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Old 01-02-2020, 08:02 AM   #1
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Another dang good thread in 2019 again and with protein, cottonseed, alfalfa, turkey and coon killing season coming up it's time to start a new one. Headed out west myself today with some kids and my BIL to put a hurting on some skims... err culls and a few does. After that itís cutting back the corn time, starting up the offseason feeding, praying for rain and looking forward to thumping a few Toms in turkey season ..


Post up your pics and stories fellas as usual. Hunts, trail camera pics, LDPs, work weekends, new projects, food, drinks, coons and other varmint carnages are all welcome! The more participation the better the thread. Here's to a bountiful 2020 after an acorn laden weird arse 2019 for many of us Angelo area hunters!
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Good luck and hereís to the 2020 season producing better than the 2019 season did for me.


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Old 01-02-2020, 08:35 AM   #3
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Already can't wait for next season, alot of new prospects still walking.
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Ready for another year of feeding, observation, and not shooting anything! Lol


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Get those turkeys herded up for me..
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I'm kind of interested in what's still showing up on camera. I know at our particular spot we killed quite a few good bucks, particularly for the size of place we're hunting. Neighbors killed quite a few as well. I'd like to see who survived the war zone.
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Bring it! Fired up for the 2020 season. Ready to get the protein rolling.
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Old 01-02-2020, 09:11 AM   #9
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Herd up and hit with A10 warthog


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Tagged....in for the skimming reports.
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Are they thick out that way?? Over the last 21 years they have all but disappeared on our place between Brady and Menard and we don't even hunt them.. We've killed maybe 8 in 21 years.. We used to be covered up.. 100's.. But we do now have fire ants bad and I know the damage they can do to anything that nests on the ground..
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Did you guys see the buck J’s processing posted? Says it was low fence.
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I'm headed to Eldorado in the morning with 2,000 lbs of corn, 500 lbs, of rice bran, and 1,000 lbs of protein pellets. When I get that unloaded I will be getting 2,000 lbs of cottonseed, 6 feed blocks, and filling up my water totes. I'm wore out just thinking about it.
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Old 01-02-2020, 02:06 PM   #15
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We hunt in Paint Rock. Need some advise.

We have been feeding Protein now for 8 years, I believe we have seen some benefits. Thinking about feeding cotton seed now also. We have 10 feeding stations on 2000 ac. with half ton protein feeders. Just FYI we also have 10 one ton corn feeders that run all year. I also already have the tote cages at the lease to begin the cotton seed feeding.


Should I just keep feeding protein only or start feeding both this year? And why?

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Old 01-02-2020, 02:12 PM   #16
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We hunt in Paint Rock. Need some advise.

We have been feeding Protein now for 8 years, I believe we have seen some benefits. Thinking about feeding cotton seed now also. We have 10 feeding stations on 2000 ac. with one ton protein feeders. Just FYI we also have 10 one ton corn feeders that run all year. I also already have the tote cages at the lease to begin the cotton seed feeding.


Should I just keep feeding protein only or start feeding both this year? And why?

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Adding more food options and feeding stations is nearly always a plus.
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Old 01-02-2020, 02:57 PM   #17
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They said Irion co but Iím not sure what area.


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Anyone know a good mobile mechanic in San Angelo or Robert Lee?

Lower ball joint sheered off on an 03 Toyota Tundra out here and it is stuck where it is.
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Anyone heard cottonseed prices yet?


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Old 01-05-2020, 08:13 PM   #21
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This early in the year...


$260/ton at Wall
$250/ton at Rowena
$250/ton Mereta
$300/ton in Eldorado


Sure miss that $168 from a few years ago
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Thatís what I figured. Not worth the effort at those prices for me.


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Old 01-05-2020, 09:19 PM   #23
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I'm thinking the same... Probably be closer to $300 by March. I cranked up my timed protein feeders before I left this weekend. Plus we still are covered up in acorns on the ground
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I'm thinking the same... Probably be closer to $300 by March. I cranked up my timed protein feeders before I left this weekend. Plus we still are covered up in acorns on the ground
Myself; hoping to keep a few hanging around feed until spring greens come out.

Have my fingers crossed that we catch a few rains with one of them being a run off rain.

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Old 01-09-2020, 10:09 AM   #25
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Shot a nice doe and might try to take another this weekend. No shooter buck seen in person or on camera this whole season and not a single Turkey either.
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Old 01-12-2020, 10:02 PM   #26
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I called wall yesterday $240/ton
Rowena Friday $280/ton

I got a couple of cotton seed pins going for the first time on this ranch, some guys have been there 20 years and they’ve never tried it, be interesting to see how long it takes to get them in it. I also put a bunch of protein out, afraid they may stick to what they’re used to protein.

I mixed some corn and sweet feed in cotton seed.

Is a ton of cotton seed about a 8’ pickup bed full?
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Prob pretty close if no tool box. Just make sure you cover with a tarp or you’ll loose most on the drive back. Also be careful mixing corn in the seed. If it gets rained on it will create more mold if feed is mixed in. Cottonseed itself doesn’t mold easy. Also if you mix feed into the cottonseed coins and Turkey will dig thru and spread it out to get to the feed.
The best thing I found was molasses to get them started you can usually get at academy, also just pour corn mixed in with the seed that is around cage.
Just what I found in the past when starting deer on CS.
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Do y’all use a specific hay feeder for alfalfa or just throw on the ground in pens? Hunt in Ft McKavett and want to give it a try this year to maybe attract some axis.
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I throw in the ground sometime. I also just use a 50 gal feeder barrel with the bottom cut out and a cage of some kind built about 24Ē below to eat out of. A regular two strand hay bale will slide in the barrell
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We gave up on the small bails as the deer would have them done in a week and went to 3x3x8s, roughly 800-1000lbs.

