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Old 04-16-2019, 07:46 AM   #551
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Nice buck Chicken fried!! Looks like you used a lever gun..what's the story?
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Old 04-16-2019, 09:09 AM   #552
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Did you see many Turkeys? The TPW report said that this year was supposed to be a good one for the counties in our area. I have only seen a few on my lease in the past 3 years but we have only had our water troughs set up for a little over a year now so I hope that will help. We are also have started spinning our feeders year round and I am trying to put milo in them as well.
I killed two. You can look up my thread under "Turkey beheading". The biologist told us that there hasn't been a good hatch in the Western Edwards Plateau in 3-years, which jives with what I've seen this year. They seem to be way down.
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Old 04-16-2019, 09:44 AM   #553
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I killed two. You can look up my thread under "Turkey beheading". The biologist told us that there hasn't been a good hatch in the Western Edwards Plateau in 3-years, which jives with what I've seen this year. They seem to be way down.
Thats awesome man. I was trying to find where I read that there was supposed to be a good hatch this year (which doesn't help us immediately obviously) but I am now having trouble finding it. I might have read it in a magazine because I could not find it online.
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Old 04-16-2019, 08:49 PM   #554
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Nice buck Chicken fried!! Looks like you used a lever gun..what's the story?
I shot it with a 243 in the lungs and tracked for about 75 yards. I stopped and waited another 30 minutes and had some coffee. When I went back I took my Marlin 44 mag with me for the rest of the trail. It went 150 yds on a double lung shot. Iím not a fan of 243s but I know a lot people love them. Itís my wifeís gun.
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Old 04-16-2019, 08:53 PM   #555
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Nice buck!
Thanks. The last one I killed was four years ago. I see does and young bucks quite often and never shoot them. This year I started putting out protein and the herd started showing up.
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Old 04-18-2019, 08:58 AM   #556
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I think this has already been said on this thread but I really didn't feel like going through 12 pages to make sure. If anyone is on Facebook I would suggest joining the Rocksprings Texas Hunting group. Good group of folks to connect with. There is some junk spam type posts but mostly just good folks sharing what is going on and are very helpful if you have any questions about the area.
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Old 04-18-2019, 09:43 AM   #557
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I think this has already been said on this thread but I really didn't feel like going through 12 pages to make sure. If anyone is on Facebook I would suggest joining the Rocksprings Texas Hunting group. Good group of folks to connect with. There is some junk spam type posts but mostly just good folks sharing what is going on and are very helpful if you have any questions about the area.
I agree.. I'm on there too

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Old 04-18-2019, 10:24 AM   #558
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Heading out for a quick trip to try and kill a bird and check trail cams; coming back Saturday. My second cousin is coming in with his son from Louisiana to chase turkeys as well, hopefully the birds want to play.

Picked up .88" from last nights storm as well so should have only fresh sign to go off.
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Old 04-18-2019, 10:33 AM   #559
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Glad to see the rain for sure. Saw we even got a little last night that puts us right at an inch over the past two days. Hopefully it isn't sloppy out there this weekend.
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Old 04-18-2019, 02:08 PM   #560
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What part of Edwards are you guys in? I'm looking hard for a slice of Texas.
We are off CR 460 at the end and there are several small parcels for sale. 40-60acres. 4000acre ranch with no internal fences, Land Owners Association.
It is StageCoach Springs/ Broken Spoke Ranch.

I could fill my tags every year If I were greedy.
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Old 04-21-2019, 03:43 PM   #561
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Had a good weekend at the lease. Weather was perfect. Deer seemed to not be hitting the cotton seed or protein as hard. I ended up shooting a decent sized hog that had some serious cutters.

Horns are just starting to break the skin on the whitetail. I am excited to see our game cam pics in the next few months.

Anyone seen any fawns yet?
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Old 04-22-2019, 05:53 AM   #562
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Nice pig. I got signed up on FB on the Rocksprings sites. I hope to head back out there in June.
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Old 04-22-2019, 06:44 AM   #563
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Nice pig...good teeth!
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Old 04-22-2019, 11:07 AM   #564
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Nice pig...good teeth!
Yeah, I was surprised when I walked up on him. I thought he was going to be bigger but when I saw the teeth I was excited all over again.

I plan on going back down the weekend of May 18th, hopefully I will see some fawns on the game cams.
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Old 04-22-2019, 12:22 PM   #565
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Nice pig! Thatís a good one.

I went out Thursday-Saturday for A trip by myself and the weather was absolutely incredible. Checked trail cameras and was disappointed to see that the bulls on camera held there horns anywhere from March 10-March 24th. Last year they dropped the last 2 weeks of February; thatís several weeks they arenít growing for next fall that they did last year.

The greenery is plentiful-just about everything is in bloom and the land looks very healthy right now.

