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#5524355 - 01/06/15 07:26 PM Lake Whitney
Kung Fu Widgeon Offline
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Registered: 08/11/12
Posts: 1374
Loc: Blooming Grove
Anybody hunt turkey at lake Whitney? I would like any pointers.

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#5525036 - 01/07/15 07:29 AM Re: Lake Whitney [Re: Kung Fu Widgeon]
trapperjustin Offline
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Registered: 08/28/10
Posts: 2653
Loc: Alvarado TX
Get there early last year there were alot of people hunting them.

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#5529783 - 01/09/15 09:18 AM Re: Lake Whitney [Re: Kung Fu Widgeon]
Tjack28 Offline
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Registered: 04/22/07
Posts: 681
Loc: Houston, TX
Never actually hunted at Whitney, but drove around to look at some areas while I was actually down for a hunt at Aquilla which is right down the road and still a part of the same COE land. I shot at and missed my first turkey at Aquilla probably about 15 years ago. Saw and heard quite a few birds out there back then, but a lot of times there was quite a few people Whenever I went on the weekend...I just started hunting during the week and didn't have that issue as much. Anyway that was years ago...no telling what it's like now as I haven't been there in nearly 10 years if not longer.
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#5590035 - 02/08/15 10:20 PM Re: Lake Whitney [Re: Kung Fu Widgeon]
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Registered: 08/27/12
Posts: 284
I hunted a private place about 5 miles from Whitney. Lots of birds early in the season, but they get pretty heavy pressure and start to disperse later in the spring.

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