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I just moved back to my home state of Texas, Lago Vista, to be exact. I'm  20 minutes from Leander, 40 from Georgetown, 30 from Marble Falls. I've been hunting on and off for 30 years now. My interests are old coin, relics, shallow water hunting. I'd drive 2 hours one way to hunt if need be, thanks.

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Welcome back? :smile:

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On 10/12/2019 at 9:51 PM, Dan(NM) said:

I just moved back to my home state of Texas...

Keep an eye out when you're on a ridge.  I've heard of a Texan named Chuck who will talk your ear off.


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