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Featured Listing: 30 Acres in Madison County – Hunting & Recreation
A view west along the north side fence.

A view west along the north side fence.

Midway, TX – This secluded 30 acres is an ideal retreat for all who enjoy hunting, camping, recreational ATVs, and nature watching. Explore the clearings beneath the shade of towering oaks, visit the pond, and watch for game trails and tracks scattered throughout the woods. The property is fenced along the majority of the boundary lines, and a cleared fencerow allows you to drive a full circuit. Located 2 hours from Houston – come on Friday and stay the weekend! -Reduced!- $2,550/ac.

Please visit this listing online for more details: 30 Acres in Midway, TX – $2,550/ac.

Madison County Hunters – mark your calendars!

  • General Season:  November 6th, 2010 through January 2nd, 2011.

Visit the Texas Parks and Wildlife Dept. website for more details: Madison County Hunting Seasons

You may want to visit this 30 acres before the season is over. Just give me a call! (936)349-7075

30 Wooded Acres in Midway, TX

30 Wooded Acres in Midway, TX



Deer Hunting in Madison or Leon County, TX – Antler Restrictions

 

Deer Stand in Madisonville, TX

Deer Stand in Madisonville, TX

Deer hunting this weekend in Madison or Leon County? General season opens tomorrow, November 6th, 2010 and continues until January 2nd, 2011. Special Antler Restrictions are in effect. From the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department website:

Special Antler Restrictions do not apply to properties for which Level 2 or Level 3 MLDPs have been issued. For counties with Special Antler Restrictions, a legal buck deer has:

  1. at least one unbranched antler, or
  2. an inside spread of 13 inches or greater. The inside spread requirement does not apply to any buck that has an unbranched antler.

Not more than one buck with an inside spread of 13 inches or greater may be taken.

Click Here to view the Special Antler Restrictions and list of affected counties in Texas on the TPWD website.

Stay safe. Best of luck!