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#5765624 - 05/29/15 08:50 PM Llano County
CW Knight Offline
Light Foot

Registered: 01/23/13
Posts: 29
Loc: Forney, TX
Anyone know how much rain they got in Llano County?

#5765927 - 05/30/15 06:14 AM Re: Llano County [Re: CW Knight]
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Registered: 11/22/05
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Over the last week Llano has gotten anywhere from 12 to 6 inches depending on what part of the county you're in. I live on the Burnet/Llano county line and have received approx. 7 in of rain. I think every stream that can hold water, is. Western Llano has gotten a lot more rain though.

#5765944 - 05/30/15 06:30 AM Re: Llano County [Re: CW Knight]
majekman Online   content
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Registered: 10/17/09
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Loc: Tha Rock, Tex"
My cuz has a place near Cherry Springs. He has gotten like 9-11 inches. Said his ranch is an absolute jungle. Deer aren't hardly touching protein feeders. Way to much good natural stuff out there. He's looking for a very good year.

#5767002 - 05/30/15 09:54 PM Re: Llano County [Re: CW Knight]
CW Knight Offline
Light Foot

Registered: 01/23/13
Posts: 29
Loc: Forney, TX
Thanks. We are from the Dallas area. Land owner lives the San Antonio area and we didn't have any ideas as to how much rain everyone down that way had gotten. How do you guys feel this will effect the season?

#5767008 - 05/30/15 10:00 PM Re: Llano County [Re: CW Knight]
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Registered: 04/19/07
Posts: 40891
Loc: Metroplex
That country drains quick. It will be good for the deer.

#5767031 - 05/30/15 10:19 PM Re: Llano County [Re: CW Knight]
rattler03 Offline

Registered: 02/22/14
Posts: 640
Loc: Richardson - Archer County
deer will be in great shape, much better than recent years but it will probably be difficult hunting if the abundant native vegetation continues throughout the season. an early hard freeze could result in better hunting conditions and a bumper season, though.
Walk the night, travel light, cross the Rio Grande
Someone strums a mandolin, soft gulf breezes blow
My new life is waiting in old Mexico
-Robert Earl Keen

#5770249 - 06/02/15 09:38 AM Re: Llano County [Re: CW Knight]
Triplesnake Offline

Registered: 01/03/05
Posts: 590
Check out You can zoom in on your area of the county and select rain gauges from the menu on the left. Our area in the southern part of the county had received 8-10" in the last two weeks. The tanks are full and the creeks are running!


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