Texas to Oklahoma

Texas to Oklahoma

This is a discussion on Texas to Oklahoma within the New Member Introductions forums, part of the Oklahoma Hunting category; So seems the wife is deciding she want to move back to Oklahoma, idk why anyways starting to look for land to buy to hunt. ...

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    Texas to Oklahoma

    So seems the wife is deciding she want to move back to Oklahoma, idk why anyways starting to look for land to buy to hunt. Any ideas?

    Been in Texas 20 years will be retiring in a few years so trying to have place bought and set before then.
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    Thinking southeast area

    Thanks
    Last edited by Bpeals; 07-13-2019 at 04:34 PM. Reason: Correction

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    Welcome to Oklahoma hunter where are you all wanting to move to in the state?

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    Welcome to Oklahoma Hunter!
    Oklahoma in general has a great deer population across the state. There have been more B&C bucks taken in SE Oklahoma, but the body size is like a big german shepherd. Big body bucks in the NW with great racks, and everything in between for the rest of the state.
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    Welcome ! Came to Oklahoma from Texas in '77'. 7 grand kids and one great grand still happy.
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    Looking at southeast. Not real picky on that just looking to get the most out of what I pay.

    I understand about the size of the deer, bout dog size here too
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    Just moved from OKC to Wyoming. Got a place in OKC for sale lol. Within the city so no hunting. What size of land you looking for?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bpeals View Post
    Looking at southeast. Not real picky on that just looking to get the most out of what I pay.

    I understand about the size of the deer, bout dog size here too
    Those dog sized deer are easier to haul out of the woods tho!
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