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Texas guides - cinnys? #7004394
12/20/17 06:49 PM
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Anybody know any guides in any area of Texas that get on cinnamons regularly?

Or how far Iíd have to look to get on em?

Serious question donít make that face at me.

Re: Texas guides - cinnys? [Re: Eastxhuntr] #7004453
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There have been a lot killed in West Texas this year it seems.


Originally Posted By: garrett
I'm with GK because I like salty old dudes.
Re: Texas guides - cinnys? [Re: Eastxhuntr] #7004456
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Further west the more probable

Re: Texas guides - cinnys? [Re: Eastxhuntr] #7004469
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Kind of what I figured as well - have had a buddy or two knock one down out near Lubbock .

(Mid thread disclaimer - dream bird)

Re: Texas guides - cinnys? [Re: Eastxhuntr] #7004530
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Was a guy near Knott that outfits and seems to kill several

Re: Texas guides - cinnys? [Re: Eastxhuntr] #7004544
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Best bet is try to save up and book a trip to Mexico. I shot one both times I went to Mazatlan and you get some really beautiful blue wing and shovelers too.

Re: Texas guides - cinnys? [Re: Roc] #7004569
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Originally Posted By: Roc
Best bet is try to save up and book a trip to Mexico. I shot one both times I went to Mazatlan and you get some really beautiful blue wing and shovelers too.


Obviously there is plenty of better destinations for cinnamon teal but the OP's question was about Texas...


Originally Posted By: garrett
I'm with GK because I like salty old dudes.
Re: Texas guides - cinnys? [Re: john paul] #7004629
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Originally Posted By: john paul
Originally Posted By: Roc
Best bet is try to save up and book a trip to Mexico. I shot one both times I went to Mazatlan and you get some really beautiful blue wing and shovelers too.


Obviously there is plenty of better destinations for cinnamon teal but the OP's question was about Texas...


No doubt , but not opposed to hearing about other destinations as well, and Mexicoís pretty close . Ready to cover some ground to get one for sure.

Re: Texas guides - cinnys? [Re: Eastxhuntr] #7004635
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I've heard that a couple of the border lake (Texas Mexico) is good cinnamon teal hunting. Don't know if a guide runs down there or not.

Re: Texas guides - cinnys? [Re: Eastxhuntr] #7004793
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Originally Posted By: Eastxhuntr
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Originally Posted By: Roc
Best bet is try to save up and book a trip to Mexico. I shot one both times I went to Mazatlan and you get some really beautiful blue wing and shovelers too.


Obviously there is plenty of better destinations for cinnamon teal but the OP's question was about Texas...


No doubt , but not opposed to hearing about other destinations as well, and Mexicoís pretty close . Ready to cover some ground to get one for sure.


Go to New Mexico then, plenty out there.


Originally Posted By: garrett
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Originally Posted By: ducknbass
I've heard that a couple of the border lake (Texas Mexico) is good cinnamon teal hunting. Don't know if a guide runs down there or not.


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The border lakes might be your best bet, but you also stand the highest chance of never being seen again. Might check with some of the bass fishing guides down there and see if they can point you in the right direction.

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Stay in Texas you are fine.

Re: Texas guides - cinnys? [Re: Eastxhuntr] #7005872
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PM sent. I have some info for you I don't mind sharing.

Re: Texas guides - cinnys? [Re: Eastxhuntr] #7007119
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West Texas is the place to go. I sent you a PM


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Re: Texas guides - cinnys? [Re: Eastxhuntr] #7007153
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Lot of good info . Appreciate it y'all.

Re: Texas guides - cinnys? [Re: BOBO the Clown] #7007689
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Originally Posted By: BOBO the Clown
Further west the more probable


Yup... I hunted ducks and pheasant in Mexico, just south of Yuma, AZ when I was younger. They were everywhere...like mosquitoes. Farther east you get the harder itís gonna be. Pretty birds for sure

Re: Texas guides - cinnys? [Re: Eastxhuntr] #7008118
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I would be interested as well for a panhandle or southern hunt for some Cinnamon teal

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