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Has anyone duck hunted north Toledo bend? #7613369 09/23/19 12:16 AM
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If you have, can you PM me. Gotta question or two. Not looking for spots, just some access info.


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Re: Has anyone duck hunted north Toledo bend? [Re: KWood_TSU] #7613417 09/23/19 01:15 AM
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No, but since I have a place I hog hunt near Carthage I do hope to eventually get down towards TB to scout for access and areas to hunt on the farthest north hunting areas. When I do, I'll be happy to share with you via pm what I find.

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Originally Posted by Sniper John
No, but since I have a place I hog hunt near Carthage I do hope to eventually get down towards TB to scout for access and areas to hunt on the farthest north hunting areas. When I do, I'll be happy to share with you via pm what I find.


I found some woodies out there.

Jumped a hog too and found a hatchet. It was a sweaty 2 mile walk.


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Re: Has anyone duck hunted north Toledo bend? [Re: KWood_TSU] #7614067 09/23/19 07:47 PM
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Hunted it east of Hemphill many years ago while in college, lots of ducks and teal season was epic.

Re: Has anyone duck hunted north Toledo bend? [Re: KWood_TSU] #7614303 09/23/19 11:50 PM
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Talk to Jane Gallenbach at River Ridge Resort. She runs a fish camp with cabins that backs up to the Sabine. Husband Tom is a retired TPW Game Warden. If she asks tell her you got the contact from a friend of Larry from Allen. www.riverridgetx.com.

If you are into fishing the sand bass run this is the best place in the state when the river is running, with lots of state records. LOT's of really big catfish from here too
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Re: Has anyone duck hunted north Toledo bend? [Re: KWood_TSU] #7624814 10/05/19 09:02 PM
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Yep it's been a couple of years now,but I've Hunted it a good number of times what is it your wanting to know? confused2

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Do a search on this magazine's archives. I believe you can find some info on north and central toledo bend in regards to duck hunting.

https://www.louisianasportsman.com/


Unfortunately for me, my family's place is in the southern end and I've yet to see any decent number of waterfowl in that end.

Middle section some times can hold birds, so I've been told.

Funny. Folks in central texas all say the migration is moving more east. Folks in Louisiana say the migration is moving more west.

I say they are held up just below the freeze line on refuges that get planted to hold them in place. But that is an entire different discussion.


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Re: Has anyone duck hunted north Toledo bend? [Re: Team Hillbilly] #7628588 10/09/19 09:43 PM
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Originally Posted by Team Hillbilly
Yep it's been a couple of years now,but I've Hunted it a good number of times what is it your wanting to know? confused2


I had my question answered, I appreciate it though. I just need to go out there and spend more time and get some things figured out.


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Re: Has anyone duck hunted north Toledo bend? [Re: Hopedale] #7628594 10/09/19 09:47 PM
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Originally Posted by Hopedale
Do a search on this magazine's archives. I believe you can find some info on north and central toledo bend in regards to duck hunting.

https://www.louisianasportsman.com/


Unfortunately for me, my family's place is in the southern end and I've yet to see any decent number of waterfowl in that end.

Middle section some times can hold birds, so I've been told.

Funny. Folks in central texas all say the migration is moving more east. Folks in Louisiana say the migration is moving more west.

I say they are held up just below the freeze line on refuges that get planted to hold them in place. But that is an entire different discussion.


I'm gonna say you're right on the freeze line, Why waste energy going farther south if you don't need to. I do believe that the state line is right in the middle of the flyways and we don't get much. But then again, all it takes is 1 day and you have ducks.

Interesting thing I learned on a podcast. A migrating mallards avg. speed is 50 mph. If they get up and get a 50 mph tailwind, that's 100 mph. So a mallard, or any duck really, can migrate 800 miles in one day. Just something to always keep in mind.


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