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Old 07-24-2020, 11:16 PM   #101
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We were spending 8000.00 a year on protein, 450 acres ! we pretty much quit feeding free choice, I do have a couple of protein feeders going but they are timed.

The best part about the timed feeders is that you donít have to scroll through hundreds of pics of coons eating that expensive protein every night!


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Old 07-26-2020, 09:11 PM   #102
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Since this is our area thread and were all kinda close to each other. I thought I would throw these at all of yall first.

FREE!!!! ...DIY blind frames. Most are 4x6 and are made of 1 inch square tubing.

They are located 25 miles west of Wichita Falls.

If you are interested pm me with your cell number.

You will need a trailer and muscle.

Also included are scorpions, wasp, spiders and a few snakes.

Picture 1 Tinker tow blinds made of old road construction signs and bolt together legs and bases. (2)
Pictures 2 and 3 have metal siding and will except 4x4 post for legs.(3)

Picture #4 are 3 foot off the ground and heavy. They have a slped roof. (2)

Picture #5 Dont know how to explain it. Picture tells the story.
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Old 07-26-2020, 10:29 PM   #103
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Man - that looks like too much work for these old bones.

We went out this weekend and pulled camera cards. Highlights below. Looks like it could be a banner year. We'll see...
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Old 07-26-2020, 10:39 PM   #104
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Wow Mike thats impressive!

Those blinds are for some younger whipper snappers to take on. Everytime I drive by one I shake my head and growl like Lerch on the Adams Family.
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Wow Mike thats impressive!

Those blinds are for some younger whipper snappers to take on. Everytime I drive by one I shake my head and growl like Lerch on the Adams Family.
LMAO. I can hear it now.
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Old 07-26-2020, 11:07 PM   #106
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Mike looks like your going to have a awesome year good luck . Iím jealous. Any openings in the area that anybody knows of ?


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Old 07-27-2020, 04:41 PM   #107
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Man i love the Big Sky Country out in the Big Middle of North Texas. Great looking spot.

Give us some details on that red tractor. Looks like it's had a couple of laps around the pasture.
The tractor is a 1951 Mc Cormick M4 farm all. He has fixed it up and it works great. He loves plowing food plots and mowing our roads with it. He says its therapy away from drilling business these days.
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Old 07-28-2020, 06:14 PM   #108
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Moved a feeder two Saturdays ago... still not a single animal on camera yet. Not even a cow walking by.

I only moved it about 200-300 yards from my previous stand. I hope I didnít mess up. How many days would go by until you were concerned?


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Moved a feeder two Saturdays ago... still not a single animal on camera yet. Not even a cow walking by.

I only moved it about 200-300 yards from my previous stand. I hope I didnít mess up. How many days would go by until you were concerned?


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We hardly ever had bucks much less good bucks on cameras when we had them out. They are in da shade some where with plenty of grass to eat right now close by.
I wouldnt be overly concerned.
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The tractor is a 1951 Mc Cormick M4 farm all. He has fixed it up and it works great. He loves plowing food plots and mowing our roads with it. He says its therapy away from drilling business these days.
1951, sweet. I can relate to the "therapy" thought. Getting out in the clear air, doing something you want to do, even if it kills you, is it's own kind of special. Good times.
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Old 07-28-2020, 08:00 PM   #111
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We hardly ever had bucks much less good bucks on cameras when we had them out. They are in da shade some where with plenty of grass to eat right now close by.
I wouldnt be overly concerned.
This. They'll find it when they get hungry.
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Old 08-01-2020, 10:46 PM   #112
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Myself and my lease mate made a day trip today to fill protein feeders, pull camera cards, etc. There was some rain in Wilbarger County this week.Things have greened back up quickly. It looks like there may have been a small tornado or microburst between Lockett and Crowell. There is a travel trailer park that had several travel trailers that have been rolled over and demolished. A couple of barns blown down and other damage. Seemed to have been in a relatively small area, but significant damage in that area. Luckily we didn't have any damage in the deer pasture. Deer are looking really good. Saw two groups of pigs in one pasture. Doves are flying. Anxious for Sept. 1 and beyond to get here.
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Old 08-02-2020, 02:22 AM   #113
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Never seen this country look better in August. Pigs are a large problem right now, but me and ol Snoop scratched out 5 or 6.

