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Whitetail Deer and Spring Turkey Hunting in Texas. - I try to check my e-mail box twice each day. These trophies demonstrate the potential size of our low-fence, fair-chase bucks here in West Texas. 4-15-19: New knee. Turkey photos. Rain and hail. Spring outlook great. Our Buck of the Year collection on this page illustrates the past 15 years of Adobe Lodge history. All bucks are the same price. No "pay-by-the-inch.". A TOUR OF THIS WEBSITE WILL GIVE YOU A GOOD IDEA OF WHAT TO EXPECT ON YOUR HUNT WITH US. WHITETAIL DEER - 100% Fair-chase SPRING TURKEY - Rio Grandes. Howdy from West Texas. I'm Skipper Duncan, and I appreciate your interest in our Adobe Lodge hunting. You decide which buck you will take, not your guide. But here's a warning: I update this site frequently, especially during our deer and spring turkey seasons. Checking our the latest postings can become addictive and might affect your productivity. Right Here On This Website - You will see. 2-5-19: 2018 season summarized. Many pages have been updated. No more than two deer may be taken from a two deer county during the 2017-2018 deer hunting season. Use dogs to hunt deer. Leashed dogs may be used to track wounded deer. Possess shotshells containing shot during the deer gun season, Nov. 27– Dec. 3, 2017, unless waterfowl hunting when the season is open. Hunt or pursue deer with a shotgun or specific straight-walled cartridge rifle loaded with more than three shells in the chamber and magazine combined. Hours are 30 minutes before sunrise to 30 minutes after sunset. Permission for Hunting or Trapping on Private Lands. Antlered deer are deer with at least one antler 3 inches or longer in length. Either-sex deer permit means: either-sex deer permit, senior either-sex deer permit, youth either-sex deer permit, free disabled veteran either-sex deer permit, or a free senior either-sex deer permit. requires hunters to bring deer hAvrested within the DSA boundaries to an ODNR Division of Wildlife inspection station for sampling during the deer-gun and deer muzzleloader seasons (check or any district office for locations and specific details); prohibits the placement of or use of bait (salt, minerals, or any food) to attract or feed deer within the DSA boundaries; prohibits hunting of deer by the aid of bait within the DSA boundaries; and prohibits the removal of a deer killed by a motor vehicle within the DSA boundaries unless the carcass complies with deer carcass regulations. Hunt coyote or feral swine (wild boar) between 30 minutes after sunset to 30 minutes before sunrise. Attach the completed game tag to the deer at the place where it fell. Use any device capable of transmitting or receiving a person's voice to aid in the hunting or taking of deer. The either-sex deer permit is valid Sept. 30, 2017 through Feb. 4, 2018. Normal agricultural activities, including feeding of domestic animals; as well as hunting deer over food plots, naturally occurring or cultivated plants, and agriculture crops are not prohibited. Three deer may be tagged with either-sex permits if the antlerless permit is not valid or not used. Hunt legal game and furbearers, including coyote and feral swine (wild boar). An antlerless deer permit is valid from Sept. 30– Nov. 26, 2017 in these counties: Cuyahoga, Delaware, Franklin, Hamilton, Lake, Lorain, Lucas, Portage, Stark, and Summit. Out of state hunters traveling through Ohio may possess any Cervidae carcass (or part of a carcass), provided the carcass or parts are not off-loaded from the vehicle. The antlerless deer permit is valid in select counties (see map, below) from Sept. 30– Nov. 26, 2017. The antlerless deer permit may be used to take antlerless deer only. Hunt coyote and feral swine (wild boar). Hunters must possess a valid hunting license and a valid deer permit. Fill in the deer permit with date, time, and county of kill.