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Any Sand Hill Crane hunters? #4871079 12/28/13 05:52 AM
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I have been crane hunting recently and was just wondering if there are any others out there? Also does anyone know if I can use an electronic caller like a Foxpro?

Re: Any Sand Hill Crane hunters? [Re: wackyman17] #4871156 12/28/13 12:22 PM
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Re: Any Sand Hill Crane hunters? [Re: wackyman17] #4871323 12/28/13 03:04 PM
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UNLAWFUL HUNTING METHODS
Any firearm other than a legal shotgun,
trap, snare, net, fishhook, poison, drug,
explosive or stupefying substance, live
birds as decoys, recorded or electronically
amplified bird calls or sounds, sinkbox
or by means of baiting or hunting over a
baited area


Re: Any Sand Hill Crane hunters? [Re: wackyman17] #4871946 12/28/13 10:57 PM
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Guess that answered his question. So where are you hunting at wacky?

Re: Any Sand Hill Crane hunters? [Re: wackyman17] #4872056 12/29/13 12:14 AM
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I've shot at several and killed a few. They are TOUGH. I have a mouth call and recently bought some decoys. I haven't had much opportunity to use them yet.

Re: Any Sand Hill Crane hunters? [Re: wackyman17] #4872133 12/29/13 12:53 AM
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Re: Any Sand Hill Crane hunters? [Re: jmscalf] #4872304 12/29/13 02:16 AM
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Guess that answered his question. So where are you hunting at wacky?


About 15 miles east of San Angelo.

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Don't use the e caller! I've got a mouth call and some decoys in San Angelo though.... up


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Re: Any Sand Hill Crane hunters? [Re: bobcatt] #4876658 12/31/13 02:57 AM
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Originally Posted By: bobcatt
Don't use the e caller! I've got a mouth call and some decoys in San Angelo though.... up


Where did you get your calls in San Angelo?

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