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Too early opening day weather in Throckmorton? #7903158 07/16/20 09:31 PM
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I was there last year and it was HOT! The year prior was awesome, at 10 :00 am. It was misting and a cool, 70 degrees! Had great success on both outings.

Hopefully this year it will be in between. Farms almanac says high 80's.


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Re: Too early opening day weather in Throckmorton? [Re: Superduty] #7903483 07/17/20 01:53 AM
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One of my best hunts was in the rain. Everyone had left the fields after the morning shoot. It started raining lightly and was real foggy. I was about to leave when I saw birds flying in the rain and fog. Shot my limit that morning while everyone else was gone.


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Re: Too early opening day weather in Throckmorton? [Re: Superduty] #7903643 07/17/20 11:31 AM
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Any day in Throckmorton County is a good day!

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