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Rolling Plains #6689067 02/27/17 08:57 PM
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If you were picking a specific area or county to lease for quail hunting with dogs, where would it be?
thanks.

Re: Rolling Plains [Re: quailg] #6689337 02/28/17 01:22 AM
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I'd try Aspermont again if I had the energy and dogs.


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Where do you live?

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Seems like Aspermont over to Big Spring was this years consistent 35 covey a day band, so carryover for 2017-18 campaign should be really good there.

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During the drought guides around there were giving there dogs away because there had been not birds or clients for several years.
Pretty amazing comeback.

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Originally Posted By: Mundo
During the drought guides around there were giving there dogs away because there had been not birds or clients for several years.
Pretty amazing comeback.


YEP. Got rid of the eyeworms and fire ants. roflmao


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Best area in the whole state.

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Scalebuster,
I live in Houston and have hunted several counties in S Tx and just a few in the Rolling Plains. Leases are cheaper and easier to find in the Rolling Plains and that is why I would to know what counties, on average, have the best hunting. If you could pick your area,as Mr Oxner did, where would it be? Thank you.

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It wasn't a bad trip. We hunted on week days. We could hunt an afternoon a full day the second day, and a morning. Our dogs were about done and we were home for dinner on the third day. One guy on our lease lived in Mississippi.


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We hunt Jones county around Noodle. Great Area. Fisher county is good also.

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Originally Posted By: bill oxner
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During the drought guides around there were giving there dogs away because there had been not birds or clients for several years.
Pretty amazing comeback.


YEP. Got rid of the eyeworms and fire ants. roflmao
roflmao roflmao Dang state biologist told me back in the 90's it was fire ants and I believed him.


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that has to have been amazing


hold on Newt, we got a runaway
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We have seen a huge increase in quail the population in Dickens county in the last 3 years. Hoping 2017 will be as good. Have maintained about 7 coveys of about 20 birds on my 160 acres.

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