Archive for June 2011

Alligator Hunting!

Just a quick note on Alligator Hunting.  I just leased a new farm on the east side of Matagorda County. Therefore, I have 10 new tags for this year still remaining. If you ever wanted the thrill of an alligator on a line or if you wanted to sneak up on an alligator with a bow…

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Duck Food Planted..

Brown top Millett and Japans Millet has been sowed into the duck flats, flushed with water and ready to grow.  The ducks should love the buffet of food available this year with rice flats and millet flats and flooded grasses just full of invertebrates.  It is going to be a slammer of a duck season.…

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Swine Fun at Coastal Wings

Andy and Blake made a trip down to Bay City for some swine killing.  The hunt was filled with stories, some mosquitos, and two dead hogs.  Andy had the luck on his side.  His creek feeder was the hot spot that night with a family of hogs deciding to eat at the free buffet. Andy made two…

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Hog Hunting Continues……

As the temps continues to climb, so does the hog body count.  After a successful week last week with 4 hogs taken by 5 hunters in two days.  We began this week with high hopes.  The hog hunt last night was a little slow to say the least.  The feeders spun at appointed times(6 and…

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Teal Reports and Proposed Dates

A wet spring in the breeding grounds has caused the record books to fall again.  Just like in 2009, the largest blue-wing teal migration will follow a wet spring.  The projected migration for Blue-wing Teal will be 8.9 million birds, which has forced a 16 day teal season for the Texas Prairies.  Proposed dates for…

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