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Old 09-04-2018, 12:22 PM   #401
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I knew something didnít feel right today. Now I know. I really hate to do this but I am compelled to call out a party foul when I see one of this caliber. That old set of office chairs in this new Cadillac blind is just not going to work. It ainít right. Thatís like wearing a big black felt cowboy hat after Memorial Day, like claiming deer genetics superiority based on state line, or like driving the wrong way on the turnpike when you are on a timeline.....it just donít work. For your consideration I humbly present a chair more in line with that shooting shackís pedigree.










That blind is a great addition to your place and is right in line with all the other improvements so far. First class. Well done, sir.
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is that really a blind!?? i thought it was the camp house. dang you okie boys are baller!

God's blessings onto yalls season, boys!

thats better than good luck for your 411.
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Good Work! Those new blinds like you will be able to get some good sleep in them. LOL!
Especially if I take Booners advice on the seating upgrade
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Old 09-15-2018, 09:05 PM   #402
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Took a trip out today to square the cabin, barn, and skinning shed away to prepare for the opener and took a quick trip around to check on the status of the plots and was happy to see good progress. They should really be in great shape by the time the deer hit them after the first freeze!
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Old 09-15-2018, 09:13 PM   #403
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Back in the spring I was approached by my neighbor about potentially buying some quail from the state to release. I said that I would and bought 50 to start with. His wife drove to Oklahoma City on Monday to bring them back and I told him to just release them in my south field. Much to my surprise we ran into some today! Hopefully after another few years we can bring back a sustainable population!
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Old 09-15-2018, 09:15 PM   #404
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Good stuff on the quail! Way to try & help out nature!!!
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Old 09-15-2018, 09:30 PM   #405
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Good stuff on the quail! Way to try & help out nature!!!
I am not a bird hunter, but they are a unique addition to the landscape! My commitment makes me the third land owner in the group that is signed on, so hopefully after a few years we can bring them back to some level! Hope things are moving along for you at your place
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Plots look good, and your decision on the quail will pay dividends.


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Old 09-16-2018, 07:59 PM   #407
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Plots look good, and your decision on the quail will pay dividends.


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They sure are doing better than the spring attempt Hope things are looking awesome for you this year
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White!

Good call on the birds. I can sit and listen to those little guys all day.
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Old 09-18-2018, 12:00 PM   #409
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Good call on the birds. I can sit and listen to those little guys all day.

I really look forward to them taking hold and making a come back Progress on your place is coming along! Love the updates
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Old 10-03-2018, 08:49 PM   #410
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Well, it wasn't perfect timing, but you have to take it when you can get it! My Dozer guy has been behind and finally was able to make it out to handle a few things! First up is the back door where I had him clear a 150 yd lane straight through the timber up the hill, to the stands front, where I put the second of my two feeders and a 200 plus yard lane to the right down the east fence line! Both should give outstanding coverage in all directions! Time will tell
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Old 10-03-2018, 09:01 PM   #411
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Next up is the stand I call Black Pond in the NE part of the property. I had a bigger section cleared for a larger food plot next year just off of the current one, a 200 yd lane out the left window, and a 125 yard land our the right rear ending in a summer food plot! The terrain is very thick and by hand corning these new lanes it should provide great opportunity
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Solid work.

Those lanes will off.

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Old 10-03-2018, 09:12 PM   #413
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Lastly, I spread three loads of rock on the barn pad to alleviate the muddy mess that was sure to come. I also had the dozer cut back from skinning rack to prevent the mud from accumulating on the pad in times of heavy rain. To prevent future erosion I also spread 1K lb of quickcrete around the base of the building to shield the pad from continuous runoff from the roof. So with all of this finally complete I am going to kick off my season this Friday for the week! Good luck out there
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Those lanes will off.

