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Old 05-15-2018, 05:31 PM   #501
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Iím taking one across at Columbia this weekend.I plan to declare and pay taxes if I have to. Iíll let you know how it goes.
Bueno suerte.
I spent 3 hours at Columbia crossing 12 feeders a week ago. I had to go through the same process as the commercial trucks (so I was told).

My "receipt" worked fine, but they charged me a $180 "import fee" in US$ on top of the 16% in Pesos, calculated off the receipt total. Ended up being about $400 total, so not terrible for that much equipment. The time spent in the waiting area was the biggest beating.

I was told that each gringo was allowed to bring 2 "hunting items"/each -whatever that means - and anything more than 2/person would be hit w/ the additional import fee.
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Old 05-15-2018, 06:15 PM   #502
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They can throw a fit over just about anything. It just depends on where you cross and who you are dealing with. Nothing surprises me anymore. And a 72 gallon fuel tank in bed of the truck could create problems for you at some point. Even if it is filled through the OEM fill port (not sure how that is possible).
Idk how they did it either, neither did he as thatís how it was when he bought it, but they managed to do it
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Old 05-15-2018, 06:17 PM   #503
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Bueno suerte.
I spent 3 hours at Columbia crossing 12 feeders a week ago. I had to go through the same process as the commercial trucks (so I was told).

My "receipt" worked fine, but they charged me a $180 "import fee" in US$ on top of the 16% in Pesos, calculated off the receipt total. Ended up being about $400 total, so not terrible for that much equipment. The time spent in the waiting area was the biggest beating.

I was told that each gringo was allowed to bring 2 "hunting items"/each -whatever that means - and anything more than 2/person would be hit w/ the additional import fee.
So like 2 game cameras per person, or something like that?

How much did you put cost per feeder? We are doing $150... Cost us $125 to build them.
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Old 05-15-2018, 07:11 PM   #504
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Our new place is off the grid, and the old diesel generator is really loud.

I was looking into one of the new gas Yamaha's(Yamaha EF2800i), but the logistics of getting it across the frontera is a bit daunting. Anyone attempted taking one across @ Columbia?
I have a Honda 3000 inverter generator. 2 years ago, during season, they charged me $100 at Columbia. The guy said to keep that receipt and I wouldnít have to pay again. It got ruined during Harvey though.
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Old 05-15-2018, 07:19 PM   #505
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So like 2 game cameras per person, or something like that?

How much did you put cost per feeder? We are doing $150... Cost us $125 to build them.
I’ve taken 10 cameras down at once in acuna and never had an issue
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Old 05-15-2018, 07:20 PM   #506
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Iíve taken 10 cameras down at once in acuna and never had an issue


Donít ever take them new!!! They will charge you. Always make them look used.


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One feeder at a time is what we have been told. We take all sorts of stuff that would be deemed as “taxable” rule of thumb, make sure nothing is sticking over the bed of the truck and 99% of the time they will let you roll on through. A bunch of equipment sticking out of the bed is a sure cause for the red light. I cross at Eagle Pass and they are much easier than Columbia. I’m not sure I would be on a ranch down there that requires me to cross at Columbia. It’s an absolute nightmare.
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Old 05-15-2018, 08:36 PM   #508
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As always everything in moderation. It can be a pain in the *** but it is what it is. You can also take gas cans they just have to be empty.


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Old 05-15-2018, 08:51 PM   #509
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So like 2 game cameras per person, or something like that?

How much did you put cost per feeder? We are doing $150... Cost us $125 to build them.


I put $100/feeder. It was a mix of feeders I built and old feeder barrels I had at the ranch.
I put several new feeder motors in the back of truck under all our bedding and bags. Hit them with spray paint so they looked used.

I donít think the border guy we had even knew what the feeders were. The customs guy did try and look up contact info for our tx ranch, which I created the receipt for. Next time I will just use a handwritten receipt and tell them i bought them off Craigslist in San Antonio. Be sure to tell them you paid cash for the feeders.


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I put $100/feeder. It was a mix of feeders I built and old feeder barrels I had at the ranch.
I put several new feeder motors in the back of truck under all our bedding and bags. Hit them with spray paint so they looked used.

I donít think the border guy we had even knew what the feeders were. The customs guy did try and look up contact info for our tx ranch, which I created the receipt for. Next time I will just use a handwritten receipt and tell them i bought them off Craigslist in San Antonio. Be sure to tell them you paid cash for the feeders.


