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over 9.8" of rain in less than 48 hours at the ranch #6902095
09/28/17 03:43 PM
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I am glad that we planted oats two weekends ago! The Frio River came down and is running hard, that is nice. I heard Leakey got 7" so that means mucho water for a while. Unfortunately, I had to cancel a dove/hog hunt that I had lined up for some combat/wounded USMC veterans since we can't cross the river. Hard to be too upset over getting that much rain though!

Hope all you guys are getting some of this nice rain too.

Re: over 9.8" of rain in less than 48 hours at the ranch [Re: Frio County Hunts] #6902105
09/28/17 03:46 PM
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much better than being on the other side..no rain..


hold on Newt, we got a runaway
Re: over 9.8" of rain in less than 48 hours at the ranch [Re: Frio County Hunts] #6902214
09/28/17 05:01 PM
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Kilgore, Tx
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rain is good

Re: over 9.8" of rain in less than 48 hours at the ranch [Re: Frio County Hunts] #6902250
09/28/17 05:22 PM
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Place in Webb County is at 17"


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Re: over 9.8" of rain in less than 48 hours at the ranch [Re: Frio County Hunts] #6902306
09/28/17 06:04 PM
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Fort Worth TX
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Turtle Creek is creating the bank on my spot outside of Kerrville



Re: over 9.8" of rain in less than 48 hours at the ranch [Re: Frio County Hunts] #6902616
09/28/17 10:27 PM
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We were lucky our rains came down slow and soaked in, just what we needed.


Cruz it or lose it!
Re: over 9.8" of rain in less than 48 hours at the ranch [Re: Frio County Hunts] #6902670
09/28/17 11:31 PM
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Over yonder.....
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Over yonder.....
We just got a sprinkle....not even enough to keep the dust down since Harvey....send some our way....


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Re: over 9.8" of rain in less than 48 hours at the ranch [Re: Frio County Hunts] #6903131
09/29/17 01:29 PM
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My buddies west of Dilley had over 14". I have had just over an inch in Menard and two inches south of town. Rains fell very slow here so there was little runoff.
Adios,
Gary

Re: over 9.8" of rain in less than 48 hours at the ranch [Re: Frio County Hunts] #6903277
09/29/17 03:23 PM
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13" in NE Webb County Monday through yesterday. That puts us over 40" the last three years in a row.

Re: over 9.8" of rain in less than 48 hours at the ranch [Re: Frio County Hunts] #6903846
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5" at my buddy's place in Campwood


Re: over 9.8" of rain in less than 48 hours at the ranch [Re: TCB] #6903914
09/30/17 04:26 AM
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Mountain Home, Uvalde, and Big...
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Ten inches at zavala co. 2.5 slow inches here at mountain home and an inch at big lake. God is good!


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Re: over 9.8" of rain in less than 48 hours at the ranch [Re: Frio County Hunts] #6903986
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Praying it rained in Live Oak County

Re: over 9.8" of rain in less than 48 hours at the ranch [Re: HWY_MAN] #6904001
09/30/17 12:41 PM
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Originally Posted By: HWY_MAN
We were lucky our rains came down slow and soaked in, just what we needed.


Same here, but I only got less than 2", well enough to get the plots kicked of in good shape. Have a chance next mid week for more, so great timing on the plots if that comes through.


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