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Old 09-26-2018, 07:50 AM   #251
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I'll be there the 1/4-1/6 rifle hunt. Really looking forward to it!
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Old 09-26-2018, 08:22 AM   #252
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Didn't get the rifle hunt again this year. 18 years in a row of not getting selected.
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Old 09-26-2018, 10:40 AM   #253
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if I remember right looking at the past number of entries, it is getting as tough to get drawn there as Chap.

Wouldn't be a bad thing to have "X" amount of drawn hunters and "X" amount open for standby's it being as far south as it is, allowing for locals to have a better chance at participating.
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Old 09-27-2018, 07:03 AM   #254
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I really with they would have standby spots. It is possible at the Atascosa, I just think they choose not to. There are other factors that might make that difficult. One being that you can access the refuge from anywhere along the highway and that would make it difficult to see who actually shows up for the hunt that paid. Before we used to have to check out when we left and you let them know if you killed anything or not. Now you can just leave without checking out if you did not harvest anything.
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Old 09-27-2018, 09:20 PM   #255
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yeah, I think they can have stand by's. choose them at the start of orientation like other places do. I also think that folks should check out regardless if they shoot something. Staff should know who is out and who is off the property... for safeties sake. It is a big place and would be hard to manage. But, they could do it, especially if they required the hunters to participate. all the other TPWD hunts I have been on have a check in / out procedure. I would like to think that if I didn't come in from an afternoon hunt...some one would be aware and come looking for me.
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Old 09-27-2018, 09:29 PM   #256
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Awesome, are you planning on camping or lodging at a hotel? Iím hunting solo which isnít the greatest idea on this one if you want to be able to go far back.


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I live about 1 hr away so me and my brother will just drive to laguna everyday. I still dont know what area we will concentrate at but let us know if you need anything we dont mind helping out never know when we might need some help as well. For sure we will try to get to spots no one will try to go just to get away from other hunters


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Old 09-28-2018, 06:45 AM   #257
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4 of us were drawn for rifle hunt 1-18/1-20. 1st time to hunt there. My wife is super excited to be going on the hunt with us, she hasn't been on a drawn hunt since about 6 years ago. Where can I find a map that shows the unit boundaries?
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Old 09-28-2018, 06:54 AM   #258
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never mind found it.

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Old 09-28-2018, 12:20 PM   #259
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I don't think unit 1 is open for the rifle hunts
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Old 09-28-2018, 06:48 PM   #260
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anyone else hunting the rifle hunt Jan 11-13


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Old 09-28-2018, 08:33 PM   #261
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I drew a tag for the Archery hunt 11/30- 12/4. Pretty excited to go and totally up for a good long walk away from the crowds. I've killed a nilgai bull with a rifle...pretty psyched for a bow hunt with them.
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Old 09-28-2018, 09:32 PM   #262
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I drew a tag for the Archery hunt 11/30- 12/4. Pretty excited to go and totally up for a good long walk away from the crowds. I've killed a nilgai bull with a rifle...pretty psyched for a bow hunt with them.
I'm the hunt after you. If it's anything like last year it should live up to your expectations, just from the pure trip of being there and enjoying the refuge. Just plum cool place to hang out and enjoy the experience. I'm with you, so psyched to go again! Did you have the bull mounted? Would look so cool hanging on the wall and let the memories flood back.
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Old 09-29-2018, 06:33 AM   #263
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I'm the hunt after you. If it's anything like last year it should live up to your expectations, just from the pure trip of being there and enjoying the refuge. Just plum cool place to hang out and enjoy the experience. I'm with you, so psyched to go again! Did you have the bull mounted? Would look so cool hanging on the wall and let the memories flood back.
Good to hear, I did get the bull shoulder mounted. I need to figure how to post pics here, maybe later.
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Old 09-29-2018, 09:31 AM   #264
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Good to hear, I did get the bull shoulder mounted. I need to figure how to post pics here, maybe later.


Well I'll be darned, they can be had. Nice bull brother


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Old 09-29-2018, 06:45 PM   #265
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This bull was harvested rifle hunting on private land.

They can be had- once you see them you ought to be shooting by then! Look for that white throat patch
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Old 09-30-2018, 04:35 PM   #266
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does anyone know where the parking spot is where you have to walk in the rest of the way?
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Old 09-30-2018, 05:23 PM   #267
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does anyone know where the parking spot is where you have to walk in the rest of the way?
Look back about 7 posts to the map. It shows the parking areas, but last year we could park along the Red/Orange roads shown on the map as vehicle access roads. They are along highway 106 and the straight road into the refuge.