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Farmdog brought one in the other day and that guy apparently knew exactly what a feeder was
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Old 05-16-2018, 08:17 AM   #511
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I put $100/feeder. It was a mix of feeders I built and old feeder barrels I had at the ranch.
I put several new feeder motors in the back of truck under all our bedding and bags. Hit them with spray paint so they looked used.

I donít think the border guy we had even knew what the feeders were. The customs guy did try and look up contact info for our tx ranch, which I created the receipt for. Next time I will just use a handwritten receipt and tell them i bought them off Craigslist in San Antonio. Be sure to tell them you paid cash for the feeders.


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I've got receipts and invoices for our feeders that my buddy built at his company , but for example we are taking a used 10,000 BTU window unit across should I just make a bill of sale up for it for $200 (since it was bought years ago), and sign it saying bought off craiglist 2 months ago paid cash?
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Old 05-16-2018, 08:38 AM   #512
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It took a solid hour to cross 1 feeder. I was thinking about Shane for 1 hour! Seriously...since Ive returned to Mexico everyone on their side has been super nice and polite to me. Bridge guys just doing their job.Cops and soldiers, all friendly. I usually get smiles out of them before I drive off
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Old 05-16-2018, 10:04 AM   #513
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One feeder at a time is what we have been told. We take all sorts of stuff that would be deemed as “taxable” rule of thumb, make sure nothing is sticking over the bed of the truck and 99% of the time they will let you roll on through. A bunch of equipment sticking out of the bed is a sure cause for the red light. I cross at Eagle Pass and they are much easier than Columbia. I’m not sure I would be on a ranch down there that requires me to cross at Columbia. It’s an absolute nightmare.
Dont get too comfortable up there in Piedras. We have been turned around there on more than one occasion for hauling things that we shouldn't have been.
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I told a friend to keep his mouth shut while crossing.When asked to declare my buddy opened his mouth with "nada". I was chewed up and down, threatened and turned around for allowing him to speak. No brainer...declare weapons when they already know u have them. That same guy worked Falcon
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From over 30 years of crossing the border, Columbia is BY FAR the best bridge to cross, FWTW. The only problem I've had was when I left some ammo in my glove box but that was my own fault and I asked for it. Can't blame the Mexicans for that.
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Old 05-16-2018, 09:41 PM   #516
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Our new place is off the grid, and the old diesel generator is really loud.

I was looking into one of the new gas Yamaha's(Yamaha EF2800i), but the logistics of getting it across the frontera is a bit daunting. Anyone attempted taking one across @ Columbia?
We crossed last week at Columbia with a Yamaha 2000 generator, they didn't say a word about it. A few years back we would cross one at the beginning of every season. Crossed it for 6 or 7 yrs and never had a problem.
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Old 05-17-2018, 12:15 PM   #517
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From over 30 years of crossing the border, Columbia is BY FAR the best bridge to cross, FWTW. The only problem I've had was when I left some ammo in my glove box but that was my own fault and I asked for it. Can't blame the Mexicans for that.
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Old 05-18-2018, 07:00 AM   #518
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Any new updates for the Falcon Dam crossing area. Besides it get in hot!
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Old 05-18-2018, 11:39 PM   #519
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Our new place is off the grid, and the old diesel generator is really loud.

I was looking into one of the new gas Yamaha's(Yamaha EF2800i), but the logistics of getting it across the frontera is a bit daunting. Anyone attempted taking one across @ Columbia?
I crossed at Columbia this morning with my generator, declared it showed a receipt, paid my taxes and rolled through in about 20 minutes. The lady did say if it was a smaller generator I may have been able to cross without paying taxes. Not sure that is true but thatís what she said.
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Old 05-20-2018, 07:34 PM   #520
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Hopefully we all get a little bit.
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Old 05-21-2018, 09:15 AM   #521
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Farm Logs shows we got 8/10ths off the pipeline W of Laredo. Finally something.

The big rains just keep staying North of us, falling apart - then reforming down in the valley. I hope you Coahuila hunters are fairing better.
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Not fairing better in our neighborhood
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Old 05-21-2018, 09:24 AM   #523
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farmlogs showed we got 0.00", we have had 1.07" since March 12th when we went last. Headed back in June
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Old 05-21-2018, 09:31 AM   #524
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Farm Log showed 1.5Ē last night on are lease! Much needed rain!!


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Actually correction. This just in. we got 1 1/2" at El Gato last night. Timing terrific!. Considering the wet winter we had even though spring rains have been light I think we are off to a great start.
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Actually correction. This just in. we got 1 1/2" at El Gato last night. Timing terrific!. Considering the wet winter we had even though spring rains have been light I think we are off to a great start.