We got into the bass too, but I didnt have my phone when they got bigger.


I planned on getting a bunch of work done, but didnít do hardly any of it. Weíll knock that out later when the fish arenít biting.


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Old 08-02-2020, 11:21 AM   #114
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Nice job. The dang work can wait.
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Old 08-03-2020, 07:48 PM   #115
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Headed out this coming weekend for just a few bus items, brushing in a quad-pod, and card swaps. Two of my lease-mates went this last weekend, and deer are fat/horns look real good! Good Huntin, and God Bless, Rusty
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Old 08-04-2020, 12:38 PM   #116
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1951, sweet. I can relate to the "therapy" thought. Getting out in the clear air, doing something you want to do, even if it kills you, is it's own kind of special. Good times.
We decided to go with two tactacam cell cameras. I just put them out Sunday evening.

Caught the old man and old red in therapy bustin some sod. That plot is about 80 yards a round.

Last night had our first two bucks on camera.
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Old 08-04-2020, 02:46 PM   #117
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Looking good brother! Anxious to get out there this weekend myself! Like I said earlier, the guys that went up this past weekend had lots of pics of some really good bucks, so I’m hoping to have some myself. It’s been a month since the pics I posted of those last bucks, kinda anxious to see the growth. I know the bucks they had on camera have put on a lot in the last month. Good Huntin, and God Bless , Rusty
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Old 08-04-2020, 03:06 PM   #118
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We decided to go with two tactacam cell cameras. I just put them out Sunday evening.

Caught the old man and old red in therapy bustin some sod. That plot is about 80 yards a round.

Last night had our first two bucks on camera.
I've been looking at these cameras. The pics look good and I.ve seen some good reviews on them also.
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Old 08-04-2020, 03:20 PM   #119
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I've been looking at these cameras. The pics look good and I.ve seen some good reviews on them also.
Well two days in and they are doing what they should.
The picture above is mounted about 5 yards outside the pen. It might be to far out?
This picture is mounted to the inside of the pen. It is to close for me. We will have to adjust them I rekon!

I built 7 ft tall towers out of scrape 4x4 post and lumber to keep the cows from chewing on them.
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Old 08-04-2020, 03:24 PM   #120
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Iíll join the thread, I hunt in Clay and Wichita County and two years in a row of good rain during growing season has helped us a lot. Got some good ones on camera so far!





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Old 08-04-2020, 03:36 PM   #121
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New to the area this year. In southern Baylor county Im not sure what to expect on mature deer. horn quality and average score on mature bucks ect.??
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Old 08-04-2020, 03:48 PM   #122
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Welcome PoppinPiggies. Some impressive critters there.
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Old 08-04-2020, 03:50 PM   #123
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Welcome PoppinPiggies. Some impressive critters there.

Thanks been a casual observer of the website for years and decided I might as well make an account! Iím excited to see what NTX has to offer this year and hope we all get a good one!


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Old 08-04-2020, 04:03 PM   #124
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New to the area this year. In southern Baylor county Im not sure what to expect on mature deer. horn quality and average score on mature bucks ect.??
Welcome! We have a few Baylor folks on here that can chime in on that area. Lots of good timely rains this year.
It's as green as I've seen it at this time of year in a long time.
Best of luck!
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Old 08-05-2020, 10:37 PM   #125
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Old 08-06-2020, 08:56 PM   #126
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As has already been said Dale, they’ll always be chores to do, but good times with that boy still home will be gone before ya know it!! And Mike and Piggies, good looking bucks brothers! Good Huntin, and God Bless, Rusty
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Old 08-06-2020, 10:26 PM   #127
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Hereís a decent little Stonewall Co buck I photographed earlier this week. Should be a good year for everyone!
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Hereís a decent little Stonewall Co buck I photographed earlier this week. Should be a good year for everyone!