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I have great hopes that they will Good luck this year!
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Old 10-04-2018, 08:03 PM   #415
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On the trip back out this evening I remembered to to grab a pic of the future shooting range that is close to camp. Early spring project will be getting a small pad with roof and a bench. For now its time to hunt
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Old 10-04-2018, 08:27 PM   #416
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Good Luck My Friend!!!
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Old 10-04-2018, 09:03 PM   #417
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Good luck this season. Your place is really coming along nicely.
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Old 10-04-2018, 09:08 PM   #418
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Darton, everything looks good! I love the dozer work should make for some awesome new hunting spots!
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Old 10-04-2018, 09:09 PM   #419
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You got it going on man, really enjoy following along.
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Old 10-04-2018, 09:53 PM   #420
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Good Luck My Friend!!!
To you as well sir

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Good luck this season. Your place is really coming along nicely.
Many thanks and good luck to you sir

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Darton, everything looks good! I love the dozer work should make for some awesome new hunting spots!
I really think itís going to be a game changer! Look forward to your first season north of the red river

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Thank you sir As do you with your restaurant
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Old 10-11-2018, 12:30 PM   #421
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Plots a looking good and should be good to go when the first freeze hits! With low temps this morning in the 40's bigger deer are beginning to move! Good luck out there
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Old 10-11-2018, 12:49 PM   #422
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Looking good. Good luck with that buck this year. Might as well broadcast some seed on those new clearings!
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Old 01-07-2019, 07:35 AM   #423
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Well just one more week to go and it will be a wrap! This season has been a disaster with all of the oil field activity around my place. After a visit you would think they just discovered Spindle Top! Not one picture or sighting of a mature deer after they began in Mid September. At this point they are finally starting to move on, but it ends up being too little too late for my season. As a result, I have launched a trapping offensive against the predator population and it is really paying off! I hope my efforts spare a few fawns this year! On to more projects
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Old 01-07-2019, 07:42 AM   #424
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It will help not only fawns but the quail. Also coons are bad on their nests
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Old 01-07-2019, 09:11 AM   #425
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NICE!! Love trapping those big wooly Okie Yotes!
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Old 01-07-2019, 09:22 AM   #426
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I want to do some trapping at my place but dang neighbors dogs roam free on my place from time to time and i'd hate to catch one...maybe. Jokes aside I'd sure like to get a few yotes.
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Old 01-07-2019, 10:10 AM   #427
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wow, that is nice....
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Old 01-07-2019, 10:25 AM   #428
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Great looking place buddy
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Old 01-07-2019, 11:02 AM   #429
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Awesome! Can you give me some details on what and how your trapping???


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It will help not only fawns but the quail. Also coons are bad on their nests
Great to hear that since I released 50 in September
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I want to do some trapping at my place but dang neighbors dogs roam free on my place from time to time and i'd hate to catch one...maybe. Jokes aside I'd sure like to get a few yotes.
It is the only effective option I have found! It hunts when you cant 24/7

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Old 01-07-2019, 05:47 PM   #432
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Actually I am being an apprentice to my neighbors son who is a magician! We run snares on trails through the fence, but our main stations with spring traps are baited with deer hides with trails made 360 to the bait. All traps are set around the perimeter, which is about 50 ft to the bait station, because, according to my teacher, they rarely come in until their investigation of the perimeter is checked! He has an amazing success rate and I just keep on learning

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Old 01-07-2019, 06:49 PM   #433
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Gotcha. Your putting em down


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Old 01-07-2019, 07:32 PM   #434
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Hate to hear about the oil field activity. I was just thinking the other day if you had connected on one of your early target bucks.

For every one of those fawn catchers you take out, it will pay dividends.

How did your plots turn out? Have you got a hard freeze on them yet?


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Old 01-07-2019, 09:33 PM   #435
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Well, rats on the season and pipeline activity! I was wondering the other day how your hunts were going. I know it must be disappointing after all your work getting ready, but...those bucks are still there and will be getting fat on your plots! That is one pretty place with a well thought out plan!
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Old 01-08-2019, 08:25 AM   #436
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Hate to hear about the oil field activity. I was just thinking the other day if you had connected on one of your early target bucks.

For every one of those fawn catchers you take out, it will pay dividends.

