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Old 01-16-2019, 05:17 AM   #51
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Not to get too far off topic but anyone know a place around San Angelo to get into sand bass? Always hunted here but I just moved here and need something to do in the off season. Don't need your honey hole just a lead on a body of water
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It’s time to start thinning the herd



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This old boy may have a target on his side next year. I named him Pappy

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Ivie is full of white bass. They are schooling up now in deep water.
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Have a couple young bucks that already dropped antlers. Be careful if shooting late does.


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Old 01-18-2019, 05:54 PM   #55
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If yíall have kids shooting crossbows most of the bolts and broadheads at Walmart are 1/2 off.


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Thanks ill go check them out, always need extra for the kids to fling at hogs.
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Old 01-20-2019, 03:05 PM   #57
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Old 01-20-2019, 03:52 PM   #58
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Yeeeeess!! Its about time to start leaning that way..
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Old 01-25-2019, 02:26 PM   #59
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Made a trip to the lease south of Christoval last weekend and range conditions still looked really well. All the normally dry creeks were still running and or holding lots of water.
Deer seemed to be more concentrated around feed areas but still looked to be in real good shape. Videoed and glassed multiple bucks that had already dropped one or both sides of their horns.

Fingers crossed for a few spring rains.

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Old 01-25-2019, 02:36 PM   #60
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Our feeders are very slow still right now. Range conditions still great I guess.
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Old 01-25-2019, 03:00 PM   #61
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Heading west in the next hour to put out cottonseed and work on set ups to get ahead of the summer heat.
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Just for the record, my ONLY kill this year (can't say harvested, another OP on that WORD, lol.)

I was so ready after last years Buck, but as stated before, just did not see one I would have shot. I also don't like to kill Doe's late season as I still remember years past a Doe I killed late season pregnant with 2. Yeah, just one of those things I don't like to do. But even this year, few opportunities to even kill a Doe with the same reasons quoted?

But...a PIG is a PIG and at least with this Boar..gave me a chance to try out a new rifle. DRT and perhaps a few less piggies to compete with the corn?

Oh, 7mm-08 Ruger did the trick and looking forward to the coming season.
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Old 01-25-2019, 05:52 PM   #63
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Just for the record, my ONLY kill this year (can't say harvested, another OP on that WORD, lol.)

I was so ready after last years Buck, but as stated before, just did not see one I would have shot. I also don't like to kill Doe's late season as I still remember years past a Doe I killed late season pregnant with 2. Yeah, just one of those things I don't like to do. But even this year, few opportunities to even kill a Doe with the same reasons quoted?

But...a PIG is a PIG and at least with this Boar..gave me a chance to try out a new rifle. DRT and perhaps a few less piggies to compete with the corn?

Oh, 7mm-08 Ruger did the trick and looking forward to the coming season.
Nice Boar! Congrats. KAP
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Old 01-25-2019, 06:24 PM   #65
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Nice piggy.

Taking the wife to town this weekend so I can varmint hunt next weekend.

We filled protein again this past week. Real slow on consumption but Iím not complaining!


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Old 01-27-2019, 05:35 PM   #66
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If anyone needs some on site RV repair, pm me and I'll provide the number. Both my son and I needed some work done on our RV's and David did a very good job. He's based out of San Angelo, did the work at our Robert Lee lease.

He does all electrical, appliances, propane heaters, AC, roofs etc.

We are VERY particular about credibility and quality work so satisfied.

Hope I'm not stepping on any Toe's here on the GS if you do the same service?
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Protein consumption sure way down. Solid fillary as far as the eye can see.
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Old 02-12-2019, 03:34 PM   #68
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Heard the turkey numbers were down out that way. Is that what you are seeing?
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Protein consumption sure way down. Solid fillary as far as the eye can see.
What is fillary?
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Old 02-12-2019, 03:43 PM   #70
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We had an absolutely incredible year last year and plenty of rain this year so I'm assuming we will have another good year. I have had some large groups of hens and young jakes (30s and 40s) pass through my feedpen on my Coverts as they usually do this time of year. ...the mature Toms usually start showing up on cameras in March with them. I've had a couple of small groups of Toms show up sporadically since the end of deer season. Everything seems pretty normal.
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Heard the turkey numbers were down out that way. Is that what you are seeing?
The grounds we hunt south of Christoval did not show a noticeable reduction in turkey numbers during the general season. We will be back out there first weekend in March. I will post back on what the trail cameras are showing after that in regards to turkey numbers.

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There are several different types in west Texas. Filaree is correct spelling looks like I got corrected to something else.




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Old 02-13-2019, 03:13 PM   #73
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Our hatch was was down next to nada but we have carry over of a big number of birds.
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Got it. Just looked it up. Our place was covered in the stuff. It was like carpet.
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Got it. Just looked it up. Our place was covered in the stuff. It was like carpet.


Candy to deer in the winter and early spring. Big reason they donít care about feeders. Big fall and early winter rains always bring a lot of it.


