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RPQRR Texas Quail Forecast #7599432 09/06/19 11:52 AM
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In case you haven't seen it yet. A little all over the board with differing reports from ranchers in the same county, which is probably because the broom weed (and now ragweed) is so thick. I have called a couple of ranchers in the Rolling Plains and they have said the same thing, seeing some, expected to see more based on May/early June rains, but its so thick you are not going to be able to get them to fly and show themselves easily.

https://mailchi.mp/ada3ce7599d9/rpqrf-e-quail-newsletter-september-2019-v11n9

Re: RPQRR Texas Quail Forecast [Re: danceswithquail] #7599969 09/06/19 11:29 PM
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Thanks a bunch for posting the letter. I forwarded it to several friends. Any idea when the official count comes out.


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Re: RPQRR Texas Quail Forecast [Re: danceswithquail] #7600381 09/07/19 03:10 PM
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So should be better than last year. Hopefully at least average.

Re: RPQRR Texas Quail Forecast [Re: danceswithquail] #7600654 09/07/19 08:28 PM
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The TP&W forecast is usually posted by Sept 10th give or take

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