How did your plots turn out? Have you got a hard freeze on them yet?


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Food plots turned out great! The only problem is I should have doubled the acreage I planted due to them being eaten down to the dirt Hope your had a great season RWC

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Well, rats on the season and pipeline activity! I was wondering the other day how your hunts were going. I know it must be disappointing after all your work getting ready, but...those bucks are still there and will be getting fat on your plots! That is one pretty place with a well thought out plan!
It happens sir The work is a labor of love so it all works out! With them moving on I will have high hopes for next year! As always sending prayers your way for a full recovery
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"[I]Food plots turned out great! The only problem is I should have doubled the acreage I planted due to them being eaten down to the dirt Hope your had a great season RWC"[I]

I understand on plot sizing. I plant approximately 6 acres of plots every fall on my river grounds. On average weather years my plots look like a golf course fairway by Jan 1st. This year with the late September army worms, then the unreal amounts of rain my plots have struggled.
With that said, I have fed quite a bit of pellets the last six weeks trying to off set.

Our season started fairly slow, but finished with a bank. Ashton, Breck and myself were blessed.

Have a good one and keep in touch.

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"[I]Food plots turned out great! The only problem is I should have doubled the acreage I planted due to them being eaten down to the dirt Hope your had a great season RWC"[I]

I understand on plot sizing. I plant approximately 6 acres of plots every fall on my river grounds. On average weather years my plots look like a golf course fairway by Jan 1st. This year with the late September army worms, then the unreal amounts of rain my plots have struggled.
With that said, I have fed quite a bit of pellets the last six weeks trying to off set.

Our season started fairly slow, but finished with a bank. Ashton, Breck and myself were blessed.

Have a good one and keep in touch.

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It is a constant struggle when relying on the weather and vermin to cooperate! Glad to hear you and your boys got it done Look forward to our collaboration as the journey continues.

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I decided to go for a sit yesterday evening in the hopes of getting a shot at a doe and much to my surprise I saw four bucks! All of which had already dropped their antlers except for one that was still holding on to one side. This is the first year that I have seen them drop so early and I even have a trail cam pic of one that dropped on December 20th. Going to have to exercise caution on taking a shot on a doe without giving a careful inspection first
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Old 01-11-2019, 11:29 AM   #442
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Absolutely, looking forward to doing a little shed hunting after the season Trapping seems to be taking up a little bit more of my time! Caught these two in the last day
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Old 01-11-2019, 01:59 PM   #444
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Found the pic from the buck on December 20th. No doubt he had just dropped them!
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Old 02-19-2019, 08:46 PM   #445
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Darton my man lol. I apologize for not posting up sooner but man you really have it going on. The barn the big lake already stocked with fish and food lol...can't wait to see the cabin you build.

The place is looking great and anyone can tell how much work you 've put into the place...labor of love I know but it's a lot of work; I know for sure and certain of that.

Thanks for taking us along. Hopefully you'll have a quiet season this year and the deer will stay put and not be run off by the oil field crews.

Man I love the threads about your place. Keep them coming!
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Old 02-20-2019, 08:22 AM   #446
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Darton my man lol. I apologize for not posting up sooner but man you really have it going on. The barn the big lake already stocked with fish and food lol...can't wait to see the cabin you build.

The place is looking great and anyone can tell how much work you 've put into the place...labor of love I know but it's a lot of work; I know for sure and certain of that.

Thanks for taking us along. Hopefully you'll have a quiet season this year and the deer will stay put and not be run off by the oil field crews.

Man I love the threads about your place. Keep them coming!
It has been a while! I hope things on your end are going well! With a little luck all things should return back to normal this year with regards to the oil field. In the near future I will be starting a thread for a new project and would love for you to follow along on that one to
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I'll be there lol.
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Old 02-20-2019, 11:11 AM   #448
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Very jealous, Congrats on living the dream.
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Old 02-22-2019, 07:43 AM   #449
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How's your trapping gone so for?

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The tally so far is 17 yotes and 19 cats! I am hoping that the effort will give the fawn crop a break!
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