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Old 01-20-2021, 07:56 PM   #501
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I've got a question that may sound kinda strange.....has anyone ever seen any Aoudad sheep at the W lake?
I saw a ram recently, and was pretty surprised.
I have not. But friend that fishes it all the time has seen some.

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Old 01-20-2021, 08:16 PM   #502
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Interesting. Wonder if it got loose from someone's game ranch. And I also wonder what ACE would think about hunting them on Corps land since Deer and pigs are the only big game animal listed to be taken. If it had a tag in it's ear, I'd let it walk. That is a sign of someone's livestock. It'd be no different than shooting someone's cattle on the place. Could mean big trouble if it has a tag. And I don't know to many people that would like to eat Aoudad anyway . On the other hand, they would robbing the local population of deer, of forage.
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I was surprised, to say the least. I was duck hunting, and the first glimpse I got of the ram, he was walking down the opposite shoreline about 300 yards or so away. I just thought it was a deer at first. Then it walked into the water and started swimming toward me. I decided I should get it on video, so I got my phone out. It swam across and walked right through my decoys and up on the shore, and was standing no more than 15 yards from me. I stood up so he would see me, and he immediately ran into the woods like a scalded dog.

I didn't realize that gadwall decoys would bring in an Aoudad, lol.
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Old 01-21-2021, 10:27 AM   #504
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Here's a pic. Not great quality, it's a screenshot of the video.

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Old 01-21-2021, 11:24 AM   #505
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Cool! Did you certify it as a ram? Nuts? Ewes have horns also. Ewe horns don't get as big as rams.

And I've got 3-4 doz gaddy dequees.

The fish are biting, and there's hogs to be kill-t. Gotta go!
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Old 01-21-2021, 12:49 PM   #506
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Old 01-21-2021, 04:39 PM   #507
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Cool! Did you certify it as a ram? Nuts? Ewes have horns also. Ewe horns don't get as big as rams.

And I've got 3-4 doz gaddy dequees.

The fish are biting, and there's hogs to be kill-t. Gotta go!

Hmm....that's a good question. I just assumed it was a ram, but I didn't see nuts. From looking at other aoudad pics online, I'm leaning toward it being a big ewe, or maybe a young-ish ram.

Be on the lookout next time you throw out your gaddy dekes
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Hmm....that's a good question. I just assumed it was a ram, but I didn't see nuts. From looking at other aoudad pics online, I'm leaning toward it being a big ewe, or maybe a young-ish ram.

Be on the lookout next time you throw out your gaddy dekes

That will prob be Saturday.


Wonder if I aughta take my 14' surf rod and try to hook one with a super top-water corn-on-da-cob lure with 15/0 hooks on . Bet it'd put up a heck of a fight!
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TG, tell us if he has nads.
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That will prob be Saturday.


Wonder if I aughta take my 14' surf rod and try to hook one with a super top-water corn-on-da-cob lure with 15/0 hooks on . Bet it'd put up a heck of a fight!
The fight really starts when you try to get it in the livewell.
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Old 01-24-2021, 10:54 AM   #512
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Lotta duck hunters at the ramp this morning. Had to to get in line to launch.

The fish are biting, and there's hogs to be kill-t. Gotta go!
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Lotta duck hunters at the ramp this morning. Had to to get in line to launch.

The fish are biting, and there's hogs to be kill-t. Gotta go!

We heard lots of shooting yesterday morning, some fairly close, some way in the distance. My wife and I had a great hunt at a walk-in spot we scouted the day before. 2-man limit of 10 GW Teal and 2 wood duck drakes, which were my first woodies ever.
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There were a lot of teal. I did have a flight of lpintails come in. And took 1. Having GPS maps on my Helix sure made getting to my pre determined spot a whole lot easier. I just followed the track I laid from visiting it before. It's not the best location. But didn't have to worry about other people.

That fog was thick!

The fish are biting, and there's hogs to be kill-t. Gotta go!
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Old 01-25-2021, 01:18 PM   #515
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There were a lot of teal. I did have a flight of lpintails come in. And took 1. Having GPS maps on my Helix sure made getting to my pre determined spot a whole lot easier. I just followed the track I laid from visiting it before. It's not the best location. But didn't have to worry about other people.