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Old 01-14-2020, 06:15 PM   #31
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I use one of these by Premier. Holds a full three strand bale. and then I stack one under it on its side. ASF sells them too.


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Old 01-14-2020, 06:34 PM   #32
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Thanks, I’m looking at the one ASF sells but being told by local dealer there on back order and looking like 4 week delivery currently.
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Smart, did you like the timed protein feeders? We have done bulk Cotten seed (15,000 lbs) last 2 seasons. Prices are too high to justify the results, which wasnít much but fat deer.

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Hey Jason how long with that last typically?
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Smart, did you like the timed protein feeders? We have done bulk Cotten seed (15,000 lbs) last 2 seasons. Prices are too high to justify the results, which wasnít much but fat deer.

Love them!! And so do the deer

Gunny... depends on the range conditions . We have a large deer pop and Iíve seen two 3strand bales last 11-13 days and then when itís green, a month.
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Thanks for the cotton seed intel
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I was feeding 3 strand bales this yr just in the ground in front of blind and they were lasting 5-7days till completely gone. We are really dry with no acorns so they have been really hungry.
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If any of you have or know of a light weight blind for sale let me know please! Looking for one that will fit on a 5x10 trailer and accommodate me and a grandson. 4x4 won't cut it. It also needs to have a full size entry door on the end so I can access it from the trailer ramp.

Knee & Hip problems made getting up the 10' stairs a torture this past year so I need an alternative. "Gettin' Old ain't for Sissies" as my late Dad used to say and he was right. Hope this new year is a great one for all. We are located near Robert Lee so anything in the area would be great. NO tower needed...Kuma
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If any of you have or know of a light weight blind for sale let me know please! Looking for one that will fit on a 5x10 trailer and accommodate me and a grandson. 4x4 won't cut it. It also needs to have a full size entry door on the end so I can access it from the trailer ramp.

Knee & Hip problems made getting up the 10' stairs a torture this past year so I need an alternative. "Gettin' Old ain't for Sissies" as my late Dad used to say and he was right. Hope this new year is a great one for all. We are located near Robert Lee so anything in the area would be great. NO tower needed...Kuma
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If any of you have or know of a light weight blind for sale let me know please! Looking for one that will fit on a 5x10 trailer and accommodate me and a grandson. 4x4 won't cut it. It also needs to have a full size entry door on the end so I can access it from the trailer ramp.

Knee & Hip problems made getting up the 10' stairs a torture this past year so I need an alternative. "Gettin' Old ain't for Sissies" as my late Dad used to say and he was right. Hope this new year is a great one for all. We are located near Robert Lee so anything in the area would be great. NO tower needed...Kuma

pop ups are typically 5x5 or you could go with a Krivoman.

Appreciate the suggestion but I want something I can mount to the trailer vs pop-ups. I'd like the Krivoman but unless he's got some new styles it won't fit on the trailer. I know a lot of you guys are younger and perhaps not, I hope, have the ongoing physical limitations I have. I just love the hunt and experience, just seeking a way to keep enjoying what is in my "soul" and love for what we all do.
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Old 01-16-2020, 07:36 PM   #41
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Finally got some good rain on the place. Itís been 3/10s here 2/10s there and very rare. Not sure on the total but when it puddles up here in front of the Covert, itís usually a good un.

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Nearly 2” just south of Ballinger and still raining. Nice rain.
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If any of you have or know of a light weight blind for sale let me know please! Looking for one that will fit on a 5x10 trailer and accommodate me and a grandson. 4x4 won't cut it. It also needs to have a full size entry door on the end so I can access it from the trailer ramp.

Knee & Hip problems made getting up the 10' stairs a torture this past year so I need an alternative. "Gettin' Old ain't for Sissies" as my late Dad used to say and he was right. Hope this new year is a great one for all. We are located near Robert Lee so anything in the area would be great. NO tower needed...Kuma


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Finally got some good rain on the place. Itís been 3/10s here 2/10s there and very rare. Not sure on the total but when it puddles up here in front of the Covert, itís usually a good un.

We got some in the desert also but not sure how much. Itís so dry out there it doesnít ever puddle. Better than a pole in the eye tho.
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We got some in the desert also but not sure how much. Itís so dry out there it doesnít ever puddle. Better than a pole in the eye tho.



Never? maybe the third year is the charm.....
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Well that may be an exaggeration, I remember a few new rivers flowing thru there two yrs ago but this yr it ďneverĒ puddles itís so dry.
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Old 01-16-2020, 11:01 PM   #47
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1.5 plus on the north side of Ivie !


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Thankful to see some good rains around the area.
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Old 01-17-2020, 10:06 AM   #49
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If any of you have or know of a light weight blind for sale let me know please! Looking for one that will fit on a 5x10 trailer and accommodate me and a grandson. 4x4 won't cut it. It also needs to have a full size entry door on the end so I can access it from the trailer ramp.

Knee & Hip problems made getting up the 10' stairs a torture this past year so I need an alternative. "Gettin' Old ain't for Sissies" as my late Dad used to say and he was right. Hope this new year is a great one for all. We are located near Robert Lee so anything in the area would be great. NO tower needed...Kuma


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I had some puddling this am in front of a feeder...just thought Smart would like to know
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