Yes sir that 1.5Ē should back up the great winter rains from this past season!


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Old 05-21-2018, 09:52 AM   #527
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hoping we got some meaningful rainfall west of Laredo. The radars looked promising, but will wait to hear from our rancher to see what the final amount way....farmlogs says 0.95", which isnt bad.

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Old 05-21-2018, 10:44 AM   #528
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According to FarmLogs we received .52 to 1.12" across the ranch last night at ranch between
1:00 - 4:00 am, I was there this Saturday brush looks good but the ground surface is very dry, pens are beat down hitting pellets good, find a few sheds, breezy, did get warm in afternoon, this rain will definitely help! Peace Out!
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Old 05-22-2018, 01:12 PM   #529
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Anyone getting any good growth yet
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Old 05-22-2018, 01:16 PM   #530
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Anyone getting any good growth yet
I saw 2 bucks last weekend in southern Coahuila with 6"-8" of growth, 2" brows and about to fork at the G-2. I saw several others with only 1" - 4" of growth.
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Old 05-23-2018, 09:48 AM   #531
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Got 1.4" rain yesterday, and didn't even know it was going to rain! Gives us right at 2.5" in the past 2.5 months.
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Hello all you Mexico hunters, been a while since I been here,, just snooping around..
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Hello all you Mexico hunters, been a while since I been here,, just snooping around..


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O my god yes !!
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Old 05-23-2018, 10:47 PM   #535
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We got 1.5 Sunday night. Couldn’t have come at a better time. Lakes were getting low and the pasture was really starting to suffer.
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Old 05-24-2018, 06:43 AM   #536
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We got 1.5 Sunday night. Couldnít have come at a better time. Lakes were getting low and the pasture was really starting to suffer.


1.5 in our neck of the brush as well.
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We got 1.5 Sunday night. Couldnít have come at a better time. Lakes were getting low and the pasture was really starting to suffer.
1.7Ē - 2Ē for us on Sunday. Great timing!!!!
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We got 1.5 Sunday night. Couldnít have come at a better time. Lakes were getting low and the pasture was really starting to suffer.


We definitely needed it! Most of us were on the verge of things getting quite ugly. Weíre long overdue for a drought but, this rain helped delay it. I hope our summer comes with some rain. Itís fixing to get HOT starting Saturday. 103-105 every day for the foreseeable future and itís barely May...


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We definitely needed it! Most of us were on the verge of things getting quite ugly. Weíre long overdue for a drought but, this rain helped delay it. I hope our summer comes with some rain. Itís fixing to get HOT starting Saturday. 103-105 every day for the foreseeable future and itís barely May...


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I agree weíre beyond due for a drought Hate it might be during our first year on a new ranch, but weíll make the best of it if so. Weíre showing several days next week between 105-107į

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I think the high heats are a worse problem than drought...if thats possible.At least with feed you can compensate somewhat. Worse it often seems excessive heat and drought go hand in hand.
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Summer heat on the way for sure
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Just means you'll need a few extra coldy's next trip
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Anyone know the dates for Coahuila? I heard they extended it into feb...
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Old 06-04-2018, 10:07 PM   #544
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I havenít seen anything yet.


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Old 06-05-2018, 12:02 PM   #545
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Old 06-05-2018, 12:27 PM   #546
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Yeah I Wish they would Learn that A Early Start would Make way more of a difference than a Extended Late Season
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Old 06-05-2018, 01:43 PM   #547
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Yeah I Wish they would Learn that A Early Start would Make way more of a difference than a Extended Late Season
No Kidding - we are in Tamps this year, and I don't think the season starts until the Friday after Thanksgiving. Something around a Nov 10 start be ideal.

On the same note - if we have our paperwork in, will Angadi allow hunters to check in guns prior to the season starting - in mid October?
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Old 06-05-2018, 01:52 PM   #548
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Get a hog license along with your deer and you should have no problem checking in early that way.


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No Kidding - we are in Tamps this year, and I don't think the season starts until the Friday after Thanksgiving. Something around a Nov 10 start be ideal.

On the same note - if we have our paperwork in, will Angadi allow hunters to check in guns prior to the season starting - in mid October?
You Can get your Guns in as Soon as you get Paperwork with the Early Date to Check in. If you Have feral Hogs you are eligible for early Permits good for 6 months. But, Your Landowner has to Put in for them. Other than that You would have to Probably Add a Jav. Tag or Bird Tag in order to get Early Permits.
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