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#6686681 - 02/24/17 11:19 PM Bardwell in the morning
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Taking a rookie out in the morning for a spot and stalk at Bardwell, I have been seeing a lot of good activity now just got to find them.
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#6686828 - 02/25/17 09:40 AM Re: Bardwell in the morning [Re: texashunter900]
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Well, get after it and post some pics!
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#6686925 - 02/25/17 11:45 AM Re: Bardwell in the morning [Re: texashunter900]
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Lots of tracks and rooting, but no shots fired. Night hunting with thermal there would be much more productive.

New guy enjoyed himself.
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#6687578 - 02/26/17 11:08 AM Re: Bardwell in the morning [Re: texashunter900]
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Thats a fact, too bad they don't allow it. However pour a hundred pounds of corn out next to the thickest brush you can find and watch it early in the morning. Pour some used cooking oil over it.


Edited by rickt300 (02/26/17 11:11 AM)

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#6691553 - 03/01/17 01:14 PM Re: Bardwell in the morning [Re: rickt300]
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Loc: Houston, Texas
Originally Posted By: rickt300
Thats a fact, too bad they don't allow it. However pour a hundred pounds of corn out next to the thickest brush you can find and watch it early in the morning. Pour some used cooking oil over it.


They do not allow baiting at bardwell either but everyone does it.
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#6691555 - 03/01/17 01:15 PM Re: Bardwell in the morning [Re: texashunter900]
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Try the North end of the lake where the creek comes into the lake. Park at the end of coke road and walk North East to the creek and follow it north. A lot of them are up there. When I lived out there I killed several out there stalking them.
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#6691895 - 03/01/17 05:39 PM Re: Bardwell in the morning [Re: jtprocaddie]
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Originally Posted By: jtprocaddie
Try the North end of the lake where the creek comes into the lake. Park at the end of coke road and walk North East to the creek and follow it north. A lot of them are up there. When I lived out there I killed several out there stalking them.


Lots of tracks in that area, that is where we were at. There was also other people in that area that morning so I am sure they were hunkered down in the cedar bushes.
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#6691922 - 03/01/17 05:53 PM Re: Bardwell in the morning [Re: texashunter900]
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Originally Posted By: texashunter900
Originally Posted By: jtprocaddie
Try the North end of the lake where the creek comes into the lake. Park at the end of coke road and walk North East to the creek and follow it north. A lot of them are up there. When I lived out there I killed several out there stalking them.


Lots of tracks in that area, that is where we were at. There was also other people in that area that morning so I am sure they were hunkered down in the cedar bushes.
they like to hang out on the other side of the creek as well in that tall grass. Also the first entrance right at the coke road if you go down the trail to the right.. on the left of the trail towards the lake they used to bed in that area sometimes and could get them right at dark.
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#6691928 - 03/01/17 05:56 PM Re: Bardwell in the morning [Re: texashunter900]
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thanks for the info.
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#6692711 - 03/02/17 10:34 AM Re: Bardwell in the morning [Re: texashunter900]
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Most Corps of Engineers lakes allow baiting. I have only hunted Aquilla and Whitney which both allow the use of "hand" spread bait, no mechanical devices. I'll look up Bardwells rules.

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#6692721 - 03/02/17 10:43 AM Re: Bardwell in the morning [Re: texashunter900]
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There is no rule against baiting for hogs or deer that I could find but oddly Crossbows are banned as are muzzleloaders yet you can hunt hogs with a shotgun or regular archery.

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#6692740 - 03/02/17 10:55 AM Re: Bardwell in the morning [Re: rickt300]
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Originally Posted By: rickt300
Most Corps of Engineers lakes allow baiting. I have only hunted Aquilla and Whitney which both allow the use of "hand" spread bait, no mechanical devices. I'll look up Bardwells rules.


Ahh they changed it becuase 3 years ago when I hunted it they said no.
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#6693045 - 03/02/17 05:24 PM Re: Bardwell in the morning [Re: jtprocaddie]
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Originally Posted By: jtprocaddie
Originally Posted By: rickt300
Most Corps of Engineers lakes allow baiting. I have only hunted Aquilla and Whitney which both allow the use of "hand" spread bait, no mechanical devices. I'll look up Bardwells rules.


Ahh they changed it becuase 3 years ago when I hunted it they said no.


Same here. You may want to verify with the CoE office first.


Edited by IamMr2 (03/02/17 05:26 PM)

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#6709498 - 03/19/17 05:33 PM Re: Bardwell in the morning [Re: texashunter900]
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bunch of theives there..watch out

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