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Gently rolling hills surround George West.Turkeys

"The Nueces River provides fishing and boating opportunities, and George West, is a popular headquarters for hunters of deer, turkey, dove, and quail."

-The Handbook of Texas Online
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Nueces River

Location:
Nearest MSA: Corpus Christi MSA Distance 63 miles
Nearest Interstate: I.H. 37 Distance 5 miles
Nearest Major Highway: U.S. Hwy. 59 & Hwy. 281 Distance 0 miles
TDOC Region Name: South Texas
Square Miles in City: 12
Average Elevation: 162
Square Miles in County: 1,055

White Tails
Live Oak County boasts some of the finest whitetail habitat, hunting and viewing in the U.S.

Climate:
January mean minimum: 41 F
July mean maximum: 95 F.
Annual average: 71 F.
Wettest month is June with 6" average rainfall.
Driest month is August with 0" average rainfall.
Annual rainfall: 27.6"

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Topography:

Located in the South Texas Brush Country, 65 miles northwest of Corpus Christi and 85 miles south of San Antonio. The landscape will run from flat land to rolling hills. Farm and ranch land dominate the area surrounding the town. The South Texas Brush County is made up of Mesquite, Oak, granjeno, white-brush, prickly pear and other native grasses and brush. The area is well known for producing trophy-class white-tailed deer. One of the most biologically diverse habitats in Texas, as tropical, grassland and desert species all inhabit the region.

28°19'52"N 98°07'01"W
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