Affordable Deer Lease in North Texas Near DFW

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Re: Affordable Deer Lease in North Texas Near DFW

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Post by tomtexan » Sun Jan 19, 2014 10:24 am

carlson1 wrote: USDA Prime + Angus Rib-Eye's are cheaper. :thumbs2:
:iagree: and a whole lot less work!
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Re: Affordable Deer Lease in North Texas Near DFW

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Post by WildBill » Sun Jan 19, 2014 12:42 pm

carlson1 wrote:
RPBrown wrote:Really no such thing as affordable anymore. Most are either being leased long term already or out of reach dollar wise, or have no game left on them unless you go a long way out from DFW and even then they are expensive. . . .
USDA Prime + Angus Rib-Eye's are cheaper. :thumbs2:
But then you can't make deer/pork fat/jalapeno/cheese sausage from Rib-Eyes.
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Re: Affordable Deer Lease in North Texas Near DFW

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Post by Carry-a-Kimber » Mon Jan 20, 2014 3:32 pm

WildBill wrote:
carlson1 wrote:
RPBrown wrote:Really no such thing as affordable anymore. Most are either being leased long term already or out of reach dollar wise, or have no game left on them unless you go a long way out from DFW and even then they are expensive. . . .
USDA Prime + Angus Rib-Eye's are cheaper. :thumbs2:
But then you can't make deer/pork fat/jalapeno/cheese sausage from Rib-Eyes.
And those cows aren't much fun to shoot. :biggrinjester:

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Re: Affordable Deer Lease in North Texas Near DFW

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Post by WildBill » Mon Jan 20, 2014 5:45 pm

Carry-a-Kimber wrote:
WildBill wrote:
carlson1 wrote:
RPBrown wrote:Really no such thing as affordable anymore. Most are either being leased long term already or out of reach dollar wise, or have no game left on them unless you go a long way out from DFW and even then they are expensive. . . .
USDA Prime + Angus Rib-Eye's are cheaper. :thumbs2:
But then you can't make deer/pork fat/jalapeno/cheese sausage from Rib-Eyes.
And those cows aren't much fun to shoot. :biggrinjester:
:iagree: Easy, maybe, but not much fun. :smilelol5:
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Re: Affordable Deer Lease in North Texas Near DFW

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Post by Oldgringo » Mon Jan 20, 2014 6:59 pm

carlson1 wrote:
RPBrown wrote:Really no such thing as affordable anymore. Most are either being leased long term already or out of reach dollar wise, or have no game left on them unless you go a long way out from DFW and even then they are expensive. . . .
USDA Prime + Angus Rib-Eye's are cheaper. :thumbs2:
That's kinda' what I was thinkin'. $1,300 will buy a lot of steak and lobster. OTOH, I've never shot a lobster or a cow either, for that matter. It may be more fun than I know?

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Re: Affordable Deer Lease in North Texas Near DFW

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Post by Sidro » Mon Jan 20, 2014 8:04 pm

Shot lots of cows not any fun, deer however are. Steak houses are still cheaper than deer hunting.


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Re: Affordable Deer Lease in North Texas Near DFW

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Post by bloodhound13 » Thu Feb 05, 2015 4:10 pm

I'm paying $700 a year for 164 acres in Jacksboro, I hunt it with my wife's uncle. Luckily, there's whitetail, pig, turkey, among other critters. Look around, there are still decent places that don't break the bank.

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