them. A 500 or 600 pound antelope. Are you kidding me? Have you ever eaten one? Good God, that's glorious.

I could eat CA pronghorns everyday till the day I die and still be happy eating on the last day. Last one I killed dressed out at 115.

Texas rules. Never knew you had such critters down there or that a 500 antelope even existed.

Tell me about eating them. Can you eat the whole thing? Is it as good as pronghorns? Can I come hunt one with a guide in Texas?

We have tons of Texas fire trucks here now helping us fight the fires. Appreciate it. Thanks.
They are indigenous to northern India where their only predators are bengal tigers. Brought to south texas in the 1930s and they have flourished since then. They eat the same broad leaf grasses that cows do (deer don’t) and hit the ground big enough to never worry about coyotes. I got the first few pics ever of them on my own property last year and this was the first sighting of a new group. One in person sighting but no shot presented itself.

I have eaten them. I got a great bull on the Kenedy ranch in 2003. Friends often give some meat away once their freezers are full as well so I get some randomly from time to time. They are tied with axis deer for best eating game animals on the planet hands down.

Guided hunts are readily available all over the King, Kenedy and other ranches. You can also put in for lottery hunts on a few wildlife refuges through Texas Parks & Wildlife that are a bit more affordable.
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I took this pic out my front window
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The 2nd episode of Meat eater that just aired on netflix has them doing a hunt and cook. Just watched it last night.
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Caught this image last night. Don't see this often.

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Nice. Still seeing deer dogs and mouth breathers?
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Don’t judge...it gets lonely in the deer woods sometimes.



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Originally Posted by autobaun70 View Post
Nice. Still seeing deer dogs and mouth breathers?
Dogs without collars still present. Deer season starts mid October.....mouth breathers will be back.
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Originally Posted by Marlin308 View Post
Don’t judge...it gets lonely in the deer woods sometimes.


That is so wrong....geez look how ugly that doe is
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And the doe is wondering if your even it yet.....you need more foreplay....she's bored AF
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Originally Posted by bayrunner16 View Post
Holy smokes. Never heard of them. A 500 or 600 pound antelope. Are you kidding me? Have you ever eaten one? Good God, that's glorious.

I could eat CA pronghorns everyday till the day I die and still be happy eating on the last day. Last one I killed dressed out at 115.

Texas rules. Never knew you had such critters down there or that a 500 antelope even existed.

Tell me about eating them. Can you eat the whole thing? Is it as good as pronghorns? Can I come hunt one with a guide in Texas?

We have tons of Texas fire trucks here now helping us fight the fires. Appreciate it. Thanks.
Wow!!! We know what makes you happy!!!
Quite the enthusiasm!!!

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