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Mobeetie, Texas, Mother of the Panhandle #8583372 04/22/22 02:38 PM
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Yesterday we hunted near Mobeetie, Texas, "Mother of the Panhandle" before the heat and wind drove us back to Menard. We had a great time hunting with Pecos Hagler and Casey Carter. This was my first trip to Mobeetie as I knew there was a lot of history there. I must say that this area is some of the more beautiful country in the area and was no doubt why the early settlers light there.
Adios,
Gary

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Mobeetie is just 45 miles from me. Pretty country with lots of neat history. Friend of mine has a ranch there. Plenty of coyotes too. If you were going from Menard to Mobeetie and back I would assume you passed right in front of the shop where I am production manager. We are on 83, a mile south of Wellington.

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see any rattle snakes


hold on Newt, we got a runaway
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Originally Posted by colt45
see any rattle snakes

Yes. Killed one in a prairie dog town.
Adios,
Gary

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Re: Mobeetie, Texas, Mother of the Panhandle [Re: gary roberson] #8586861 04/27/22 11:18 PM
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Originally Posted by gary roberson
Originally Posted by colt45
see any rattle snakes

Yes. Killed one in a prairie dog town.
Adios,
Gary


Why did you kill it? Was it an immediate threat or just killed it because it was there….

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