From there it's your choice. Walk in or bike in and then walk. Your best bet to find other hunters is to go a short distance or "all the way". Pick some thing in the middle is best.
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Old 10-01-2018, 12:24 PM   #268
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When you go to the orientation they can explain any questions you might have that nobody has answered on here, I've talked to a few different game wardens as well as the game managers and all are very polite and will help where they can. Just a heads up to the first time guys to laguna, we got drawn this year again except this time the wives got drawn with us so very much looking forward to this hunt! Archery Deer last weekend of Nov.!
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Old 10-02-2018, 11:26 AM   #269
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Okay, I have a question. If an animal is harvested that has the ticks affected with red tick fever, is that animal edible? I really have nit studied up on this.

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Old 10-02-2018, 11:40 AM   #270
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From what i've been told is the tick only affects the livestock and is not harmful to humans.
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Old 10-02-2018, 12:09 PM   #271
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Okay, I have a question. If an animal is harvested that has the ticks affected with red tick fever, is that animal edible? I really have nit studied up on this.

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The meat is fine but they won't let you have any of the hide, including the cape, until it has been frozen in their freezer for awhile.
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Old 10-02-2018, 12:20 PM   #272
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24 hours frozen i believe is what they told us last year..
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Old 10-02-2018, 12:58 PM   #273
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That's what I thought but I was hearing some different ideas. I figured if you could not eat it, they would not let the public hunt them.

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Old 10-08-2018, 03:55 PM   #274
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This will be our first time out there and looking for the best place to stay close to the refuge.... hotel?, RV?
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Old 10-08-2018, 03:59 PM   #275
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Adolph Thomae Jr County Park
It will be full of hunters mainly. Itís cheap, it has bathrooms, good fishing pier, etc. camper hookups available. Itís a bit of a drive but itís about as close as you can get.


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Old 10-08-2018, 06:15 PM   #276
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This will be our first time out there and looking for the best place to stay close to the refuge.... hotel?, RV?
Check on some motels/hotels in Port Isabel. About 20-25 minute drive from there.

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Old 10-08-2018, 09:00 PM   #277
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I stayed at the Casa Rosa Motel in Port Isabel last year. Worked out okay. Parking lot looked tight with all the big Bubba pickemup trucks, but didn't bump anybody. Does anybody know if the road repairs on Buena Vista Blvd are done? If it's opened back up will make the trip from Port Isabel a little easier. Watch your speed thru the little townships tho.
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Old 10-09-2018, 09:53 AM   #278
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Thanks will probably end up pulling the Rv down.

Is it worth trying to pack in a small 6-8' tripod? I will be on the rifle hunt. Think my best bet would be to setup on the edge of a clearing.

What about a cart to haul game out? I know the road will be fine but can you get a cart Off road, or would a drag/sled be better?

If anyone know of a nice spot to setup on a clearing for nilgai, send me a Pm...lol
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Old 10-09-2018, 11:22 AM   #279
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Thanks will probably end up pulling the Rv down.

Is it worth trying to pack in a small 6-8' tripod? I will be on the rifle hunt. Think my best bet would be to setup on the edge of a clearing.

What about a cart to haul game out? I know the road will be fine but can you get a cart Off road, or would a drag/sled be better?

If anyone know of a nice spot to setup on a clearing for nilgai, send me a Pm...lol
Honestly i wouldn't bother dragging abunch of stuff in there, its such a vast area to hunt and to get a tripod in there to make it useful away from other hunters, you would be dragging it in there for a lonngggg haul. plenty of places to hike in and set up in nice clearings. the less you bring in the easier your pack out will be. i see alot of people draggin in the game carts.
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Old 10-09-2018, 11:27 AM   #280
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Thanks will probably end up pulling the Rv down.

Is it worth trying to pack in a small 6-8' tripod? I will be on the rifle hunt. Think my best bet would be to setup on the edge of a clearing.

What about a cart to haul game out? I know the road will be fine but can you get a cart Off road, or would a drag/sled be better?

