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Old 06-09-2018, 06:27 PM   #1
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Figured I'd start an ongoing thread about Lampasas County hunters. My little slice of heaven is about 6 miles norhwest of Lometa.
Went up this past Thursday morning to check cameras, feeders, water stations....etc. Things are looking promising. Fawns have dropped, headgear is coming along nicely. Range conditions are green and really better than i expected with this early heat and lack of rain. Windmills are keeping the water stations full.

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Old 06-09-2018, 07:03 PM   #2
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Old 06-09-2018, 07:25 PM   #3
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nice property with a large tank.
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Old 06-09-2018, 07:58 PM   #4
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nice property with a large tank.

Thanks...actually 2 tanks (can really whack the teal and widgeon) Also haa 4 windmills that keep water stations full
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Looking good! Was just thinking the other night I needed to start up the thread for this year but you beat me to it!

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Old 06-26-2018, 03:51 PM   #6
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A couple more pics..... from the same weekend. Yes, Some of the dates on the cameras are wrong, and some are way way wrong. Not entirely sure why that camera does that periodically
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Old 06-26-2018, 04:01 PM   #7
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Old 06-26-2018, 04:13 PM   #8
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ugh......not sure why taptalk did the pics like that. Apologies.
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Old 06-26-2018, 04:19 PM   #9
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ugh......not sure why taptalk did the pics like that. Apologies.
It's not Tapatalk, it's ancient TBH.

Nice place. I was hunting another TBHer's lease in Lometa not long ago. It sure is quiet out there.
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Old 06-26-2018, 05:31 PM   #10
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Range conditions looked great, green everywhere. I filled feeders with corn/soyabean mix this time just to see if deer like it. Have heard mixed reviews. Saw a couple of fawns running around. Already killed 4 pigs this year they are getting a lil too comfortable.
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Old 06-26-2018, 11:39 PM   #11
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Need to get down to our place soon haven't been down since April. Looks nice and green down there. ... just curious where about yall are that have hogs. We have hunted on the same place for 31 years and have only had a handful of hogs and just in the past 8 or so years. Two years in a row we had a lone boar or 2 that showed up and we shot them. Then 2 years ago we had a group with 2 sows and some little pigs show up daily and destroy under my feeder. I shot the lead show and we haven't had a hog in 2 years. Just seems weird to me not complaining though

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Old 06-27-2018, 08:54 PM   #12
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Need to get down to our place soon haven't been down since April. Looks nice and green down there. ... just curious where about yall are that have hogs. We have hunted on the same place for 31 years and have only had a handful of hogs and just in the past 8 or so years. Two years in a row we had a lone boar or 2 that showed up and we shot them. Then 2 years ago we had a group with 2 sows and some little pigs show up daily and destroy under my feeder. I shot the lead show and we haven't had a hog in 2 years. Just seems weird to me not complaining though

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Im few miles NE of Lometa ( i know the original post says NW....my bad), close to Adamsville. We dont get the piggies real often but when we do, there is usually a herd of 15-20 of them. We get pics for a few weeks then they vanish for a month or so

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Old 07-06-2018, 12:44 PM   #13
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Im few miles NE of Lometa ( i know the original post says NW....my bad), close to Adamsville. We dont get the piggies real often but when we do, there is usually a herd of 15-20 of them. We get pics for a few weeks then they vanish for a month or so
Coming from Fort Worth, I drive through Adamsville to get to our place in Lometa and have seen pigs several times off of 581 (usually at night) but, we've never had any on our place since we've owned it.

We have had more coyotes this year than ever though. Anyone else experiencing the same?
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Old 07-06-2018, 09:08 PM   #14
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Yeah I had more coyote sightings this past season than I have in the past 10 or more combined. Think it was the same couple though I was seeing. Just never in bow range

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Old 07-07-2018, 10:20 AM   #15
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Few more pics from the cards from the last month or so

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Old 07-25-2018, 05:45 AM   #16
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Heading down Friday for the first time since April to pull cards and fill feeders. Cant wait to see how our bucks are coming along! I can also see a storm's special in my near future

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Old 07-25-2018, 06:27 AM   #17
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Heading down Friday for the first time since April to pull cards and fill feeders. Cant wait to see how our bucks are coming along! I can also see a storm's special in my near future

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Old 07-25-2018, 07:04 AM   #18
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Were about 6 miles north east of Lometa off 581. We have been covered in pigs for the last couple of years. Seems like we cant kill enough to even slow them down. Also have noticed in the last year a lot more yote activity. I haven't been to the ranch since February but looking forward to going in the next couple of weeks.
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Were about 6 miles north east of Lometa off 581. We have been covered in pigs for the last couple of years. Seems like we cant kill enough to even slow them down. Also have noticed in the last year a lot more yote activity. I haven't been to the ranch since February but looking forward to going in the next couple of weeks.
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Old 07-25-2018, 11:22 AM   #20
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Old 07-26-2018, 10:15 AM   #21
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I'll be heading down to Lometa next weekend to check on things/top off feeders. My dad has been at the ranch for the past couple of weeks and says there have been two solid bachelor groups showing up regularly with some decent potential who have been hammering protein. Hopefully we get some decent rain to replenish the ponds soon.
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Old 07-29-2018, 07:47 AM   #22
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Made it down to the lease and topped off feeders and pulled cards. But I forgot my laptop and my card viewer! Then I got stuck in traffic on 20 coming home and didnt get to check them last night and its driving me crazy haha ... super super dry and dusty down there but saw plenty of deer and they all looked healthy. Lots of little fawns running around too. I will update with some pics hopefully tonight