I had 2 of my most fun turkey hunts Thursday and Friday evening. The 1st bird I shot was walking a rock ledge above the river, and I shot him at about 4 feet.

Definitely one of my closest encounters.

The second bird spent 5+ minutes spitting and drumming behind me at less than 10í before I turned and shot him.



Forgot a game bag so a bandana did the trick.

8 1/8Ē and 8 7/8Ē on the beards, best spur was hardly 7/8Ē.

Add em to the stack (2 on the left).


I also found the left base to the Blind 10 buck from his 2017 rack.



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Old 04-22-2019, 12:50 PM   #566
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Awesome Patton. Good stuff. Congrats on the turkeys
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Old 04-22-2019, 12:59 PM   #567
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Any of yall had any luck with a no till food plot in this lovely rock country?
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Old 04-22-2019, 01:16 PM   #568
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Great pics! How do you cook your turkey breast? I have always just given them an egg wash, flour them and then pan fry it.

I wish my place had more turkeys. Thanksgiving before last the land owner put a bunch of water troughs throughout our lease. I thought that this combined with us feeding year round was going to attract them to our place but we have only seen one hen consistently on our cams.

Weather was hard to beat this past weekend that is for sure.
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Old 04-22-2019, 02:43 PM   #569
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Great pics! How do you cook your turkey breast? I have always just given them an egg wash, flour them and then pan fry it.



I wish my place had more turkeys. Thanksgiving before last the land owner put a bunch of water troughs throughout our lease. I thought that this combined with us feeding year round was going to attract them to our place but we have only seen one hen consistently on our cams.



Weather was hard to beat this past weekend that is for sure.
We have a good bit of water which keeps them around, but I've also noticed that prescribed burns really attract turkey as well. May be something to consider.

Fried is pretty good, if I do that I try to pound them as flat as possible and make a schnitzel. My favorite way to cook turkey by far is as a Dutch oven pot-pie. I found a recipe for chicken pot pie from ‘Dutch oven dude’ (not a TBHr) and do my own spin on it.



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Old 04-22-2019, 04:44 PM   #570
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That was a good turkey hunt. I bet it was something to have them so close to you.
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Old 04-22-2019, 09:45 PM   #571
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I was out at the ranch this weekend on a solo work trip.. i had 3 goals.. fix the worst part of the roof leak, fix my GMC sonoma fuel issue and shoot some pigs.. 2 out of three success aint bad i guess.. i'l have to get more parts for the truck.. definite failure on my part but the other two were fun! Like said above.. the weather was amazing!

Delish lunch under the shade tree and a real good dinner!

Had a cow fan club come up and watch me work on the roof

Beautiful sunrise having coffee up on the rooftop

Used my brothers AR10 to take down some piggies.. got 5 but saw 48 on Saturday alone.

Also had an axis doe and fawn walk up on me while working

I wanna go back!


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Old 04-23-2019, 01:07 PM   #572
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Looks like it was a great weekend!
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Old 04-25-2019, 08:26 AM   #573
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Nice work rosco!

We picked up 1.89” since Tuesday and it looks like some more, lighter rain in the schedule next week. I’d like it stay green out there for as long as possible.
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Old 04-26-2019, 02:43 AM   #574
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I think this has already been said on this thread but I really didn't feel like going through 12 pages to make sure. If anyone is on Facebook I would suggest joining the Rocksprings Texas Hunting group. Good group of folks to connect with. There is some junk spam type posts but mostly just good folks sharing what is going on and are very helpful if you have any questions about the area.
both me and my wife are on there quite a bit. 2 weeks ago she posted axis does barking outside the dining room window.
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Old 04-26-2019, 10:26 AM   #575
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both me and my wife are on there quite a bit. 2 weeks ago she posted axis does barking outside the dining room window.
I saw that.. cool vid and a great group of axis

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Old 05-05-2019, 08:33 PM   #576
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Any idea how much rain the area got last week? I checked the radar a few times and it looked promising.
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Old 05-06-2019, 11:13 AM   #577
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Any idea how much rain the area got last week? I checked the radar a few times and it looked promising.
We got a hair over 2" total since May 1, and I like what I'm seeing on the forecast for this week as well.

Edit: Not sure if I have all the right info, I see 1.22" fell in the past 24 hours and I thought I saw a 1.76" measurement sometime last week.

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Old 05-08-2019, 12:38 PM   #578
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Two wet growing seasons in a rows nice. Oughta be some good animals walking around this fall. Here's to hoping it dries out before the season so they'll hit the feeders.
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Old 05-08-2019, 01:10 PM   #579
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I’m enjoying the rain. 1.16” so far today. It certainly wasn’t a wet growing year for us last year though. Pretty much everything was finishing up by the time the real rain started in a August.