That fog was thick!

The fish are biting, and there's hogs to be kill-t. Gotta go!
It was serious fog for sure. And where we were, it got worse about an hour after legal. We suddenly realized that we could no longer see a treeline about 200 yards away, and it was visible just 15-20 min before.
Made for an exciting hunt, the birds would basically be on us before we knew they were coming.
I'm tired of getting up at 4am, but since it's the last week I want to get out a couple of more times.
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Old 01-25-2021, 06:55 PM   #516
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I get up at 4 for work. 3 to duck hunt.


One more weekend for me. Work through the week. And Saturday is not looking to good wind wise, for the boat. Hope Sunday is good. Then I take up hunting fish till May (crappie, sandies, or what ever.)


If it gets to windy for ya on the big water, head to the creeks. Birds will be flying up the creeks early looking for places to get out of the wind. Half doz dequees will do the trick. Or 3 or 4 magnums.
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Old 01-26-2021, 09:00 AM   #517
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TG, I agree about minimal decoys. We used 8 on Sunday, and might just go with 5 or 6 this weekend.

I'm looking forward to another hunt or two but not gonna lie, my mind is beginning to switch over to other things, like when will the sandies show up in the Nolan, etc.
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Old 01-26-2021, 05:43 PM   #518
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"if he has nads"? Well, if it's a "he", I hope so. But ya never know these days.
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Old 01-31-2021, 10:22 AM   #519
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So, my duck season closes today with them getting a free pass for the last day. I got to go 6 times this year. Already looking forward to next year.



Already got the blind put up. And boat rigged out for fish hunting (with a hook and line). Think I'm gonna use 30 0/6 hooks .
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Old 02-01-2021, 09:00 AM   #520
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Got a few duck hunts before the end of season and was finally able to harvest something from this land this season. Saw a few huge groups of GWT at shooting light but they were not interested in anything I was selling. Still managed to get a couple low-flying drakes both mornings.

Sunday morning I took my doggy, and she got he first retrieve! I could have just stopped hunting right then I was so proud! Dropped off the nicer of the 2 drakes to get mounted yesterday.

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Old 02-01-2021, 11:08 AM   #521
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I hunted solo mid-week twice. Shot 5 on Wed, gw teal and gaddies. Got shutout on Thur without firing a shot- tried a new spot that I hadn't scouted.

Hunted with my wife Sunday and we got 9- one pintail and the rest were gw teal. Could've had two limits but we passed on some teal early, hoping there would be more big ducks later. Did see a lot of big ducks but they were mostly up high and not interested in our little spread. Wind was pretty bad, I sure wouldn't have wanted to be in a boat.

Overall a good season, especially the last 2-3 weeks. A few limits, a few zeroes, and a few in-between. All my hunts were walk-in.

Ready for sand bass and stripers now!
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Old 02-01-2021, 11:33 PM   #522
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Got the get of of coronebola jail free card friday but with the deadline and two employees out no hunt for me. I'm not putting the boat up yet. Think I'll float some creeks for tree rats. Glad all had a good season. First skunked hunt in a long time and poorest season ever. Chalk it up to user error on the few ducks I did see. One bright spot. I managed to turn a high flying group of snows using my honker call. First time I've done that. It's still pig Killin time. February and March at least.
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Anyone know what the water temp is right now?
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Old 02-03-2021, 08:09 AM   #524
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Last week- Whitney
GOOD. Water lightly stained; 50 degrees; 2.26 low
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Anyone know what the water temp is right now?
I saw a post on the TFF that showed a few graph screenshots from a day or two ago, and the water temp was 52.4

I'm thinking about getting the boat out Friday and trying some deadsticking. Winds are supposed to be light, 5-10 mph out of the east, and a high of 62 degrees.
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Old 02-03-2021, 11:50 AM   #526
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We still have a couple of weeks then until the white bass starting showing up in the creeks then.
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We still have a couple of weeks then until the white bass starting showing up in the creeks then.
Sounds about right. I think I started catching them in the Nolan around the 3rd week of Feb last year.
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I saw some birds working a very shalla area just off the edge of the main channel Saturday evening, right at dark. Lots and lots of Turns hit-n the water in with a few gulls.