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Guess we are out of luck..never seen it on our place near RL?
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Guess we are out of luck..never seen it on our place near RL?


Look around I bet itís there. A lot of times itís thatched up under old grass. If you have sheep/goats or an over abundance of deer it could be eaten as well.


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No livestock and a fire in 2011 means our deer numbers are lower than what I guess would be the historical average.

That stuff was like carpet in certain places that the grass/cedars weren't too high.
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Guess we are out of luck..never seen it on our place near RL?
Most of it isnít that tall off the ground and bloomed. If you see a really small green plant thatís growing tight to the ground and has a bright red leaf mixed with green leafs, almost looks like blood droplets on the ground(makes it tough when tracking deer) thatís it. I donít think theaters is property in western Texas especially around Angelo that doesnít grow it. #1 most preferred deer browse there is.
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If anyone needs some on site RV repair, pm me and I'll provide the number. Both my son and I needed some work done on our RV's and David did a very good job. He's based out of San Angelo, did the work at our Robert Lee lease.

He does all electrical, appliances, propane heaters, AC, roofs etc.

We are VERY particular about credibility and quality work so satisfied.

Hope I'm not stepping on any Toe's here on the GS if you do the same service?
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I'd love someone to come teach me how to use my 5th wheel and go through the various systems. I'm on the east side of Ivie. Is that too far?
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After the 2010-2011 super drought, when we had nothing but dirt, leafless oaks and mesquites and some dead cedar, we got 7Ē of rain opening weekend plus another 4-5 the next two weeks. Our place was covered in this filaree and clover. 2400 acres of basically one large food plot. That year was the only year, I have ever been skunked on our place and that probably happened 10-15 times. The other times youíd see them out in the fields browsing on it. Hated it then... love it now except when I have to track a deer because I donít see red as well as some folks.

Thanks for the name, didnít know that. I just knew the deer ate it.

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Check out the nutrition numbers in it, it’s pretty amazing. Also one of the most palatable browse there is also.
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Old 02-14-2019, 03:48 PM   #85
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Filaree will be everywhere this year throughout the Spring with the rainfall we got this Fall. It's around 20 to 25% crude protein. Great forage!
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Hey all...I shared with Gunnyart my contact today. All I can tell you is David did a great job for me and just PM if you need his contact info. I will NOT share on this general OP but again happy to provide in a PM.

One thing, again, he is based out of San Angelo so depending on your location there could be a destination charge? He's worked on my son and our RV's and we were very pleased.

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Filaree will be everywhere this year throughout the Spring with the rainfall we got this Fall. It's around 20 to 25% crude protein. Great forage!
Heck ya free protein,
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Hey all...I shared with Gunnyart my contact today. All I can tell you is David did a great job for me and just PM if you need his contact info. I will NOT share on this general OP but again happy to provide in a PM.

One thing, again, he is based out of San Angelo so depending on your location there could be a destination charge? He's worked on my son and our RV's and we were very pleased.

Kuma...
Good info to have thanks

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The pastures and deer are in incredible shape for this time of year. Should be one heck of a Spring at this rate.
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Iím back!! Haha


Didnít get to go to Mexico but 2 times and only once to hunt so Iíll be back hunting here next year. Still kept the place down there but since 1 guy was getting of our place in Christoval I just didnít fill it and took it back. Oh and we still have A TON of standing water from this past year.





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Love to learn something new. I have seen it in multiple places over the years and currently middle panhandle itís abundant. Maybe not as tall and bloomed but definitely in abundance. Glad to hear itís a good early food source.
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Smart another use for the totes.




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yes I always see it when tracking a blood trail, learned something new.
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Didnít get to go to Mexico but 2 times and only once to hunt so Iíll be back hunting here next year. Still kept the place down there but since 1 guy was getting of our place in Christoval I just didnít fill it and took it back. Oh and we still have A TON of standing water from this past year.




Thatís a ton of water for that part of the country! Heading into spring right
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Now that’s a great idea right there. That would be an alfalfa and rice bran feeding machine

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This could be a fun thread to follow
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Old 02-23-2019, 07:15 PM   #99
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Made a round and checked feeders. No sheds yet around the feed pens.

Put a couple bags each of palmers wormer protein in our timed trough feeders and the bulk feeders that were empty. Topped everything off with peas. Most of the feeders weren't empty and pretty slow as far as consumption goes but that is a good thing.

Got a sprinkle overnight trace to maybe 1/10 didnt check gauge. Probably means Christoval got 2 inches.

Blanket of green everywhere but sure drying out. Would be good timing to get a good rain the next couple weeks sometime.
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Old 02-24-2019, 02:09 PM   #100
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Another great weekend out west. We got out 6 tons of protein. Ended up getting some work around camp done. So far the consumption on the cottonseed has been very slow. We found two fresh sheds this weekend and saw plenty of deer. Most the bucks still had their racks. Also got my new T-Shade over my TC before the heat wave hits.











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