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Really looking forward to LDP's in this thread this fall.
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Old 08-07-2020, 10:45 AM   #130
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The mesquites been sprayed on the other side of the fence Puncher? Outside of that good pic, and buck!! Good Huntin, and God Bless, Rusty
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Yes, he sprays them every 2-3 years
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Selling my 80 acres between Olney and Jean. For info. go to Longhorn Properties in Graham.
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Yes, he sprays them every 2-3 years
Our land owner sprayed all them stone dead 8-9 years ago. They have come back to about 6-7ft now and its great!
Sure made it look ugly.
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Old 08-09-2020, 06:21 PM   #134
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I plowed all of our food plots up Friday and Saturday, about 50 acres total, was like plowing concrete, the ground was very hard, maybe the 3 foot tall weeds did not help any. All the feeders are full, about 6 hogs and one raccoon met their demise.
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Old 08-13-2020, 12:35 AM   #135
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Heading out Friday afternoon to Jack County. Looking forward to checking cameras. Not looking forward to building pens and trimming limbs in 105* weather though.


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Old 08-13-2020, 09:27 AM   #136
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I'm new to hunting this area too, in South Archer co. when is the peak of rut typically? Mid nov.?
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Old 08-13-2020, 10:07 AM   #137
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I'm in. We're in NE Throckmorton County close to the river. The wife has had some major medical issues this spring and summer so I haven't got much done at the ranch. She's doing much better and I'm ready to spend more time out in big sky country.

Throwin Darts I recognize your place, just east of the Throckmorton County line. I drive by it all the time, great looking camp!
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I'm in. We're in NE Throckmorton County close to the river. The wife has had some major medical issues this spring and summer so I haven't got much done at the ranch. She's doing much better and I'm ready to spend more time out in big sky country.

Throwin Darts I recognize your place, just east of the Throckmorton County line. I drive by it all the time, great looking camp!
Yes that's me. Me, TxAg and MLank are out there all season. Stop by for a beer.
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Old 08-13-2020, 10:55 AM   #139
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Things are looking pretty good for us in Jack County. This will be our third year and have yet to take a deer. Last year the deer disappeared in the oaks due to all the acorns. Itís been fun watching them grow, but we have a couple that are ready. Will be discing and prepping a couple of food plots this month for Sept/Oct planting. Second year for planting so we are rookies. Also trying a couple of hand corn spots to see how they respond.




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We just got on a place south of Seymour. We are less than a mile from southern end of Millers Creek Reservoir. There are several creeks and 2 big wheat fields on the place. Anybody hunt around there? I'm curious what kind of deer I can expect to see. We've had feeders set up for about a month. Plenty of Does and a few young bucks so far but nothing big yet.
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We just got on a place south of Seymour. We are less than a mile from southern end of Millers Creek Reservoir. There are several creeks and 2 big wheat fields on the place. Anybody hunt around there? I'm curious what kind of deer I can expect to see. We've had feeders set up for about a month. Plenty of Does and a few young bucks so far but nothing big yet.
What county rd are you off of?
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We just got on a place south of Seymour. We are less than a mile from southern end of Millers Creek Reservoir. There are several creeks and 2 big wheat fields on the place. Anybody hunt around there? I'm curious what kind of deer I can expect to see. We've had feeders set up for about a month. Plenty of Does and a few young bucks so far but nothing big yet.
You can expect to see some big deer. But, you gotta wait them out. The big boys don't come out to play until it gets cold. Hunt the wheat. Pray for timely rains for the wheat. Good luck.
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It's going to be about 10 degrees cooler next weekend. Just sayin'...

I bailed on a trip this weekend in favor of a few degrees cooler next weekend.
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We are off 190
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You can expect to see some big deer. But, you gotta wait them out. The big boys don't come out to play until it gets cold. Hunt the wheat. Pray for timely rains for the wheat. Good luck.
Thanks. I'm pretty excited about it.
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You should see some good deer. If you have good wheat fields you will be in the deer but also the hogs.
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You should see some good deer. If you have good wheat fields you will be in the deer but also the hogs.
Good deal. I'm already picking on the pigs.
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It's going to be about 10 degrees cooler next weekend. Just sayin'...

I bailed on a trip this weekend in favor of a few degrees cooler next weekend.

Sounds like a veteran move!

Good to have all you new guys in the area. Should be a good one!
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Old 08-13-2020, 04:37 PM   #149
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I bailed on a trip this weekend in favor of a few degrees cooler next weekend.
That's what I'm talking about...
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Were 25 miles NW of Wichata Falls. Storms rolled thru with 80 mph winds. We have had 2 tactacam cameras out for two weeks. They also can be used for weather reporting. It rained! They shut off for a coupla hours. I thought we might have lost them both.
A friend in Archery City sent the second picture of damage there. Hope no one lost any equipment!
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