Just ordered a 12V 100Ah lithium for the Terrova. Had two low cells again on my old wet cell deep cycle battery. And they've been down a few times now. Think the chargers been boiling it out. It's going on 6 years now. So I don't expect it to make much more anyway . I'm surprised it's lasted this long. Going to top it off one more time and see if it works. Lithium battery should be here in about a week.
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I've been out of touch for awhile , my mom passed away on the 2nd and we are still waiting for the funeral. I will be out of touch for awhile but will be back.
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Sorry to hear that Storm. I went through the same thing in October. With the coronebola raging we couldn't have an out of town funeral. We'll have a memorial later this year. Thoughts and prayers for your and yours.
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Condolences to you Storm, sorry to hear about your loss. I lost my mom back in May, it was a rough time for sure.
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Jesse, we send our condolences.
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Does anyone do spring turkey hunting at lake A and W?
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Old 02-12-2021, 12:54 AM   #534
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Sorry to hear that Storm. Prayers for your family.
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My condolences to you and the fam storm.
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Old 02-14-2021, 07:39 PM   #536
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Hope everbody is stay-n warm. If anybody needs anything, they are welcome to post up, or send me a PM. (Except for fish-n and hunt-n spots. )
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Hope the power is staying on for everybody. Ours stayed on all night, but from what I'm reading online this morning there are lots of people that lost power.
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My power went out about 4AM. Thank goodness I have NG at the present. And plenty of propane if the NG goes out. My Dearborn will burn either one. For charging my cell, I use my car or one of my trucks. Also have a ZeroOne solar charger.

The fish are biting, and there's hogs to be kill-t. Gotta go!
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Our power is on 30 and off 30. Maddening. They let it on for an hour at supper time but other than that it's just enough to keep the pipes from freezing. Wife said this seals it. She s not living anywhere cold. Wish we had propane but we're all electric with an HOA. Bet those rules get changed pretty quick. I said let's go to Walmart to warm up but it's closed due to power outage. The archery center has heat. I don't mind shooting in the dark. Need the practice anyway. Thought about going out to chase rabbits. May do that Friday if we're not popsicles.
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My power just came back on at 2pm. Will see how long it lasts.

The fish are biting, and there's hogs to be kill-t. Gotta go!
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We finally lost power this morning, but it was only gone for an hour and a half. Can't believe how lucky we've been. As far as I know our water pipes are ok, but one burst at my Dad's house last night around 9pm. (he's 81) Quite a bit of water in a bathroom, two closets, and two bedrooms. Got it shut off as quick as I could.
Hope everyone is doing ok and staying warm.
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Next week, we will be wearing shorts and sun lotion on the boat in the afternoon.
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Next week, we will be wearing shorts and sun lotion on the boat in the afternoon.
Yes, and asking when the heat wave is gonna end.
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I wonder how much runoff the lakes will get with the snow and ice melt. They have been holding steady.
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We are finding dozens of frozen birds at our house, how many deer died with this cold you think? Anyone here have experience on how the hunting was any worse after the 1989 freeze?
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Deer will be fine as long as they have a food source, water, and deadfalls for shelter. Just look what they survive up in Canada. Even pigs have migrated their way up there. Back in '89, it was more about the deer surviving the poaching that was going on there. Deer hunting was limited to archery season only for the general public. Or a one week permit if you were drawn in the lottery for the general season. And you were only allowed to put in for two 1-week periods back then. There were only so many permits allowed per unit. And the poachers knew it. Nothing like today's population of hunters everywhere out there.
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Sorry to hear about your loss, Storm.

Lost my mom 51 years ago and I still miss her.

Hope everyone else is doing good.

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Sorry to hear about your loss, Storm.

Lost my mom 51 years ago and I still miss her.

Hope everyone else is doing good.

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Thank you very much Coop.
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