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Old 07-29-2018, 06:03 PM   #23
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Dry dry dry. Hot hot hot. Was there today. really need some rain.. Maybe tuesday?
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Old 07-29-2018, 06:06 PM   #24
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Dry dry dry. Hot hot hot. Was there today. really need some rain.. Maybe tuesday?
Letís hope. Need it bad and some major storms needed
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Old 07-29-2018, 08:18 PM   #25
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Dry dry dry. Hot hot hot. Was there today. really need some rain.. Maybe tuesday?
I was out at the lease last weekend filling feeders and protein feeders. Man it was HOT HOT. Thermometer up at camp read 117 degrees.
Dry and dusty too. Prayin for rain this coming week
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Was gonna put my info out there again this year for Lampasass area. If anyone crippled one and needs a dog please keep me in mind
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Old 08-06-2018, 11:17 PM   #27
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Old 08-06-2018, 11:38 PM   #28
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Hey Kyle,

I will definitely keep your number. I hunt between Lampasas and Lometa with 6 other bowhunters so one of us may need your services this year. The lease is dry and our ponds are almost empty so I'm hoping we get rain soon just like the rest of you.
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Kyle is a darn good guy, he came to help look for a doe I backstrapped a year or so ago. His dog doesn't know the meaning of give up that's for sure! Glad you posted up again, I lost a bunch of numbers and couldn't remember your screen name on here. ......

Gonna try and head down next week and check the water troughs again and pray we get some rain soon! Only seen one buck on my camera that's a maybe. Not a very good picture but looks like a possible big cull.

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Went down to the ranch this past weekend and as most of you have already said, it's really dry. Luckily we still have a decent amount of water left in the ponds. Put out 1,200 pounds of protein and put up some new cameras. Found a camera that hadn't been looked at since last December and only had 27,000+ pics on it. Saw some bucks we let pass last year have made it to this year but, the pics stop in April. Guess it'll be an interesting next few weeks to see who is regularly showing up. Looks like rain in the forecast so, let's hope it actually happens.
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I have roughly 800 acres just 5 miles north of Lampasas, I've heard reports of Axis in the area but have never seen any, have y'all encountered any on your properties?
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I have roughly 800 acres just 5 miles north of Lampasas, I've heard reports of Axis in the area but have never seen any, have y'all encountered any on your properties?
Our lease is just a few miles out of town and in the past 30 years we have seen just a few. Just like one at a time kind of deal. Only been able to get one of them but he sure was delicious!

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Old 08-07-2018, 10:30 PM   #33
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I have roughly 800 acres just 5 miles north of Lampasas, I've heard reports of Axis in the area but have never seen any, have y'all encountered any on your properties?
We see them from time to time but its because our landowner the the landowner across the county road raise ecotics and they get out from time to time.

Last year i was watching two young bucks in tbe feed pen and all of a sudden a dang zebra walked out with a red lechwe. Also had a Sable and an addax grazing around one of the property's windmills earlier this spring
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if you have Lampasas river country you have a better chance to have axis. They run up and down that river.
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Gotcha, I've seen Antelope and Sika in the past two year, that's why i'm surprised I've yet to see any Axis. Also, i have had this property for 12 years with no sign of hogs, last year i was sitting in the blind and 20+ walked out on me, i talked with a game warden and he said other guys in the area are having similar problems, one guy had between 50-70 come out, which is hard to believe for the area, but i guess it's possible.
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Gotcha, I've seen Antelope and Sika in the past two year, that's why i'm surprised I've yet to see any Axis. Also, i have had this property for 12 years with no sign of hogs, last year i was sitting in the blind and 20+ walked out on me, i talked with a game warden and he said other guys in the area are having similar problems, one guy had between 50-70 come out, which is hard to believe for the area, but i guess it's possible.
Yeah we have hunted our place for just over 30 years . We never saw a single hog until about 8 or 10 years ago. We will see a couple and shoot them and then we're won't see anymore for a year or more. Right now we haven't seen a single one in 3 years

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Old 08-10-2018, 08:48 AM   #39
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Glad to hear it, we will take what we can get!

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First hogs Iíve seen on my place in the four years Iíve hunted it. Hoping they stick around.
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Old 08-11-2018, 06:07 PM   #42
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First hogs Iíve seen on my place in the four years Iíve hunted it. Hoping they stick around.
Are you pretty close to town? Just curious because out of the very few hogs we have had on our place we've had a couple that were spotted like that.

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Iím on CR 3210 right by Rumley. Iíve seen them several times crossing the road on my way out in the mornings about a 1/4 mile up from my place, just never on my place. I think the drought moved them my way. The creek south of me is dry and a lot of the river is as well.
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Yeah I bet it has moved them around a lot. Our little creek has been dry for a while now and our pond is too. Still have the cattle troughs filled up but that's the only water on our place. Our landowner has a little bit of land on sulphur creek that's about half a mile from the main property but I've never seen any sign of hogs over there at all. Not sure why we dont get covered up with them when most everybody else is. I love shooting them but hate the destruction they cause when they are around

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Iíll be going up this weekend. How much rain have we gotten over the last month or so?


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Iíll be going up this weekend. How much rain have we gotten over the last month or so?

We got about 1.25Ē 10 miles west of Lampasas.

I put out some cameras last Saturday and pulled pics on Sunday to see where weíre at, not looking too bad for us considering how dry itís been.





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We got about 1.25Ē 10 miles west of Lampasas.

I put out some cameras last Saturday and pulled pics on Sunday to see where weíre at, not looking too bad for us considering how dry itís been.







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