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Went and looked at our Weather Station history; this is for ~15 miles North of Camp Wood

Jan 0.13"
Feb 0.35"
Mar 0.40"
Apr 1.15"
May 1.03"
Jun 0"
(3.06"-First 6 months of 2018)

Jul 1.1"
Aug 4.28"
Sep 6.48"
(11.86" July-Sep 17th 2018)

28" rain is the annual average for Edwards County, we are at 14.92"
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I’m further south of you in northern Kinney co. I didn’t keep up with the rain gauge so maybe I misspoke. Just judged by how very green our pastures were and are.
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Old 05-08-2019, 01:40 PM   #581
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Iím further south of you in northern Kinney co. I didnít keep up with the rain gauge so maybe I misspoke. Just judged by how very green our pastures were and are.
Well the rain seems to always go south of us I hope you're right about everything growing strong in terms of antlers
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Old 05-14-2019, 12:20 PM   #582
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I am headed up there this Thursday for a long weekend. Hopefully the rain will hold off on Saturday. Excited to see the pictures on the game camera's. Anyone seen any fawns yet?
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Old 05-15-2019, 07:18 PM   #583
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I’m off of Hwy 41/CR230 and I haven’t seen a single fawn on game cams. Did see a few young bucks sprouting their antlers though.
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Old 05-16-2019, 01:42 PM   #584
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I'd be pretty surprised to see fawns this early. I've seen some in Austin this week, which gives them a breeding date of mid October. On Post #16 in this thread I have a pic of one of the earlier fawns I've seen at our place (June 14th pic//Nov 16th breeding date).
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Iím off of Hwy 41/CR230 and I havenít seen a single fawn on game cams. Did see a few young bucks sprouting their antlers though.
Gotcha. When I was at my place a month ago the horns were just breaking the skin.
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Old 05-16-2019, 02:30 PM   #586
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I'd be pretty surprised to see fawns this early. I've seen some in Austin this week, which gives them a breeding date of mid October. On Post #16 in this thread I have a pic of one of the earlier fawns I've seen at our place (June 14th pic//Nov 16th breeding date).
I was looking at some pics from years past and I had photos of fawns in late May early June. HOWEVER the date might not have been correct on the camera.........
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Old 05-16-2019, 02:47 PM   #587
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in the last 5 years I haven't seen a fawn before the end of the first week in June. I usually see them in late June and early July which makes sense due to the peak rut activity being around the last week of November.
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Did y’all notice any bucks holding their antlers longer than normal?
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Did yíall notice any bucks holding their antlers longer than normal?
I'l be at the ranch tonight and pull my card tomorrow.. look forward to checking it out

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Old 05-20-2019, 10:30 AM   #590
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I had a good long weekend at my lease. We got a good rain storm Saturday around 1 PM. We ended up killing one hog and a 4.5' rattlesnake. Deer hit the protein harder this past month than they did the month before. Not sure why but it made me happy. Saw a few does that were still pregnant. Tried to predator call two nights but we didn't call anything in.

Place is greener than I have ever seen it and there are flowers everywhere. We even have a few patches of bluebonnets which was surprising.
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Made a trip to the property this past weekend (30 miles south-ish of Rocksprings). Was a great work trip with clearing lots of cedar for shooting lanes and repositioning some stands and filling feeders. Made a new trail camera stand out of an old x-mas tree stand and a 4x4. Got to sit in the stand for the evening saw 3 axis does and heard two bulls bellowing at each other for about 20 minutes. Also, the wildflowers on the drive down 377 were everywhere!







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What do you use to clear cedars? I am still trying to find out the best way to do it without equipment which I realize is less than ideal. I use a electric pole saw to cut down the limbs on a small section so I can get right next trunk and then cut the trunk as close as I can.
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What do you use to clear cedars? I am still trying to find out the best way to do it without equipment which I realize is less than ideal. I use a electric pole saw to cut down the limbs on a small section so I can get right next trunk and then cut the trunk as close as I can.
This past trip it was all with a hand saw and large clippers. We would just cut as many limbs with the clippers until we had room to cut the trunk with the hand saw. I was actually looking into a pole saw for the cedars. Like the idea of staying out of them especially after I found 3 ticks crawling around on me!!! Next trip will be to clear some of the cedars around the oak trees we have.
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Gotcha. I am with you on the ticks, I use the pole saw to help minimize the amount I am exposed to. I have the greenworks 80v pole saw and their chain saw also. The batteries last long enough to get a good amount of work done. I am thinking about ordering another battery so I can always have one on the charger. Also the batteries charge quickly.
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Thanks, I will look into that saw. How much cedar are you clearing? I was starting with just shooting lanes and around our oaks but was considering clearing a lot more. Just do not want to change their pattern too much if I take away to much cover. We are on a 58 acre tract of land.
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