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South Texas - How's it looking after all of this recent rain? #7324511 10/23/18 09:18 PM
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Are any of you south Texas folks noticing a change in expectations based on the effects of these recent rains?

Re: South Texas - How's it looking after all of this recent rain? [Re: TX_Birddog1L] #7325102 10/24/18 12:07 PM
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My buddy says their place in hebronville has good numbers

Re: South Texas - How's it looking after all of this recent rain? [Re: TX_Birddog1L] #7325181 10/24/18 01:17 PM
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Our numbers were down somewhat from last year on our Helo survey in early september, but we are seeing evidence of a late hatch since then. It's really hard to tell anything right now because all the pastures look like Augusta National. It's pretty hard to spot birds in waist high habitat. Overall, I think it will be a good year but it will come on late... maybe Jan-Feb.



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