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#5874662 - 08/12/15 12:09 AM Waterfowl Season Prep-Work coming along nicely!
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Over the last month plus we have really ramped up on our pond work to start getting everything ready for this upcoming waterfowl season. With our pond total just about doubling from last year, to say we have been super busy would be an understatement. For most of the spring we were worried that it was never going to stop raining for us to get started working on ponds and now we're having to flush ponds to get seed to take. It's definitely not the cheapest way, but we don't cut corners and want to make sure we have controlled everything we can to the best of our ability. Over the last couple of weeks we have been finishing pits, spraying, discing, planting and now flushing ponds and are just over halfway done. All our rice farmers are either harvesting or within 1-2 weeks from starting. As hectic as everything seemed 3-4 weeks ago, things are really starting to come together now and the game plan we had going into this year is really starting to take shape. All the hard work now will definitely be worth it once season arrives.

Below are a few pictures of the recent pond work we've been doing. You'll be hard pressed to find another group that works harder than we do to make it happen for our customers!





















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#5874663 - 08/12/15 12:10 AM Re: Waterfowl Season Prep-Work coming along nicely! [Re: Run-N-Gun Adventures]
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#5874664 - 08/12/15 12:11 AM Re: Waterfowl Season Prep-Work coming along nicely! [Re: Run-N-Gun Adventures]
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#5874665 - 08/12/15 12:11 AM Re: Waterfowl Season Prep-Work coming along nicely! [Re: Run-N-Gun Adventures]
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#5874666 - 08/12/15 12:12 AM Re: Waterfowl Season Prep-Work coming along nicely! [Re: Run-N-Gun Adventures]
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#5874685 - 08/12/15 05:28 AM Re: Waterfowl Season Prep-Work coming along nicely! [Re: Run-N-Gun Adventures]
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Very nice!
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#5875057 - 08/12/15 10:26 AM Re: Waterfowl Season Prep-Work coming along nicely! [Re: Run-N-Gun Adventures]
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Looks good! Where are all of your ponds at? I saw that yall aren't far from palacios I have family that run a bait stand there. How has the fishing been?

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#5875079 - 08/12/15 10:37 AM Re: Waterfowl Season Prep-Work coming along nicely! [Re: Run-N-Gun Adventures]
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So do y'all have levies or something built up around your fields? Do y'all just keep it flooded with a few inches of water during the season?
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#5875100 - 08/12/15 10:58 AM Re: Waterfowl Season Prep-Work coming along nicely! [Re: Run-N-Gun Adventures]
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Looks great!! I wish that I had access to that kind of equipment....especially the drill. But, broadcasting and lightly disking has worked for me just as well it just takes more seed. I know what you mean on the flushing and irrigating. It has been a pain for me this year, but it will be worth it September on. Watering does cost more. If you don't do it though and it doesn't rain, you just wasted a lot of time and money especially when you have 100+ acres planted. BradyBuck, being in the area that they are in, I would assume that they are planting in fields that were rice farms once upon a time. They have good levees, have been flattened and slightly graded from the looks of it. Nice job again RnG!

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#5875399 - 08/12/15 02:08 PM Re: Waterfowl Season Prep-Work coming along nicely! [Re: Run-N-Gun Adventures]
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Those open top tractors made lots of good cowboys
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#5875449 - 08/12/15 02:29 PM Re: Waterfowl Season Prep-Work coming along nicely! [Re: Run-N-Gun Adventures]
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Lol I thought you pulled that disc with that NH until I went back through the pics. I was thing damn he is hell in a tractor..


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#5875591 - 08/12/15 03:25 PM Re: Waterfowl Season Prep-Work coming along nicely! [Re: Run-N-Gun Adventures]
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#5876896 - 08/13/15 10:49 AM Re: Waterfowl Season Prep-Work coming along nicely! [Re: Run-N-Gun Adventures]
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That looks like Matagorda county.
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#5880802 - 08/16/15 09:31 AM Re: Waterfowl Season Prep-Work coming along nicely! [Re: grayfox14]
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We have ponds & property scattered from East Bernard to Kendleton to Matagorda to Palacios to El Campo and everywhere in between. The fishing has really turned on lately and become very consistent.
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#5880842 - 08/16/15 09:54 AM Re: Waterfowl Season Prep-Work coming along nicely! [Re: Run-N-Gun Adventures]
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All the ponds have some sort of levee around them. Some have the massive 3-4ft DU style levee and others are rice fields in rotation. The pictures that look like just big fields are 30-50 acre ponds and you just can't see the levee around the perimeter of it. We can hold 1-3ft of water on almost all our ponds. Most of them we'll have 18-24 inches on the low end and 6-8 inches on the high end.
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