If anyone know of a nice spot to setup on a clearing for nilgai, send me a Pm...lol
I was in unit 1 a few weeks ago and the road was about 2' high in grass. I tried to walk around a clearing and it was difficult & adventurous at best. it is green down there and will be a hard hunt, least for the bowhunters.
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Old 10-11-2018, 06:51 AM   #281
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Thanks will probably end up pulling the Rv down. ...
Any recommendations other than the county park for RV camping?
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Any recommendations other than the county park for RV camping?


Port Isabel is covered up in RV parks and are a short :20 from the refuge. You might call the refuge or check their website for recommendations?


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Old 10-11-2018, 08:22 PM   #283
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There is a KOA at the Island.
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Old 10-12-2018, 05:31 PM   #284
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Has anyone that's hunted there before had any experience or issues bringing a non-hunting guest?

I've tried calling the office multiple times but have never reached anyone nor has anyone returned my messages. Just trying to get a little clarification.
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Old 10-12-2018, 05:40 PM   #285
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No you cannot bring a non hunter


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Old 10-12-2018, 07:29 PM   #286
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Has anyone that's hunted there before had any experience or issues bringing a non-hunting guest?

I've tried calling the office multiple times but have never reached anyone nor has anyone returned my messages. Just trying to get a little clarification.
For scouting the day before it's okay. Just not during hunting days.

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Old 10-12-2018, 10:34 PM   #287
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For scouting the day before it's okay. Just not during hunting days.

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Old 10-13-2018, 12:12 AM   #288
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I am up for hire for scouting days.

$10,000.00 per hour

1 hour minimum (That's all you'll need)
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Old 10-13-2018, 10:15 AM   #289
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if you have a pop up blind tucked into some brush, say at the edge of a clearing... will the nilgai avoid it like the plague, or ignore it ... or something in between.

I will bring a short tripod as well. I just didn't see many spots for a tripod where I was looking.
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Thanks for the info guys
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I am up for hire for scouting days.
$10,000.00 per hour
1 hour minimum (That's all you'll need)
That reminds me of an old story about a power plant having vibration issues with a generator. Called in an expert. He crawled around the generator for an hour, listening and feeling the housing. Pulled out a marker put an X and told them to remove one coil under that spot. The accounting dept balked at the $10,000 invoice for the task and asked for more detail. The expert send a revised invoice, Marking mark on housing $1, Knowing where to make the mark $9,999.

I hope you have good luck with your offer! I'd rather pay $10,000 (and have) for assistance in maybe getting a trophy on a more natural hunt, than pay that for a freak of nature trophy harvested on a game ranch.
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That reminds me of an old story about a power plant having vibration issues with a generator. Called in an expert. He crawled around the generator for an hour, listening and feeling the housing. Pulled out a marker put an X and told them to remove one coil under that spot. The accounting dept balked at the $10,000 invoice for the task and asked for more detail. The expert send a revised invoice, Marking mark on housing $1, Knowing where to make the mark $9,999.

I hope you have good luck with your offer! I'd rather pay $10,000 (and have) for assistance in maybe getting a trophy on a more natural hunt, than pay that for a freak of nature trophy harvested on a game ranch.
That's right. I'll never pay for a generically modified organism buck, probably conceived via artificial insemination, raised in high fence captivity and force fed an unnatrual diet. That's not hunting, thats just shooting a pet. May as well be a dog.

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For those of you that have not hunted the Atascosa before and are wondering how bad the mosquitos are down here. This is no exaggeration!! Actually they are bigger in person. LOL

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For those of you that have not hunted the Atascosa before and are wondering how bad the mosquitos are down here. This is no exaggeration!! Actually they are bigger in person. LOL

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Not even kidding at all. I spent the last 3 days on the El Sauz and I think I almost needed a blood transfusion from so many of them.
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yeah...I will be packing anti...everything. Ticks, chiggers, skeeters & anything else.

good reminder.
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yeah...I will be packing anti...everything. Ticks, chiggers, skeeters & anything else.

good reminder.


Growing up in the RGV I was always aware of these bloodsuckers. But this is next level - those rains and flooding created a mosquito Utopia. Holy smokes.


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That is a quarter under that mosquito.

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That is a quarter under that mosquito.

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Does the thermacell work down there?


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Iím guessing the mosquitos will be super thick. Work has a small place in Rio Hondo, and they have been getting rain every few days. In fact, they had around 5 inches last week. I think it is about 15 miles west of the headquarters.


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