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#921013 - 09/22/09 04:19 PM looking for a topo map of lake livingston
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Around lake Livingston from what i can tell there is nothing but houses so i was trying to see if anyone here knows were to find a map so i can get a idle on were to start any help you be great
James


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#921018 - 09/22/09 04:20 PM Re: looking for a topo map of lake livingston [Re: james77351]
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#921030 - 09/22/09 04:22 PM Re: looking for a topo map of lake livingston [Re: #Hayraker]
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harsh man harsh lol


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#921031 - 09/22/09 04:23 PM Re: looking for a topo map of lake livingston [Re: james77351]
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#921069 - 09/22/09 04:37 PM Re: looking for a topo map of lake livingston [Re: james77351]
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There is an area on Livingston called the jungle. It is very packed with trees and flooded timber. Been probably 15 years or more since I was down there and hunted it, but that would be a great place to scout. Will need a boat for sure though... and one that you don't mind if it gets banged up a little. up


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#921076 - 09/22/09 04:39 PM Re: looking for a topo map of lake livingston [Re: Greg]
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i have a 14 foot john boat with a short shaft 20hp it can get banged up its not going to matter its not going to hart it


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#921081 - 09/22/09 04:40 PM Re: looking for a topo map of lake livingston [Re: james77351]
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o and what part of the lake are we talking about i spend alot of time over around the island on the SE side


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#921097 - 09/22/09 04:46 PM Re: looking for a topo map of lake livingston [Re: james77351]
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James,
Really not going to matter. 15 years later things are sure to have drastically changed. Zoom in on some of those satellite maps. By using different ones you will get different pictures from different times of the year. It will give you a better idea of what the current conditions are. You will still have to go out and scout out for spots.


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#921118 - 09/22/09 04:52 PM Re: looking for a topo map of lake livingston [Re: Sniper John]
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im having a hard time understanding what im looking at. what im trying to do to start with is just find a place were there isnt as many houses if i could get away from them that would be a good place to start


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#921131 - 09/22/09 04:57 PM Re: looking for a topo map of lake livingston [Re: james77351]
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450 miles of shoreline, once you get out there and start looking at it, you will find some places eventually.
Sending you a pm with some information too sensitive to post on the open forum.
Good Luck.



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#921163 - 09/22/09 05:09 PM Re: looking for a topo map of lake livingston [Re: Sniper John]
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lol 450 miles man dose that just make it sound real bad that's alto of water to look at. I wish there was a way to show y'all what i am looking at i found some spots that look ok but not sure


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#921177 - 09/22/09 05:15 PM Re: looking for a topo map of lake livingston [Re: james77351]
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Best way is to head out there and see what you see. Look for empty shells and peoples blinds that they did not tear down. I do think they allow permanent blinds on that lake though... not real sure how all that works out.

Get out there and then post up where the ducks are when you find it. rofl


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#921233 - 09/22/09 05:41 PM Re: looking for a topo map of lake livingston [Re: Greg]
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dont worry i will come back and put the GPS of were and time of day i killed them and or found them lol


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#921389 - 09/22/09 06:58 PM Re: looking for a topo map of lake livingston [Re: james77351]
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I would say you can pretty well start north of 190, everything south is developed


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#921426 - 09/22/09 07:19 PM Re: looking for a topo map of lake livingston [Re: aghntr10]
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that's what im seeing from the maps going out Thursday and Friday drive around and look see what i cant see


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