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West Texas Crane #7399427 01/09/19 01:00 AM
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I went home to Big Spring to hunt crane with my old bud O’Brian. We were in the birds all weekend with easy limits. They were working our deeks perfect. Can’t wait to be back out the 18th for a long weekend of hunting.
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Re: West Texas Crane [Re: Revoman] #7399444 01/09/19 01:21 AM
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Very nice, congrats!


Re: West Texas Crane [Re: Revoman] #7399876 01/09/19 03:45 PM
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good work!

Re: West Texas Crane [Re: Revoman] #7404655 01/15/19 12:19 AM
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Went to Big Spring this weekend. Driving to the farm looked promising and then absolutely nothing 5 mikes down the road. It's so beautiful I almost forget to shoot when I see dove and the Sandhill have that way of calling and can't for the life of me find them in the sky. Nice to see you bag some.

Re: West Texas Crane [Re: Revoman] #7404816 01/15/19 02:56 AM
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my buddy went there last week with a guide a did super bad

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Good times!


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Congratulations, nice pictures.


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Re: West Texas Crane [Re: Revoman] #7405045 01/15/19 01:51 PM
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Outstanding!


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Re: West Texas Crane [Re: Revoman] #7405134 01/15/19 02:58 PM
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In your first pic, what kind of decoys are that, where it looks like they're feeding? Homemade?

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Those are painted goose shells that they cut strips out of a plastic barrel to make the head/neck section.

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Awesome!!




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Such a fun species to hunt. Great job

Re: West Texas Crane [Re: Revoman] #7430144 02/10/19 09:58 PM
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A lot of yummy goodness on the tailgate of that pickup.

Great Job!

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Originally Posted by Revoman
I went home to Big Spring to hunt crane with my old bud O’Brian. We were in the birds all weekend with easy limits. They were working our deeks perfect. Can’t wait to be back out the 18th for a long weekend of hunting.


I've never been crane hunting. Are they good to eat and do you treat them like Duck/geese?


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